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CBSE to declare Class 12 result today

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Chandigarh, May 26, 2013
First Published: 00:49 IST(26/5/2013) | Last Updated: 09:24 IST(27/5/2013)

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the result for Class 12 All India senior school certificate examination (AISSCE) were today that will decide fate of more than 9,500 students from 23 private schools and 37 government schools.

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How to get the results?
Internet:
www.cbseacademic.in
www.results.nic.in
www.cbse.nic.in
www.cbseresults.nic.in
 
Result on Phone:
NIC phone: 011-24357276
MTNL: 011- 28127030
Others: IDEA subscribers-55530, BSNL landline and mobile-1255536, Indicom and Docomo-54321223 and Airtel subscribers-54321202.
 
Result through SMS:
 
SMS                                                                    Operators
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 52001                                                MTNL
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 57766                                                 BSNL
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 5800002                                             Aircel
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 55456068                                           IDEA
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 54321,51234,5333300                        Tata
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 54321202,55077                                 Airtel
CBSE12 roll no
send SMS to 9212357123                                        National Infomatics                
                                                                                 Centre (NIC)

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