The CBSE results for Class 12 for the year 2023 have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The date of Class 12 CBSE results is May 12.
On the official website, cbseresults.nic.in, students can view their CBSE Class 12 results. Additionally, they may check their results on the UMANG academic applications, the Digilocker app, and cbseresults.nic.in.
The DigiLocker software will require students to enter 6-digit security pins in order to view and receive their grade reports. After downloading the Security PIN file from the CBSE’s official website, Parinam Manjusha, the students can obtain their 6-digit security pins from their individual schools.
Steps To Check CBSE Results On The Official Website
- Access the official CBSE website.
- Click the link for “CBSE Class 12 Results 2023.”
- Enter your necessary information, including your board exam roll number, date of birth, school ID, and admission card number.
- A screen will display your CBSE Class 12 Result 2023.
- Download the page and print it off to save for later.
How To Check Your Grades On DigiLocker
- Open the DigiLocker app or website
- Create an account or sign in
- Locate the CBSE area on the site or choose CBSE from the list of categories.
- Submit the necessary data and review the results
- How Do I Use SMS To Check CBSE Results 2023?
You may also check your results through SMS if you are unable to access DigiLocker or the official CBSE results website. Students must text CBSE 12 (roll number) (school number) (center number) to 7738299899 in order to do this. Then, within a few whiles, the CBSE results are shown on the screen.
Later, schools will also hand out paper copies of students’ grade reports and diplomas. In addition, the CBSE Class 12 mark sheet includes information on the students’ names and personal information, the grades they received in each subject, their overall grade, and their pass/compartment status. For the CBSE 2023 exams, there were more than 38 lakh eligible pupils. Of these 38 lakh kids, more than 16 lahks were in class 12, and more than 21 lahks were in class 10.
This year’s CBSE Class 12 board exams were held from February 15 to April 5. The practical exams for grades 10 and 12 were administered by the board between January 2 and January 14 of this year. The CBSE has decided not to give pupils first, second, or third divisions to prevent unhealthy rivalry.
According to the board, 0.1% of students who received the highest scores across all disciplines will get merit certificates. For example, in the Class 12 CBSE examinations of 2023, 1.36 percent of students received scores of 95% or higher, while 6.80 percent of students had scores of 90% or higher.
#WATCH | Around 17 lakh candidates appeared in the class 12 board exams. The result percentage is a little lesser than last year. Girls have again performed very well, more than 90% pass percentage was recorded in girls. If any student scores less than 33% marks in one subject… pic.twitter.com/h70WzPCR2w
— ANI (@ANI) May 12, 2023