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CBSE class 10th, 12th results likely to be announced by next week

The class 12th examination results is likely to be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) between 28 May to 30 May

New Delhi: The class 12th examination are likely to be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) between 28 May to 30 May. The CBSE Results 2018 for both Intermediate and High School will be released on the Board’s official -cbse.nic.in.

Students who are waiting eagerly for their may check at cbse.nic.in, once the results are announced. Apart from the official website, they may also check at examresults.net and results.gov.in.

The CBSE conducted the class 12th examination from 5 March to 13 April and the class 10th exam was conducted from 5 March to 4 April.

The board had said that the re- of the Class 12th economics paper, held on 25 April, nearly a month after it was leaked, would not delay the declaration of CBSE Class 12th and Class 10th results.

There were also reports of the CBSE’s class 10th mathematics paper being leaked, but the board decided not to conduct the re-test, saying class 10 was just an “internal segment” of school system.

Students may take a note of the following steps to check their CBSE Result 2018.

Step 1: Click on the CBSE’s official website- cbse.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the link- ‘CBSE Class 12th Result 2018’ or ‘CBSE Class 10th Result 2018’

Step 3: Enter your details and click on submit.

Step 4: View and download your CBSE Result 2018 and take a copy for future reference.

At least 28.24 lakh students registered for the CBSE class 10th and 12th exams, out of which 11.86 lakh students appeared for class 10th board exams and 16.38 lakh students took the matric exams.

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