CGBSE Results 2020: Latest update on Chhattisgarh board results!

Previously, the CGBSE Results 2020 was expected to be declared on June 18. However, the process has been delayed amid a coronavirus pandemic.

CGBSE 10th Result 2020 | CGBSE 12th Result 2020

CGBSE Results 2020 for Classes 10 and 12: The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) is likely to declare the results for Classes 10 and 12, The Indian Express reported. However, according to some media reports, the result will also not be released today.

CGBSE Results 2020 for class 10

IE’s report citing CGBSE officials highlighted that the Chhattisgarh Board had planned to declare the CGBSE Results 2020 for class 10 after June 20. That said, there has been no statement of the date the results can be announced. Therefore, students who took the CGBSE exams can expect their results anytime next week.

CGBSE 2020 Result Date

Previously, the CGBSE Results 2020 was expected to be declared on June 18. However, the process was delayed amid a coronavirus pandemic. A notice issued by the CGBSE, the board, is currently documenting while the evaluation is complete.

Notably, there are 3.84 lakh candidates who appeared for the CGBSE exams. The CGBSE Results 2020 for class 10 will be based on the internal evaluation of some documents. While the tests started on March 3, some were not conducted due to an increase in coronavirus cases in India and a national blockade following it. This led to the decision to award grades to pending exams based on an internal evaluation.

Students can visit the official CGBSE website: cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in to verify their results. While visiting the website, students can select the result option available for Class 10 and Class 12 separately. All they need to put the roll number and a verification code to verify the results. We will update the result on our ‘Sarkari Result‘ page, and as soon as the results are declared, it will be available on Perfect Naukri.

Meanwhile, pending exams for schools had been canceled. According to the state government, students in the last university year must sit for the exam. All the remaining university students (first and second year) will be promoted based on an internal evaluation.