CBSE 2019 Results Date Rumors, Says by CBSE Officials

As soon as the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) result dates coming closer, rumours are also on the peak of its level. All the suppositions are meaningless because the board officials confirmed the declaration date of class 10th and class 12th results.

This year CBSE class 10th and class 12th exams have started in the month of February and ended in the Ist week of April. As per the latest updates, the result will be declared between May 8, 2019, and May 15, 2019.

However, CBSE chairman declared rumours of all the news regarding the result declaration date of class 10th and class 12th.

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CBSE officials requested all the media houses to stop circulating the rumours regarding the result date of class 10th and class 12th. As per the norms, the process of evaluation is still going on and it is too early to announce theclass 10th and class 12th result date. That’s why CBSE official strictly directed not to talk with the media until all the process is completed.

As per the latest news, the date of declaration of result will be disclosed to media just one day before the declaration of results. The probable date is 3rd week of May (May 12, 2019, to May 17, 2019) for declaration of results.

For any information about announcements regarding the results or related to CBSE, students need to check the CBSE official website cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in once declared. Prior, all know CBSE secretary Anurag Tripathi also confirming that the results will be declared between 13th May 2019 and 7th May 2019.

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According to the CBSE notification, this year the board has also given instructions to the teachers to prioritize the correct, creative and relevant answers. Also, the marking scheme for paper correction is prepared for the evaluators which have given priority to creative, correct and relevant answers given by students than the ones mentioned in the marking scheme.

Earlier, the board has introduced the apps in order to maintain the security of the exams. The exam centre locator (ECL) app and the podcast app CBSE Shiksha Vani has been developed for the ease of examinees to locate the centres and monitor the evaluation process respectively.

Almost 31 lakhs candidates appeared this year for class 10th and class 12th CBSE board examination that was held on 4th April 2019. As per the records, a total of 18.1 lakh male and 12.9 lakh female students appeared for the CBSE examination this year.

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