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This is how CBSE students can get their board mark sheet without going their school

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 11 July 2020, 15:51 IST

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to release the results of Class 10th and Class 12th board exam this week. Earlier, CBSE had informed the Supreme Court of India that the result for both classes is expected to be released by July 15, 2020.

Therefore, candidates who appeared for the CBSE high school and intermediate board examination can check their results once the result gets announced.

After the result declared by the Board, students need their mark sheet which they can avail without going to their schools.

Know how to get your board mark sheet amid COVID-19:

Once CBSE released the board results candidates can download their digital marksheet online. The marksheet can be downloaded through various digital platforms including DigiLocker and UMANG app.

How to download via DigiLocker:

After the result declaration, CBSE will provide digital documents of class 10th and 12th like marksheets, pass certificate and migration certificate through ‘Parinam Manjusha’, which is integrated with DigiLocker at digilocker.gov.in. To access the result, students will get their DigiLocker account credentials via SMS on their registered mobile number with CBSE.

DigiLocker is a flagship initiative that was started by the Ministry of Electronics and IT under the Digital India programme. It aims at ‘Digital Empowerment’ of the citizens by providing access to authentic digital documents to citizen’s digital document wallet.

Now, board students can also download the app from Google Play Store and get their board exam documents by sitting at their home.


By downloading the UMANG app, students can view and download their documents on their android, iOS and Window Based Smart Phones.

UMANG or Unified Mobile Application was developed by the ministry of electronics and IT, Government of India. This app was designed for citizens of India to offer them access to the pan-India e-Gov services from Central, State, Local Bodies, and Agencies of government on app, SMS, IVR channels, and web.

Earlier, CBSE had cancelled its class 10th pending examination while considered class 12th remaining exam is optional. Candidates who want to appear for their CBSE Class 12th pending board exam will be held after the current situation becomes normal.

Also Read: CBSE important notice on Class 10th, 12th board exam result date; read details

First published: 11 July 2020, 15:51 IST