CBSE Results: CBSE 12th Class Results Declared on 2nd May

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CBSE Board Class 10th, 12th Results: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results of Class 12th on 2nd May. Students who were waiting for the results very anxiously can feel relax their mind now. Go and check your results on the official websites of CBSE. Before you check your result read a few important things below.

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CBSE Results 2019 Declared


As you know that CBSE releases the Board Exam results in the last week of May but it's out in the first week of May this time. The board planned to release the results earlier than previous years this time. The decision is a consequence of the Delhi High Court order. The Court ordered that the board should release the results keeping in mind the schedule for under graduate (UG) admission at Delhi University.



CBSE announced 12th Class Results

The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced class 12th results today (2nd May). The evaluation process of the Class 12 examination was completed first and declared the results on 2nd May. According to the sources, the evaluation of the Class 10 examination almost completed and results will be announced on 5th May said the CBSE officials.


CBSE Board students can check their results through the official websites — cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in by filling their Roll number, School number, Centre number and Admit Card ID.


As for passing criteria, for CBSE Class 10th and 12th board examination, studentss are required to score a minimum of 33% marks in practical and theory. According to the board,10th class students are required to score a total of 33% marks in theory and practical (internal assessment) combined. This change was introduced by the board as a one-time exemption in the the passing criteria for class 10. After due deliberation and recommendations from various stakeholders, the board decided to make it permanent for class 10th.



The CBSE board took some steps to encourage students to have a better conceptual understanding and to overcome issues related to rote-learning and rote-evaluation of the examination.



This year, over 31 lakh candidates appeared for board examination with 18.1 lakh male candidates and 12.9 lakh female candidates.


If you wish to share your result with us you can comment below. I hope you will get good marks, if you worked hard for the exams.

   Best of Luck
    (Arif Khan)

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