New Delhi: Though the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is yet to make an official announcement, it is expected that the results of the Class X exams held in March 2017 will be declared in the next week, multiple reports citing board sources said.
Reports said the CBSE Class X (Class 10) results are likely to be declared in the next week and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may announce a confirmed and exact date of result declaration very soon.
The board will declare the results on its official website, the link for which is www.cbse.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in.
Students, who appeared in the Class 10 CBSE board exams, can check their results on the official website. The following are the steps they should take to check the results:
- Firstly, the candidates should log on to the website and click on the live link CBSE Class 10 board exam results 2017
- In the new window that opens, the candidates should fill in the requisite details such as registration number, name
- After filling the details, press the button to submit
- The results would appear on the screen
- Take a print out of the same for future reference.
The CBSE declared the Class XII results on Sunday May 28, 2017.
According to the Date Sheet released on the CBSE website, Class X and Class XII both exams began together on March 09, 2017. But, while the Class X exam ended on April 10, the Class XII 2017 exam continued till April 29.
This year's CBSE Class 12 and Class 10 exams were delayed because of the assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa and Manipur.
An estimated 10,98,981 and 8,86,506 students from across the country and abroad respectively appeared for the Class XII and Class X annual exams which began from Thursday March 09, 2017. The exams are conducted every year by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
According to the data released by registration for the Class 12 exams saw a 2.82% increase whereas the registration for the Class 10 exams witnessed an increase of 15.73% as compared to the last year.
The examination for Class X were conducted at 16,363 centres across the country. Students appeared for Class XII examination at 10,678 centres in India.
Fifty-eight examination centres were set up in some Gulf countries and six in various other countries.
In a first, the CBSE board had launched a mobile application to help students locate their examination centre using their phone numbers.
In another first, students diagnosed with Type-I diabetes were for the first time allowed to carry food items inside the examination hall to maintain their sugar levels and avoid medical complications.