The result related updates will be available at the official portal of the Board at cbse.nic.in.
As another option, students can go to bing.com for the CBSE result.
Though varying result related dates can be seen regarding the CBSE results, students should rely on the official website only. Results will be available at the official exam result portal cbseresults.nic.in. Alternatively students can also check it at results.nic.in or results.gov.in.
The Board will be announcing the result with the help of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. Though every attempt will be taken by the Board to ensure that students get to see their performance in time; however large number of logins at a time may slow down the website for a while. Students and parents are advised not to panic in such cases and retry a bit later.
Candidates should have their roll number, date of birth and name (as mentioned in the board admit card) for accessing the result. These are the usual login credentials for retrieving exam results.
Apart from the links mentioned above, CBSE board results are also hosted by third party result portals like indiaresults.com.
Immediately after downloading the result, candidates can keep a copy of it for reference purpose only till official documents are issued by the Board. 'The results published on net are for immediate information to the examinees,' says the NIC website.
Students are also suggested to go through the entries made in the result form. Issues related to name or roll number should be immediately reported to the Board.
Amidst the excitement, anxiety has crept in because of the 'no moderation policy' adopted by CBSE. No mark moderation policy has kept everyone waiting eagerly to see how 'badly' their marks have been affected. Moreover with the release of the CBSE results, the fate of all those students will be decided who are yet to apply for undergraduate courses; cut offs being the main deciding factor.
In a recent PTI report, 'The Delhi High Court termed the CBSE's decision to scrap its 'moderation policy' as "unfair and irresponsible". Under which grace marks are given to students in exams for difficult questions and asked why it cannot be implemented from next year.'
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About CBSE Board Exams: CBSE board exams began on 9 March 2017. With approximately 20 lakh students at a time appearing for Class 10th and 12th exam, the board had taken every measure to conduct it smoothly. The examinations were held at 27041 centres across the nation. While 886506 candidates had appeared for the CBSE 10th exam, 1098981 students appeared for the 12th board exam.
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