New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Months after conducting the exams, the Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education or the "CGBSE" on Tuesday declared the board examination results of class 10th and class 12th. The class 10th and class 12th board examination results were declared by the board at its official website -- -- at 11 am.  

The Chhattisgarh Board had delayed the examination results after the government imposed a coronavirus-induced lockdown. The board later cancelled the remaining exams of class 10th and class 12th and said that students will be promoted on the basis of the internal assessement. 

The scorecard will include your name, roll number, parents' name, subject wise marks, and other details. In case of any mistake, contact the school authorities for rectification. The results have been delayed due to coronavirus-mandated lockdown in the country. According to media reports the result process is in the final stage and will be declared by the CGBSE anytime in the coming days. 

Steps to check your CGBSE Class 10 Result:

Step 1: Visit the official website of CGBSE

Step 2: Click on Class 10th or 12th result link on the homepage

Step 3: Enter your credentials and click on submit

Step 4: The result will be displayed on your screen

Step 5: Take a print out for future reference

How to file for recounting or revaluation process for CGBSE Results 2020:

Step 1) For this, the students will have to visit the official Chhattisgarh Board website at

Step 2) Now the students would need to click on the link that reads "CGBSE 10 or 12 revaluations form"

Step 3) Following this, the students will have to fill the application form and submit the fee

Step 4) After doing this, the students are required to save the form and submit it 

CGBSE Class 10th, 12th Result 2020 Toppers List:

The Chhattisgarh Board has said that the overall passing percentage this time for class 10th is 73.62 per cent while the overall passing percentage for class 12th is 78.59 per cent. Tikesh Vaishnav has topped the class 12th board exam with 97.80 per cent marks. Tikesh is followed by Shriya Agarwal and Tanu Yadav with 97 per cent and 96.60 per cent marks respectively.

A total of 6.29 lakh students had appeared in board exam this year. While 3.54 appeared in Class 10 exam, while 2.75 lakh had appeared in Class 12. Last year, 68.2 per cent of students had passed in Class 10, while 78.43 per cent students had cleared the Class 12 exam.

The result will help Class 10 students make decisions regarding their HSC stream-- arts, science or commerce. You need to score 85-90 per cent to be able to enrol yourself in prestigious schools and colleges across India

Meanwhile, HSC students are busy with preparations for NEET and JEE exams that will be held in the second last and last week of July. JEE Advanced will be conducted on August 23. While NEET is conducted for admissions to medical colleges, JEE is held for admissions to engineering courses.

The admissions for the class 12th and Undergraduate (UG) courses are scheduled to start in August and the new academic year will likely to commence in September. The results of class 10th and class 12 board exams have been delayed due to the coronavirus-mandated lockdown imposed in the country to conatin the spread of the virus.

Posted By: James Kuanal