CBSE Board 12th Class Result – The Central Board of Secondary Education was likely to declare CBSE 12th result by the first week of May 2020 earlier. But due to the spread of Novel Corona Virus, the government has postponed the ongoing CBSE class 12th exams till further notice. Hence, the result of CBSE Class 12th is also expected to be delayed by two to three months. As per the latest announcement, the remaining CBSE Class 12th board examination of some crucial subjects, which were expected to be held from 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 have been cancelled in view of increasing COVID-19 cases. On June 25, 2020, the Centre and CBSE Board informed the Supreme Court (SC) about this decision. The Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told SC that a scheme has been formulated to assess the performance of Class 12 students on the basis of their performance in last examination. “The students will have the liberty to opt either for the examinations to be conducted later, or go with the assessment process based on past performance.”, he added. It is recommended for the students to bookmark this page to catch all the latest updates regarding CBSE Board 12th class result 2020.
Students will be able to check their CBSE Board 12th class result 2020 through various platforms provided by the board. In order to check the result on the official website i.e. cbseresults.nic.in, a student must have credentials such as roll number and date of birth along with their school number and centre code. The result will have the subject-wise marks and grades obtained by the students. Students must collect the original mark sheets from their respective schools after a few days of the result declaration. To get complete and detailed information of CBSE Board 12th class result 2020, go through the article below.
The dates regarding CBSE Board 12th class result 2020 and other details such as re-evaluation and compartment examination are of importance to the students. Here, we have provided a schedule that can help in getting acquainted with the important dates.
|Date of Exam||From 1st July 2020 to 15th July 2020 (Cancelled)|
|CBSE Board 12th Class Result||13th July 2020 (Announced)|
|Result verification||Second week of May, 2020 (Not confirmed)*|
|Application for Re-evaluation||Last week of May. 2020 (Not confirmed)*|
|Compartment Exam||Second week of July, 2020 (Not confirmed)*|
*The CBSE will announce the new dates once the lockdown period gets over after assessing the situation.
CBSE grants subject-wise marks as well as grades in the result of 12th class. The grades help in calculating the CGPA score while the percentage can be calculated with the help of total aggregate marks. Let’s solve the mathematics behind CBSE grading system with the help of below table:
In order to calculate the CGPA score, a student needs to:
*Once the CGPA is calculated, the student can calculate the percentage also by multiplying the CGPA by 9.5.
Students are provided with more than one platform to check their CBSE Board 12th class result. With a large number of students taking the examination, platforms such as IVRS, SMS facilities, Digilocker, etc. are provided. Students and parents need to know how to access these facilities on time. Here are the well-defined steps to the check results of CBSE 12th class.
The official websites of CBSE Board accessible to check results are www.cbse.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in, and www.results.gov.in. Once students are on the result page of this website, they need to enter the CBSE admit card number, roll number, date of birth, centre number and school number (as given on admit card). On submitting the details the result will be available on the screen. It is further suggested to download your result and take printouts for future use. Recommended browsers to open official websites are:
CBSE board 12th class result is now officially powered by Google. Students can check their result directly on Google following the below steps:
Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) is a much easier facility provided to students. A student can use the IVRS call that will be chargeable at 30 paise per minute for one roll number. The IVRS numbers are as following:
The other method which can be used easily is getting the result through SMS facility. The steps to get your result just by sending an SMS are listed below:
Students can also access the Microsoft-powered SMS Organizer to check their result of CBSE class 12th. The result will populate the inbox of SMS Organizer and students can access their result without using the internet. This app is available for Android as well as iPhone users. Below the step-wise procedure to use CBSE board class 12th result is explained:
CBSE will send the digital marksheets of the students to their DigiLocker. Students will receive the login credentials to access their DigiLocker via SMS and email on their registered mobile numbers and email IDs.
Every student should check the details mentioned on their result. The result of CBSE class 12th is an important part of a student’s life and career. Therefore, in any case of discrepancy, a student must report it to the board for correction. The details available on the CBSE Board 12th class result are:
Once the result for CBSE board 12th class is declared by the board, students who are not very satisfied with their result can get their answer sheet verified and then re-evaluated. Both the processes are explained below for ease of the students.
Verification of CBSE Board 12th Class Result: In case a student wishes to get any of their answer sheets verified, he/ she will have to pay a fee of Rs.500 per subject soon after the verification link is opened by the board. Once the marks are changed under the verification process, students will get their updated results online as well as offline by the board.
Re-evaluation of CBSE Board 12th Class Result: The reevaluation of an answer sheet will be done for only those students who will apply for the verification process. Such students will have to apply for a photocopy of their evaluated answer sheet. Students will have to bear the processing charge of Rs. 700 per subject to receive the photocopy on the student login dashboard.
In case a student fails in one or maximum of two subjects, he/ she can retake the same paper(s) through compartmental examination. The compartmental examinations are likely to be held in the second week of July 2020. Students will have to register for the compartment examination by paying an amount of INR 200 per subject. The board will declare the result of CBSE 12th class compartment exam by the second week of July 2020.
The last year of schooling is important in terms of shaping up the career. Marks obtained by the students in class 12th decide the direction for further studies. The bottleneck competition across reputed colleges/ universities has made the life of the students very stressful. Still, the students are advised not to take any foolish step if they couldn’t score up to the expectations in CBSE board class 12th examination.
Major career options after 12th are listed as below:
The exact date for declaration of result is 13th July 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it got delayed.
Yes, both are two different processes. In the verification process, only the marks will be calculated whereas in case of re-evaluation, the answers will be re-checked by the board.
In such a case, the student will have to take the examination next year.
No, the original marksheet can only be obtained by the students from their respective schools.
No, a registration fee amount of Rs. 200 (per subject) is to be paid by the students to apply for compartment examination.
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