Schools can procure the entire school’s results via email if they register themselves on any of the websites by specifying their school code and email id.
Results will be available through the interactive voice response system (IVRS) and short message service (SMS), covering various different operators and subscribers. To receive results through IVRS, local students can call National informatics Centre (NIC) on 24300699. Rates for IVRS per roll number will be 30 paisa per minute.
For results through SMS, a one rupee charge will be applicable per roll number. Students need to SMS ‘cbse12rollno’.
More than nine lakh students appeared for the CBSE class XII exams from all over the country this year.
Physics, Mathematics and Accountancy were some of the papers that were adjudged difficult by students and teachers of the Capital this year. The mathematics paper contained a wrong question of six marks. 2012 cut-off list for DU