CBSE 12th result 2018 declared, here’s direct link to check

CBSE 12th result 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declared the results of Class 12 board examinations on Saturday.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 26, 2018 13:08 IST
Nilesh Mathur
Nilesh Mathur
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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CBSE students after re appearing for the Class 12 economics exam in New Delhi on April 25, 2018. The exam, which was cancelled by the CBSE after the question paper got leaked, was conducted across 4,000 centres in the country. (Sushil Kumar/HT file)

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of Class 12 board examinations on Saturday at www.cbseresults.nic.in.

The pass percentage this year is 83.01% (nearly 1 percentage point increase than 2017’s 82.02%).

Meghna Srivastava is the all-India topper with 499 marks out of 500, followed by Anoushka Chandra with 498 out of 500 marks. Seven students with 497 out of 500 marks secured the third position. The first and second all-India toppers for the CBSE class 12 examination are from the humanities stream, said CBSE officials.

Meghna Srivastava scored 99 in English core, 100 in history and geography, and 100 in psychology and economics. Trivandrum tops with 97.32% followed by Chennai (93.87%), and Delhi (89%). This year, 72,599 candidates scored 90% and above marks, while 12,737 students have scored 95% and above.

Girls have done better than boys by 9.32 percentage points. Pass percentage for girls is 88.31 and for boys it is 78.99.

Here’s direct link to check.

Around 28 lakh students registered to appear for the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 examinations this year.

More than 16,38,420 candidates registered for the Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centres across India and 78 centres abroad. For Class 12, 11,86,306 candidates registered and the exams were held at 4,138 centres in India and 71 centres outside the country.

Students can check their results on the official websites of the board: www.cbseresults.nic.in, www.cbse.nic.in and www.results.nic.inafter they are released.

This year, students will also be able to check their results on Google.

“CBSE has partnered with Google for the first time to host the board’s Class 10 and Class 12 results on the search engine,” the board’s spokesperson Rama Sharma told Hindustan Times. Students will be able to check their results on Google by searching for CBSE Class 12 result. They will have to key in the required details to login and check their results.

CBSE 12th exam results 2018: Steps to check

1) Visit CBSE results website at http://cbseresults.nic.in/#

1) Click on the link for result 2018

2) Key in your roll no, school no and centre no on the login page that opens

3) Submit

4) Result will be displayed on the screen

5) Download the result and take a print out of the same

Class 12 students anxious a day before declaration of result

After a brief respite, anxiety is back on CBSE Class 12 students’ minds.

In Lucknow, students of GD Goenka Public School were hoping for the best even as the school principal and psychology teacher tried to lift their spirits up to keep the students in the right frame of mind.

“To apply for Delhi University colleges, I need a great percentage. So, I’m hoping a lot from the results as my college destination depends on it,” said Aishwayra Sharma, who wants to do B Com from the Delhi University.

“I have applied in other colleges too as an alternative,” she said.

“I’ve applied for colleges in UK which demand a certain percentage. So, getting a good percentage for me is very important,” said Aadhya Aron, another student.

This year, Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers got leaked, triggering criticism against the board over the way the exams were conducted. A re-test was held for Class 12 Economics students, but CBSE decided against one for Class 10 Mathematics paper.

The students who sat for JEE Advanced seemed comparatively indifferent about the results as their main focus continued to be the IITs.

“To some extent, it doesn’t bother. Of course there is some pressure about the result. Balancing the two was quite a task for me. A good percentage will give a boost,” said Prakhar Maurya, an IIT aspirant.

The students have been stressed for long and are trying to de-stress themselves. “Netfilx and chill mainly. My parents have been extremely supportive and caring which is a big relief to my mind,” said Aishwarya Sharma.

“I’ve taken to swimming these days to relax and energise myself. We also have counselling sessions in our school which are very helpful,” said Suramya Ahuja, another IIT aspirant.

“We finally have the time to go out with our friends and wander. I’m watching all the movies I put on pause for a year,” said Vatsalya Vaibhav.

Allahabad

In Allahabad, while some students of Class 12 who appeared for the examination experienced anxiety pangs, others tried their best to keep calm in the knowledge that the matter was now beyond their control.

“I became anxious after I came to know that the results would be declared on Saturday. So I went to the Bade Hanuman temple at Sangam and offered prayers for a good result,” said Rupam Shukla, a Class 12 student of Gangagurukulam School in Allahabad.

Shikha Singh, also from the same school, is currently spending her summer vacations with her grandparents. “I studied hard and did well in my examinations, but it’s getting difficult to sleep. Tomorrow morning, I will go to Nagvasuki temple and offer prayers,” she said.

First Published: May 25, 2018 16:17 IST