Updated: July 30, 2021 2:31:45 pm
CBSE Board Class 12th Result 2021: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today announced the Class 12 results. The students can check their marks at results.gov.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.gov.in. CBSE Class 12 result will be available at other digital platforms like the DigiLocker website – digilocker.gov.in. CBSE results will also be available via SMS, IVRS and the UMANG app.
The CBSE results for Class 12 students has been prepared on the basis of an alternative means of assessment, as the examinations could not be conducted due to the pandemic. A special committee was formed by the board to devise this criterion. The marks for practicals and internal assessments have been uploaded by schools, and the last date given for the same was June 28.
— DigiLocker (@digilocker_ind) July 30, 2021
CBSE Board Class 12th Result 2021: How to check marks online
Step 1: Visit the official website cbseresults.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the result link available on the homepage
Step 3: Log-in using credentials
Step 4: Result will appear, take a print out of the scorecard for further reference
According to the formula, the theory marks of each subject will be computed using 40 percent from the marks they got in the subjects in pre-boards or mid-term exams held by their schools earlier this year, 30 percent from their Class 11 final exam marks, and 30 percent from their Class 10 board exam results. This will be added to the actual marks that they got in their Class XII internal assessments and practicals for a subject.
— CBSE HQ (@cbseindia29) July 30, 2021
Last year, the Board saw 12.06 lakh students appearing for Class 12 examinations. Of these students, 10.59 lakh students cleared the exams, bringing the pass percentage up to 88.78%.
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