Since CBSE Class 10 exams were delayed by more than 20 days until April 10th this year (2017) due to Assembly elections in five states, the results are likely to be delayed beyond May despite the Board’s efforts to complete the evaluation process by middle of this month.
Unlike last year’s Class 10 CBSE exam results which were declared on May 28, this year’s results will be delayed by more than 10 days and the probable date that the private institutions and coaching centres are giving is on or after Saturday, June 3, 2017.
However, CBSE has not confirmed nor revealed any date so far. We will keep you updated on this once the CBSE officially declares the results date.
To check the results, visit the official CBSE website and official government websites given below:
To check your results, Click on the blinking NEW link showing ‘CBSE Class 12 Results 2017’
Once you the results page appears, enter your roll number and school number which are given in your admit card and preferably keep them ready at the time of checking the result.
Due to heavy rush, sometimes the main results page of CBSE cbseresults.nic.in may not open immediately and students are advised to check other given websites or private websites which provide results.
Those who wish to get their results via mobile phones can register beforehand with the CBSE.
The phone numbers of NIC and MTNL, by which the results can be accessed through IVRS, are as follows:
(a) National Informatics Centre (NIC):
For Delhi subscribers call on to 24300699
For other parts of the country, the candidates can call on to 011- 24300699
For Delhi subscribers call on to 28127030
For other parts of the county, the students can call on to 011 -28127030
The Central Board of Secondary Education Class X exam has been made compulsory for all students from this year after discontinuation of the older system whereby schools were allowed to hold Class 10 exam and students were given the option. This year onwards, all students will have to appear for the Board exam for Class X and the revised structure allowed 20% marks for internal evaluation.
This year, the number of students who took the exam should go up beyond the usual 15 lakh and the pass percentage may hover around 96.3%. In 2016, the overall pass percentage for CBSE 10th Exam stood at 96.21% which was marginally lower compared to 2015’s figure of 97.32%.
Usually, girls outperform boys though the margin is negligible and the top performing centres for CBSE Class X exams last year was Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.