Cbse class 12 result will come on May 28

Cbse class 12 result will come on May 28

Submitted by admin on Thu, 05/24/2018 - 00:35

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is likely to publish Class 12th Board Results 2018 on May 28. The CBSE will release the results on its official website, cbse.nic.in. This year, the total students registered for CBSE board exams are 28.24 lakh and from it approximately only 14.85 lakh students have appeared for the CBSE Class 12 examinations. There were 4,95,899 female candidates and 6,90,407 male candidates for class 12th  board exams which were conducted across 4138 centers. It is to be noted that it was more boys than girls who called up the CBSE counseling helpline centers for stress-related queries during exams, statistics have revealed. Therefore to beat the stress for the students, there is CBSE's annual outreach programme every year which begins in February and provides counselling to students till April.

The re-examination of CBSE 12 class economics paper would not delay the CBSE Results 2018 as per the CBSE announcement. The confirmation of the CBSE 10th result 2018 date would be released only after the CBSE 12 result declaration. The confirmation of the 10th  result would also be released on cbse.nic.in. official website.

The important Steps to check CBSE Class 12 Result 2018:

Step 1: Click on the official website of Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE: cbse.nic.in

Step 2: Go the CBSE Class 12th Result 2018

Step 3: Click on CBSE 12th Board Exam result 2018

Step 4: You should enter your admit card details, that is roll number and other details for CBSE 12 Result 2018

Step 5: Download your CBSE Result 2018 for future reference if needed

Students should collect their official mark sheets from their respective institutes. These printouts are used for information purposes only.


Criteria to pass Class 12

  • A candidate must obtain a minimum passing mark, that is, 33 percent marks, in order to declare as pass. In other words, a candidate shall obtain a grade higher than E in all the subjects.

  • In practical work subjects, there should be minimum 33 percent marks in theory and also 33 percent marks in practical, along with 33 percent marks in aggregate.

  • No overall distinction/aggregate shall be given.

  • The passing criteria for a candidate is getting each subject minimum grade E. The grade E is only for the internal assessment and not the aggregate mark of the subject.

  • If the internal assessment has failed, the result of the external examination will be withheld strictly but not for a period of more than one year.

 

About CBSE:

The central board of secondary education (CBSE) is responsible for regulation and development of primary and secondary education in the country. The CBSE was established on November 3, 1962, headquartered in Preet Vihar, New Delhi. The primary function of CBSE is to organize academics and other programmes for the school students.