According to recent news, Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education RBSE Class 10 results 2020 can be seen on RBSE’s official website rajresults.nic.in and rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in in a few days.
The Class 10 examination of the Rajasthan Board was scheduled to be held from March 20 to 24, but due to the COVID 19 disease, this examination was canceled and due to the spread of this disease in the whole country was lockdown.
People were asked to stay in the house and follow Lockdown, Our dear Prime Minister Narendra Modi Due said due to illness all the school colleges were also closed and in the meantime, the examination of the students of class X was canceled after that as soon as when we got some relief from COVID19 disease, the examination was reschedule held between 29 to 30 June. 47 Chinese apps banned by Modi Government
The RBSE Board had before proclaimed class 12 outcomes with Arts stream result being announced on July 21.
How to check RBSE Class 10 Results 2020 online
You can easily check Rajasthan Board 10th Class results online, all you have to do is follow the instructions given below:
- Firstly you just need to go RBSE official website.
- Here you will see the link for 10 class result 2020, just click on that link.
- After this, they will ask for your roll number and other details, just fill all the information correctly.
- Within a few seconds, you will get the result on your screen
- Now you can see your result and print it out
Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara’s official may be prompted to keep an eye on the Twitter handle as he is likely going to make an official announcement on the occasion that Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE), Ajmer, Class X Board Result Likely to declare.
10 lakh students had given the examination of class X, If you have to face the problem of the server while checking the results, then you can also check through SMS. For that you have to type a text message SMS: Type – RESULT (space) RAJ10A (space) ROLL NUMBER – and send it to 56263.
It is necessary to take at least 33% marks in all subjects for all children to pass.