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RBSE 12th result 2018 expected today: Here’s how to check yours

Rajasthan Board Result 2018: The Rajasthan Board for Secondary Education (RBSE) will declare the result of the Class 12 board examinations today.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 23, 2018 10:40 IST
HT correspondent
HT correspondent
Hindustan Times
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Rajasthan Board Result 2018: The result of Class 12 science stream will be released first followed by Commerce and Humanities.

The result of the Class 12 board examination will be announced by the Rajasthan Board for Secondary Education (RBSE) on Wednesday, May 23, board spokesperson Rajendra Gupta said. Minister of state for education Vasudev Devnani will announce the result at 6.15pm at the board’s office. No merit list will be published this year.

Students can check their results by clicking here.

Students can also check their results by clicking visiting the official website.

Rajasthan Board Results 2018: Here’s how to check your result

1) Visit the official website for the Rajasthan board (rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in)

2) Click on the link for Results

3) Click on the link for Class 12 results

4) Enter your roll number and submit

5) Check your result, download it and take a print out too

The results of Class 12 science stream will be released first followed by Commerce and Humanities, an official said.

Class 10 result shall be announced either in the last week of May or the first week of June.

Earlier, the RBSE secretary, Meghna Chudhary, had told HT on May 18 that the result, earlier expected on May 19 (Saturday), had been delayed by a day or two. However, the results will be announced latest by May 21, she said.

“Meeting of our results announcing committee could not be held today (Friday) because of some inevitable circumstances. So there will be a delay by a day or two,” said Chudhary.

Class 12 examination were held at 5,507 centers across the state. A total of 8,26,278 had taken the exam which ended on April 2.

The Board had identified 415 centres as sensitive and made elaborate security arrangements to stop cheating at these centres. CCTV cameras were installed and videography was done during the test.

First Published: May 19, 2018 16:00 IST