As students of Class 12th CBSE board exam 2016 are awaiting eagerly for the results to be announced at 12 noon tomorrow, Saturday May 21, 2016, there is another beacon of light here.
In case the website crashes under surge in traffic, students can visit Bing, the search engine of Microsoft directly and check their results, thereby eliminating host of middlemen or websites.
Microsoft under Satya Nadella has set its sight on exam season this year and has collaborated with CBSE to provide a quick access to exam results for class 12th and class 10th on its search engine, Bing.com.
The search engine is also hoping to divert the visitors to additional information about colleges they can seek admission, last year’s cut-off points and this year’s cutof points and comparison between institutes and placement records, virtually entering the education domain which was under the domination of biggies.
Microsoft said it will also provide access to Mobile, PC and tablets to learn from Bing’s analytical tools to make a choice once the results are announced.