The Central Board of Secondary Education has now confirmed that the results of class X CBSE Board exams 2012 would be declared on Thursday, 24th May 2012 at 4:00 pm IST.
Students will be able to check their result either by logging online, or through the IVRS facility or SMS service.
“This year we have made special arrangements so students can easily access their results through means other than the conventional online result run by National Informatics Centre. Schools can also get the entire school’s result by going online and using their school code and email-id,” said MC Sharma, controller of exams, CBSE.
How to get your CBSE class X 2012 results?
Students can get their results on their e-mail address if they register themselves on the following websites: www.results.nic.in, ww.cbseresults.nic.in, www.cbse.nic.in
Rates for IVRS per roll no. will be Rs. 0.30 per minute. The telephone numbers of NIC and other organization through which results can be had through IVRS are as:
24357276 – for local subscribers in Delhi
011 – 24357276 – for subscribers in other parts of the country
MTNL: Telephone numbers
28127030 for local subscribers in Delhi
011 -28127030 for subscribers in other parts of the country
55530 for IDEA subscribers
1255536 for BSNL subscribers (Outside Delhi – Landline & Mobile)
54321223 for Tata Teleservice (Indicom, Docomo) subscribers
54321202 for Airtel subscribers
Results through SMS:
Rates for SMS for registration & communication of result per roll no. will be Rs.0.50 (Paisa fifty only)
Send SMS to 52001 – MTNL
Send SMS to 57766 – BSNL
Send SMS to 5800002 – Aircel
Send SMS to 55456068 – IDEA
Send SMS to 54321, 51234,5333300 – Tata Teleservice (Indicom, Docomo)
Send SMS to 54321202, 55077 – Airtel
Send SMS to 9212357123 – NIC
The CBSE Proficiency Test 2012 will be conducted in July 2012 for class X. This test is optional and students appearing in class X exam this year are eligible to take the test. It will be held between July 9 and July 13.
Despite the CBSE’s continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system gathering momentum across several schools in the country, only 4.1 lakh students of a total 11 lakh appeared for the Class 10 board exam this year — a marginal drop from last year’s 4.45 lakh students.
We wish all the students, Best of Luck!