CBSE 12th Board Exam Results 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 exam results announced!
CBSE Class 12 Board Exam Results 2020: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 exam results announced! CBSE has announced the result of 12th board examinations. The Board has recorded an overall Pass Percentage of 88.78 per cent in Class 12 exams this year. Trivandrum region has the highest pass percentage of 97.67 per cent, followed by Bengaluru and Chennai. The lowest pass percentage was recorded in the Patna region.
According to the Board, 38,686 students scored 95 per cent and above in the Class 12 exams, while 1,57,934 students scored over 90 per cent. Girls have outshone the boys in the class 12 examination. The board has decided not to come up with a merit list in view of exceptional circumstances amid the coronavirus pandemic. As per the Board, girls outperformed boys by 5.96 per cent whereas the overall pass percentage increased by 5.38 per cent as against last year.
With the announcement of the results, the wait and restlessness of the students have come to an end with the announcement. The Class XII board exams are usually conducted in the beginning of the month of March and get concluded by mid-April. However, due to the Coronavirus pandemic this year, very few subject papers could be conducted as the central government announced the nationwide lockdown from March 24 after the onset of Coronavirus spread in the country.
CBSE Official Website down, how to check Class 12 result
As the official websites are down, the students can check 12th result 2020 through IVRS (Interactive Voice Respond System). Just dial the below mention numbers after the official declaration of the result and tell your Roll No. and Date of Birth –
011 – 24300699 (NIC)
011 – 28127030 (MTNL)
You will be charged 30 paise per minute per Roll No.
How to check CBSE Class 12 Result 2020
1. Students need to keep their roll number and other vital credentials handy before logging on the result website- cbse.nic.in, www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in.
2. After reaching the website, the students will need to go to the results section and fill in their credentials.
3. The students will then be directed to their result. They are advised to save a copy of their result on their mobile phones or computers. Alternatively, the students can also get a print out of their result for future perusal.
How to check CBSE 12th Result via Google
Step 1: Open the Google/Chrome tab on your phone or desktop.
Step 2: Type ‘CBSE 12 Result 2020’ in the search box.
Step 3: After you select “CBSE 12 Result 2020” from the recommended searches, a CBSE window will open asking you for specific details like your roll number and say, date of birth, for verification.
Step 4: Enter the requested details and click on the “Check Exam Results” button, following which your results will be displayed. It’s as simple as that!
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CBSE 12th exam results 2020: When and Where to check the result
The result has been announced on the official website of the central education board- cbse.nic.in, www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in. Apart from the release of the result on the websites, the board will also send a combined copy of the result of the students, school wise to their respective schools.
A telephone number will also be announced pan India on which the students would be able to know their result. In tune with the changes in the technology over the years, the education boards have also started releasing the result on varied mobile applications. According to reports, the CBSE has planned the announcement of the result on Umang app, Microsoft SMS organiser app, DigiLocker,and Digiresults app among others.
CBSE New assessment scheme
Later the CBSE tried to resuscitate the examination process and released new dates for conducting the exams in the month of June and July but due to the manifold surge in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country, the board decided to cancel the exams. The board also devised an assessment scheme on the basis of which students will be assigned marks this year. A combination of subject paper marks which could be conducted before the lockdown along with the internal assessment/performance of the student, the average marks will be allotted to the students.