Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the result of 2018 class 12 Board examinations. The result has been declared for all the streams and regions simultaneously. Students can see their results on CBSE’s official websites. The results could also be accessed through Google Search, Microsoft mobile app and through SMS.
Here’s how you can check your results
2) Google: Class 12 CBSE Results could also be accessed via Googl. For the first time, CBSE has partnered with the tech giant in order to host the CBSE Class 10 and CBSE 12th Result 2018. Students can simply check their results on Google by searching for CBSE Class 10 or CBSE Class 12 result.They will simply have to enter required details to login and access their results.
3) MicroSoft: Students would also be able to check their result through Microsoft mobile app. Microsoft through their app SMS organiser will inform students about CBSE 12th Result 2018 students about their result, if they are offline also.
Anxiously refreshing your browser to get your CBSE Class 10 or Class 12 results? Stop! Get your results delivered to your SMS Organizer inbox as soon as they are announced, even when you are offline. https://t.co/UxGkXVHSHY pic.twitter.com/c4zhOolMry
— Microsoft India (@MicrosoftIndia) May 24, 2018
The candidates will have to register with their roll number, school code and the date of birth to be able to access their marks for CBSE Board Result 2018.
4) SMS: Using SMS services to check results have been there for over a decade now. Students can easily check their results by sending their rolll no. to following no.
MTNL users: 52001,
BSNL users: 57766
Aircel users: 5800002
Idea users: 55456068
Tata Teleservices users: 51234 and 5333300
Airtel users: 54321202
National Informatics Centre: 9212357123
Over 11 lakh students, who appeared in this year’s class 12 board exams, have been keenly awaiting the result. As per reports, the Class 10 results will be declared within two days of Class 12 results. “Results for class 10 will be announced either on May 28 or 29. All evaluation has been done, not a single paper’s result will be withheld,” CBSE Secretary Anurag Tripathi told IANS on May 25.