Class 12 and Class 10 Board Exam results 2018

Its expected that CBSE will release the results for class 10and class 12 board exams by end of next week. The results will be declared by many mediums so that students across the country don’t face any issues regarding accessibility to results due to sudden pressure on CBSE results website like previous years.

The Central Board of Secondary Education's CBSE Class 12th result 2018 and CBSE Class 10th Result 2018 will also be available on many government websites like cbse.examresults.net, cbseresults.nic.in and on results.gov.in.

Following are the other modes through which the students will be able to access the results:

a)) Google: Google has partnered with CBSE to display the results this year. On google home page a link to class 12 and class 10 results will be displayed as soon as CBSE declares the results. When you will click on the link it will open a form on google search page itself in which details like date of birth and roll number will have to  be entered which will display the results.

b) IVR: CBSE will also launch IVR facility, numbers will be announced soon. The students can dial on the IVR and enter their details to listen to the marks.

c) SMS: SMS with roll number and DOB will have to be sent and you will get marks on your mobile.

d) From schools: Contact your school, they will receive a copy of results. The results are pasted on the notice boards and can be accessed by students.

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