MUMBAI: The CBSE will declare its Class 10 secondary school exam results at 2pm on Saturday for all regions, the board announced on Friday.
More than 13 lakh students from across the country took the exam. Like their counterparts in Class 12, students were also anxious about the maths paper as many had complained it was extremely tough. Many students said they couldn’t finish the paper on time; some also complained that some of the questions were tricky. Section D, which carries 11 marks, was the most difficult as it contained questions outside the standard textbook.
Students will be able access their results on three web portals — www.results.nic.in, www. cbseresults.nic.in and www.cbse. nic.in.
They can also be accessed through search engine www.bing. com. Students in Maharashtra can also call 011–24300699 to hear their results through an IVR system.
The post-result CBSE counselling has started from May 21 and will continue till June 4 daily from 8am to 10pm. A special counselling facility is available for differently-abled children.
Students can dial toll-free number, 1800 11 8004, from any part of the country and get in touch with operators for general queries related to the results. They can also avail of one-to-one telephonic counselling from 8am to 10pm on all days on this toll-free number.