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CBSE Class 12 board results a finger tap, a mouse-click away

Some of you may find that the CBSE sites have crashed due to heavy internet traffic. In that case, follow the alternative explained here

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New Delhi: The CBSE Class XII examination results are out. Also referred to as “board exams”, the nationwide higher secondary test is the final barrier of school a student crosses to reach the university level according to the Indian system of formal education.

The results of the 2019 exam of all the zones were released on Thursday. Simultaneously.
A student can access his or her result on cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in.

As many as 31 lakh students had registered for CBSE Class X and XII results. The CBSE had released last year’s result for Class X on 29 May 2018. While the result for Class XII was released on 26 May that year.

Trivandrum region has performed the best in this year’s CBSE 12th examination results, with 98.2% of the students passing the test.

The pass percentage in the Chennai area is 92.93% while the pass percentage of Delhi region is 91.87%.

Hansika Shukla, who studied in DPS Ghaziabad on Meerut Road, and Karishma Arora of SD Public School in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh, have topped the list. Both the toppers got 499 out of 500 marks.

So much was the internet traffic to seek out the results that the CBSE websites crashed after the result was declared. However, it is up now once again.

Checking CBSE board results directly

You may visit any of the following sites for the purpose.
http://cbse.examresults.net/
http://delhi.indiaresults.com/
https://results.gov.in/

However, some of you may find that none of the sites above is working. Their servers might have given up due to the heavy internet traffic. In that case, follow the alternative route as given below.

CBSE board results via Google

You may check the results of CBSE 12th Board exam through Google.
These are the steps you follow if you are looking for your result via Google or any other search engine.
Step 1: On Google, use keywords “CBSE Class 12 result 2019” (do not use the conventional roman letters for “12”).
Step 2: Feed your roll number, school number, centre number and admit card number.
Step 4: Now you will be able to see your result.
Step 5: You can also take a printout of the result for posterity.

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