CBSE result 2016 class 12: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the CBSE result 2016 class 12 on Saturday, May 21 at 10.30 am, far ahead of the announced time of 12 noon at cbseresults.nic.in, results.nic.in and results.gov.in.
School authorities will be able to download the CBSE result 2016 class 12 of the candidates by entering the class, affiliation code, examination code/school code, e-mail address and typing the text shown in the picture. The original mark sheets of CBSE class 12 will be issued by the Board separately.
Here are the steps to check CBSE results 2016 class 12:
STEP 1. Keep your Roll number and name as it appears on the certificates handy
STEP 2. Visit the official websites cbseresults.nic.in or results.nic.in (or results.gov.in)
STEP 3. On the CBSE home page you will see a link pointing to CBSE class 12 result 2016
STEP 4. Enter your roll number carefully and click on submit
STEP 5. Your CBSE class 12 result 2016 will pop up
STEP 6. Download the result
STEP 7. Take print out for future reference; remember this is for personal uses only and the original certificate is necessary for all official purposes.
After the CBSE result 2016 class 12 has been announced, students and parents have a lot of confusion regarding the examination. Here are 10 frequently asked questions (FAQs) that might be helpful for the candidates:
1. What is CGPA? How is it calculated?
CGPA or Cumulative Grade Points Average is the average of grade points achieved in all subjects excluding the additional 6th subject.
2. Is a candidate eligible to improve his/ her performance?
Yes, a candidate who has passed Class 12 examination of the Board can re-appear for improvement of performance in one or more subjects in the main examination in next year only. The candidate may appear privately; those re-appearing for the entire examination can also appear as regular candidates if admitted by the school. The candidate(s) appearing for improvement of performance can appear in the subject(s) in which they have appeared for the Examination.
3. Will the mark sheet be same for Improvement of Performance and main examination in class 12?
No, candidates appearing for the Improvement of Performance will be issued only Statement of Marks, reflecting marks obtained in the improvement examination.
4. What is the criteria for being placed in Compartment for class 12?
As per Examination Bye-Laws of the Board a candidate failing in one subject out of 5 subjects is placed under Compartment.
5. I had 6 subjects in class 12(5 main and 1 additional). If I fail in one of the main subjects and pass in additional, then can I appear for compartment in that failing sixth subject?
Yes, you can reappear in the failing subject at the Compartment Examination to be held in July the same year under Improvement category.
6. How many chances are there for the compartment examination?
There are subsequent three chances of compartment examination in class 12 i.e., if a candidate appeared for 2015 examination and placed in compartment then he can appear in July the same year, Second Chance in March/April and Third Chance in July of next year.
7. I have compartment in Physics. Can I appear in Maths?
No, a candidate placed in compartment at the Senior School Certificate Examination shall be allowed to appear only in those subjects in which he/she has been placed in compartment.
8. How does a candidate apply for verification of marks in class 12?
Board permits the following
1. Verification of marks
2. Provides photocopy of evaluated answer books
3. Re-evaluation in identified subjects
For details the website may be seen in due course of time.
9. What is the major difference between the school-based exam and board exam?
The only difference is that students of school-conducted examination appear in their own school where as those of Board conducted appear in the allotted centre. The answer copies of Board-conducted examination are centrally evaluated at designated centres whereas those of school-based, by the school teachers based on the marking schemes supplied by the Board.
10. What will the results show when a candidate passes in the additional subject, but fails in one of the main subjects in class 12?
In respect of a candidate offering an additional subject, the following norms are applied:
(a) A language offered as an additional subject replaces a language in the event of a candidate failing in the same provided after replacement the candidate has English/Hindi as one of the languages.
(b) An elective subject offered as an additional subject replaces one of the elective subjects offered by the candidate. It may also replace a language provided after replacement the candidate has English/Hindi as one of the languages.
(c) Additional language offered at elective level replaces an elective subject provided after replacement; the number of languages offered does not exceed two.