Latest Updates about CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results Date and Time

Latest Updates about CBSE 10th, 12th Result Date and Time

The CBSE has announced the result of class 10th on August 03 2021. Earlier, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had decided to declare the result up to July 20. However, the board has asked some schools to revise the marks of students after submission causing further delay in the announcement of the CBSE class 10th, 12th results. Schools are given the deadline of July 25. If any school fails in completing the moderation process of marks by July 25, then their results will be declared separately. However, CBSE has released class 12 results on its official website on 30 July 2021 at 2 pm and now class 10th results have also been declared. The board has released the results of class 10th on many platforms like official websites, UMANG website and app, and DigiLocker. It is the first time when CBSE will declare the result without conducting the examination.

The board had earlier cancelled the final exams of classes 10 and 12 for the year 2021 due to the unfavorable condition caused by the outbreak of pandemics. As a result of the Covid situation, for the second year in a row, CBSE will not publish the merit list of class 10th and 12th students. CBSE has taken this decision because of the current pandemic situation and the changes made in the evaluation criteria. Moreover, the ICSE and ISC have released the results of both the classes 10th and 12th on the 24th of July.

How to Check CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results 2021:

How to Check CBSE 10 Results 2021:

Step 1: Visit the official website of CBSE-cbse.nic.in.

Step 2: Navigate the Result tab and click on it.

Step 3: Then you will be directed to a new page i.e., CBSE Exam Results – For class X or XII results.

Step 4: Students will have to open any one link and then have to enter their details like roll number and school number.

Step 5: Click on the submit option.

Step 6: Your CBSE Class 10th, 12th results will appear on the screen.

Step 7: Download the result and also take a printout for the same for future use.

Steps to Check CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results 2021 at DigiLocker Website:

Steps to Check CBSE 10th Result 2021 at DigiLocker Website:

Once declared, students can easily check their CBSE class 10th, 12th results 2021 from different portals. Apart from the official CBSE website, students can also check the result from DigiLocker app or website. The given below are the following steps to check CBSE class 10th, 12 result 2021-

Step 1: Go to digilocker.gov.in. website or app.

Step 2: Go to the education section and click on Central Board Of Secondary Education link.

Step 3: Then click on class 10th or 12 passing certificate or class 10th or 12 marksheet option.

Step 4: Enter the mobile number that you have registered with CBSE to log in.

Step 5: After Logging in, you can see your class CBSE 10th or 12th result and download it for future reference.

CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results 2021 via Calling and SMS

This year the CBSE class 10th, 12th results 2021 will be also available through SMS. The board will send the result on the mobile numbers registered with CBSE. Moreover, if a student has any kind of doubt related to the result, he/she can cross-check their result from the official website. Candidates have to follow the instruction given below to check the results via SMS-

Step 1: Students have to type < CBSE12 > Space < Roll no. > Space < Admit Card ID > or for class 10th they have to type < CBSE10 > Space < Roll no. > Space < Admit Card ID >

Step 2: They have to send it on the number 7738299899 to get the result via SMS

This year, CBSE has also provided a special facility of calling to check results i.e. Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS). Instead of checking CBSE class 10th, 12th results on websites, students can also check the result through calling. Candidates can call on the IVRS numbers provided by the board to know their results.

Different Platforms to Check CBSE Class 10th, 12th Results 2021

Students can easily check their CBSE class 10th, 12th results 2021 from different platforms. Here is the list of official websites from where a student can check the CBSE class 10th, 12th results.

  1. cbse.nic.in
  2. cbse.gov.in
  3. cbseresults.nic.in
  4. results.nic.in
  5. cbseacademic.nic.in
  6. results.gov.in

CBSE Decision on Class 10th and 12th Private Students

The Central board has decided to hold the results of private students for classes 10 and 12. The board will conduct the offline exam for the private category students from August 16 to September 15. Explaining its decision, CBSE stated that due to a lack of data and records, alternate assessments cannot be conducted for such students. Therefore, the board will conduct the exams of all CBSE private candidates. The results for the same will be declared soon after the commencement of the exam. The board will further update the students about the exams by issuing a notice on its official website.

After hearing this news, private students are dissatisfied with the decision taken by the CBSE. They are demanding that if exams of regular students have got cancelled then why the board is not making the same decision for them. Private students declared this decision of CBSE a biased one. To oppose the decision, a protest is planned outside CBSE headquarters in Delhi. Students are also showing their dissatisfaction by tweeting on social media. Around 22,000 students across the country have been registered under the private category. The private students are demanding that they should be evaluated using alternative criteria on a par with regular students.

ICSE Class 10th and 12th Results Updates

The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) and Indian School Certificate has released class 10 and 12 results respectively on 24 July. The declaration of ICSE results is confirmed by the Chief Executive Secretary of CISCE. Students can check their scorecards from the official website of the board from 3 pm onwards. The CISCE informed that this year, a recheck of answer sheets will not be applicable as candidates have been awarded imputed marks.

Once declared, students can download their results by checking the official website- cisce.org. According to an official statement, schools can access their students’ results on the Careers portal of the council by using the principal’s ID and password. Students can also check their results through SMS. They have to follow the similar pattern of CBSE to get ICSE result 2021 or Class 10 result via SMS. Students have to type ICSE <space> seven-digit unique ID or type ISC <space> seven-digit unique ID and send it to 09248082883. In case of any objection raised by students regarding the computation of marks, they need to submit a written application to their respective schools. Then after reviewing the application the schools will forward it to the board along with the documents supporting the claims.

Conclusion

The CBSE result declaration will make some students happy and some sad. But, the decision of holding the result of private students is making students upset. CBSE private students are accusing CBSE that they are being treated indifferently. The delay in the result declaration of private students arises a concern related to admission for higher studies. By the time, the Board will declare the results, private students would miss the admission deadlines across colleges and universities.

Results not only represent the scores of students but also act as proof of eligibility for other exams and courses. The competitive exams like CLAT, NEET-UG, JEE Mains, etc. are on the way, which requires marks of qualifying exams. The predicted third wave is also hovering around, so might need to reconsider its decision of conducting offline exams for private students.

Considering all these issues in view, CBSE private students are now demanding the intervention of the Education Minister to take the decision of cancellation of exams in his hands. However, the Controller of Examinations, CBSE, has earlier told that the exams would be conducted in a synchronized manner and that students would not miss out on the university admission process.

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