CBSE 10th result 2017: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare its result tomorrow, Saturday, June 3 around 12 pm on cbse.nic.in as well as at cberesults.nic.in.
CBSE 10th result 2017: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to declare its result tomorrow, Saturday, June 3 around 12 pm on cbse.nic.in as well as at cberesults.nic.in. Student should log in and find out their results after that. Even though timing of results has not officially been confirmed as yet, results are likely to be declared by 10 am, an Indian Express report said. Other website to note is results.nic.in. Apart from the official websites, students can also access their CBSE 10th result 2017 via App, SMS and even through Microsoft search engine Bing.
Once announced this is how the home page will look like
Students need to check their results on these websites. While logging on these sites, they need to have their roll numbers with them , as it is through this that they will be able to access their results/marksheets. Once logged in, students will also need to mention their school and centre name in boxes.
As many as 16,67,573 students appeared for class X exams this year. Out of them 7,81,463 students appeared in CBSE’s school-based exam and 8,86,506 took the board-based exam.
The board has declared its class XII results last Sunday, which was topped by Noida-based Raksha Gopal with 99.6 percent. This year there had been lot of debate on marks moderation because of which results of Class 12th and Class 10th have been delayed. Pass percentage in class XII dipped to 82.02 per cent, it has been reported.
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Steps to download results from website:
1) Log on to official websites mentioned above – cbse.nic.in and cberesults.nic.in.
2) After reaching home page, click on the link for the CBSE Class 10th result 2017.
3) Once the page open, enter your roll number and security code in boxes and submit the information.
4) Download results and take a print out for the future use.
Best of luck to all concerned!