CBSE 12th Result 2018 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced CBSE Class 12th Result on May 26, 2018. The result was declared at 12:20 pm. Candidates can check the result of CBSE Class 12 online on the official website i.e. on cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in. The CBSE Class 12 Result can be check from the official website, Microsoft search engine, IVRS / SMS, UMANG app, DigiLocker, etc. The students can use the link below to check the result and can know the process to check Class 12th CBSE Result via these modes from below. The most important credential to check the result is roll number. The CBSE Class 12th pass percentage this year is 83.01%. Check more details about CBSE 12th Result 2018 from this page.
CBSE 12th Result 2018
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The long wait is over. It was expected that the CBSE Results will be delayed this year due to paper leak and reconduct on the exam. However, the Board has made sure that the result is announced on time.
|CBSE 2018||Important Dates|
|Starting Date of Examination||05 Mar 2018|
|End Date of Examination||25 Apr 2018|
|Result Declaration||26 May 2018|
Class 12 Result 2018 can be checked at official websites identified by the board. Direct link to check CBSE Result 2018 Class 12 is available here.
Result: Click Here to check CBSE 12th Result 2018 on cbseresults.nic.in
Topper: Check toppers here.
CBSE 12th Result 2018 Stream-wise
Also you can check result from various other websites & Apps.
- CBSE Class 12th Result on Google
- CBSE Class 12th Result on Microsoft
- CBSE 12th Result through DigiLocker
- CBSE 12th Result through SMS / IVRS
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How to Check CBSE 12th Result 2018
This year, there are many ways to check the result of CBSE 12th Result 2018. Students can check the result by:
- Official Website
- Microsoft Search Engine
- IVRS / SMS
- UMANG App
The process to check the result via these mediums has been explained below:
How to Check CBSE 12th Result via Official Website?
In order to check the CBSE Class 12th Result via the official website, the candidates just need to follow the steps below:
- Click on the link provided above.
- It will take you to a new window, which will look as shown below.
- Next, the candidates will have to enter Roll Number, School Number, and Centre Number.
- Click on the ‘Submit’ button.
- Check and download the result of CBSE Class 12th 2018.
How to Check CBSE 12th Result on Microsoft Search Engine?
CBSE and Microsoft have prepared an app. It is SMS Organizer for Android. Candidates just need to install it from the play store and follow the steps below:
- Once the app is installed, register by entering Roll Number, School Code, and Date of Birth.
- When the result will be announced, candidates will get a notification SMS.
- The result will be displayed in the app.
The best part about this medium is that the students can check the result even if they are offline.
How to Check CBSE 12th Result via IVRS / SMS?
CBSE provides the facility for checking the result via SMS and IVRS. To check the result through SMS, the candidates need to send SMS at 7738299899. The correct manner in which the SMS is to be typed is:
- cbse12 <roll number> <school number> <center number>.
IVRS or Interactive Voice Response System is a technology in which people and computers interact through voice. So, basically, the students need to call at the below given number and the result will be dictated to them. The number on which students need to call are:
|Telephone Number(s)||Area Covered|
|24300699||for local subscribers of Delhi|
|011-2430699||for subscribers living in other regions|
How to Check CBSE Class 12th Result via DigiLocker?
In the DigiLocker, the digitally signed certificates of the candidates will be uploaded. The candidates need to make an account in DigiLocker, if not made yet. Then, the candidates will have to login the locker by entering Username and Password and will be able to download CBSE Class 12th Result 2018.
How to Check CBSE 12th Result on Google?
Google displays the CBSE Class 12th result portal. To check the result on google, the candidates need to follow the steps below:
- Type CBSE 12th Result 2018 on Google.
- On the front page, at the top, a huge result portal will be displayed.
- Enter roll number and other required details on it.
- Click on the ‘Submit’ button.
- Check your CBSE Class 12th result 2018.
How to Check CBSE 12th Result on UMANG App?
Even to check the result through UMANG app, the candidates will have to download it from the play store. Then, the candidates will have to register on the app and the result of the candidates will be displayed.
Details Displayed in CBSE 12th Result 2018
The result of CBSE Class 12th 2018 will display the following details:
- Name of the candidate
- Roll Number
- Pass / Fail Status
- Subject Code
- Theory Marks in Each Subject
- Practical Marks in Each Subject
- Total Marks in Each Subject
About CBSE Class 12th 2018
The class 12th exams this year were surrounded by the paper leak and other irregularities. CBSE had to re-conduct the exam for Economics after the reports of paper leak were confirmed. The exams were held in 4,138 centers, across 71 countries in and outside India.
In all, 11,86,306 students registered for the examination. The pass percentage of CBSE Class 12th remains between 80 to 85%. Last year, the pass percentage was 82% and before that, it was 83%.
About CBSE – Central Board Of Secondary Education
Central Board of Secondary Education, famously known as CBSE, is a national Board. It is responsible for regulating school level education in India. There are 19,316 schools which are affiliated with the Board. Outside India 211 schools, in 25 countries are also affiliated with the Board.
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, Private schools, Govt. Schools follow CBSE norms to provide the best education. Other than the School education, the Board also conducts national level examination like JEE Main, NEET, CET, etc.
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