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Check CBSE 12th Result 2019, Class 12 Exam Results - Live Updates


Published on Apr 27, 2019

Check CBSE 12th Result 2019, Class 12 Exam Results - Live Updates

The Central Board of Secondary Education will announce the CBSE Class 12 result 2019 by the end of May. Most years, the CBSE Result 2019 Class 12 is declared towards the end of May and last year, it was declared on 26 May 2018. The CBSE will release the Class 12 board examination result 2019 on its official website at cbse.nic.in and students can also get their result from www.cbseresults.nic.in.

The CBSE conducted the Class 12th Examination for the academic year 2018-19 from 15 February to 3 April 2019. The Board will declare the CBSE Board Class 12 Result 2019 on the official website (cbseresults.nic.in) of the CBSE Board.

Board exams of 10th and 12th class have been conducted for all the academic boards. Students are waiting eagerly for the announcement of their results. UP board is releasing its UP 10th, 12th result on April 27, 2019 at 1 pm & 1:30 pm on the official website:upmsp.edu.in.

Some boards like as BSEB, TN board, HPBOSE, TSBIE, BIEAP have already released their 12th class results and others are nearly done with the evaluation process. This year, BSEB is the first board to declare 10th, 12th result at first. All remaining 10th, 12th boards result will be released in the coming weeks.

Once the results are released, students can check their results using roll number on the official website, Alternatively, they can also check it via SMS on mobile.

Procedure for Checking the CBSE Class 12 or XII Result Online

1. Go to the website www.cbseresults.nic.in

2. Then first enter the Roll Number given in Admit Card.

3. After that enter the Date of Birth.

4. Then Enter the School Number.

5. Then Enter the Center Number as given in Admit Card.

6. And Lastly click the Submit Button

7. The Results can then be viewed on a New Screen with all the Marks and Grade.

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Wish you all the Best.

Other Modes to Check the Results Online

There are other modes through which you can access your CBSE Class 12th Result 2019 as well. These are listed:

IVR:

Interactive Voice Response System has also been put in place by NIC and students can get their CBSE class 12 results by dialling 24300699 if they are residents of Delhi and 011 – 24300699 for those who reside in states other than Delhi.

SMS:

Candidates can also receive their CBSE class 10th results through SMS. All you have to do is type an SMS saying ‘cbse12 <roll number> <dob> <school code> <centre number>’ and send it at 7738299899. Mention your date of birth in dd/mm/yyyy format.

DigiLocker:

A service that saves your CBSE Board Results 2019 and mark sheets in your locker, a student's account details are sent to the student via SMS.

Official School Websites:

If you are still not sure of your results till you receive it from your school, then you can also access your school's websites which may post your CBSE class X Board Results.

Mobile Apps:

CBSE class 12 results can also be accessed through the mobile app UMANG. The app is available for Android, iOS as well as Windows users. Microsoft Organizer App is another application that can help you access your result by entering school code, roll number and date of birth

Details Mentioned on CBSE 12th Result 2019

The CBSE 10th Result will have the following details such as

• Student Roll Number

• Father/Mother Name

• PART 1 Performance

• PART 2 Performance

• PART 3 Performance

• Grade Points in subject wise

• Final Result (Qualified or Not)

Does CBSE give grace marks in board evaluation?

Well, Getting this answer is little tricky as it’s a decision made on logical and sensitive estimations, Well lets give it a kick:

Mostly there can be two reasons to give Grace marks by CBSE, either a data mistake casing question to be wrong or student missing pass marks by a less margin, However to give a statistical answer we need 2 assumptions in the question paper Wrong or Correct question which if related with the data provided after a RTI was filed with CBSE complaint board gave questions to be given wrong at a least probability of 0.1 for the year 2017–2016 which technically reduces the tendency for the first estimation thus getting grace marks for a student (taken on an average reference sample 19.85 lakhs sampled to a mean of 10000 for case study of science stream) will be averaged to 0.1873 with a comparative analysis between students passing and failing the exam.

So, getting Grace marks in any particular subjects will be close to 18% with an impossibility rate of around 0.82(82%) and getting a probable grace around 0.18(18%).

Therefore Getting grace marks is probably 18% sure with 82% impossible.

Thus giving you a descriptive statistical estimate on getting Grace marks in any of the 5 exams, Hope you liked our predictive estimation. All the Best!

No more marks spiking to clear 2018 board exams: HRD Ministry

The ministry of human resource development (MHRD) on Friday issued an advisory to state education boards and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to stop the practice of spiking of marks in class X and class XII board exams from 2018.

However, the system of awarding ‘grace marks’ to students who need only a few marks to pass will continue, but this information has to be disclosed on the school and the state boards’ websites.

The school boards may continue with their moderation policy and grant marks for papers with “unusually difficult” or “ambiguous” questions and offer a level-playing field to all students in the evaluation process.Spiking refers to inflation of marks by boards in order to bring parity in the pass percentage with respect to the previous year’s statistics.

“Bunching of marks and their spiking should be completely avoided. The practice of awarding grace marks should continue to pass their borderline cases (students who are failing by a few marks),” the advisory issued by school education secretary Anil Swarup said.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and 32 other boards had come to a consensus on scrapping of the moderation policy in a meeting held on April 24 this year. However, the Delhi High Court had asked the CBSE not to scrap the policy, saying it was not advisable to implement the change mid-way.


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