Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will set a precent. The board will be declairing class 10th results of Delhi Region on May 20,2014 by 4 PM approximately. CBSE 10th Results 2014 will be update soon on its official portal @ www.cbse.nic.in or click here to check result.


The results can also be known through IVRS or via SMS by sending SMS with their roll number to 57766 (for BSNL), 58888111 (for Tata Docomo), 58888111 (for Aircel and other numbers), the officials said.

CBSE's marking scheme has witnessed a change in the last five years. It has introduced grading system instead of the traditional marking system in order to check suicidal deaths and depression among students. Under the new Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) system, students will be assigned grades instead of marks. The Board claims that the CCE helps in reducing stress of students by - identifying learning progress of students at regular time intervals on small portions of content.

The students are eagerly waiting for the declaration of the results. The board has carried several initiatives to counsel the students. It is running several stress buster programmes on its website too. For those who have failed to secure passing marks or want to improve their grades need not worry. The can reappear for compartment or improvement examination. From this year, the number of attempts for Improvement of Performance for Class X is one. The number of chances for Compartment for Class XII is three. According to the CBSE, the candidates can appear for the Improvement of Performance attempt in July as per the option exercised for the main examination held in March the same year.

However, for candidates who have appeared for the 2012 examination or before and placed in the category COMPARTMENT/ELIGIBLE FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PERFORMANCE shall get upto five chances.

This year, the board has also introduced facilities to schools to generate online Roll Number wise List of Candidates appearing in Class X and XII examination 2014.

Jagran Post wishes the students "All the Best".