The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the Class 12 results on the official website of the board – cbseresults.nic.in on May 10. The board decided to announce it at 12.30 PM on Saturday afternoon but declared it a few minutes before that.
A total of 13,00,000 candidates registered for the Class 12 examination that was held at 4,627 centers in India and 71 centers outside the country. Overall pass percentage stands at 83.40. The pass percentage has increased by 0.39% in comparison to 2018. The pass percentage of Delhi region is 91.87%; increased by 4% since last year.
Out of 13 lakh students who took the exam in February-March,Hansika Sukla and Karishma Arora emerged as the All India topper by securing 99.8 per cent (499/500), outshining Meghna Srivatsava from Ghaziabad who had topped the examination in 2018 scoring 99.8 percent.
Last year, the board exams were marred by controversy this year with incidents of the leak of class 10 Mathematics paper and Class 12 Economics paper over social media being reported from different parts of the country, including the national Capital. The board then decided to conduct a retest for Class 12 Economics paper on April 25 and put in place a special strategy to ensure there was no possibility of a paper leak this year.
Students from Delhi can call 011-24300699 and students from rest of the country can call 011-24300699 to know the results. This year, students will also be able to check their results on Google by searching for CBSE Class 12 results. They will have to key in the required details to login and check their results. Also, Microsoft through their app SMS organizer will also inform students about their results. The candidates will have to register with their roll number, school code and the date of birth to be able to access their marks.