CBSE Class 12th Results 2015 will be announced on Monday, May 25, 2015 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).
The CBSE Class 12th Board Results 2015 will be declared by 12 PM and be available for download on Board's official websites: cbse12.jagranjosh.com, cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in
In order to check their results, the students will have to submit their roll numbers.
The class 12 CBSE examinations for this year commenced on March 2.
As per reports, 10,40,368 students appeared for the Class 12 CBSE Board exams in 2015. Out of this 6,07,383 were boys and 4,32,985 were girls.
CBSE, Delhi was established in 1962.
Schools under the Delhi region are advised to collect the results from the respective zonal offices of the deputy director of education, immediately after declaration of the results by confirming the time with them.
The post-result CBSE counselling session will begin from May 25 and continue till June 8. The sessions will start daily from 8am to 10pm. CBSE has introduced a "centralized access system" (CAS) similar to that of a call centre. For better accessibility and convenience, students can also dial a toll-free number- 1800 11 8004.
This year a total of 10,40,368 students registered for the Class XII exams, which includes 6,07,383 boys and 4,32,985 girls.
The CBSE accustomed to conduct CBSE Board exams i.e. CBSE 10th board exam and CBSE 12th board exam every year in the Month of March. In similar manner CBSE has conducted CBSE 12th class exams in the month of March and April amid 1st March 2015 till 17th April 2014. Numerous students appear for the Central Board of Secondary Examination every year. This year, around 10,29,874 candidates appeared for CBSE Class 12th XII Board Exam 2015 from which the total number of boys are 6,03,064 and the total number of girls are 4,26,810 that, appeared for the CBSE XII 12th Board exam 2015. There has been an increase of 9.32 % in total number of students when compared with the last year 12th Board students. From last five years there is a change in the marking scheme of CBSE Board examination. Earlier the CBSE used to give marks in percentage (%). However, from last five years there is a change in the marking scheme of CBSE Board examination. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has introduced grading system instead of giving marks in percentages (%). Those students who feels that they need to improve their grades can reappear for the improvement examinations same year in the month of July. To get any sort of result related notifications students can register their e-mail addresses and contact numbers. This will help them to receive instant notices regarding the same. Students can also book mark the official page of the website http://results.jagranjosh.com/. This will help them to avoid chaos and misunderstanding.
In the year 2014, total number of 10,29,874 students had appeared for class 12th examinations. Also during the year 2014, the educational board experienced more of 13,000 schools registered for providing opportunities to the students to sit for the examination.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established in the year 1929, with its head office located in Delhi. It is one of the oldest and largest Board of Secondary Education in India. It has More then 16,000 affiliated schools in India and across 24 other countries of the world.
CBSE affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, all Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools and most of the schools approved by central government of India. The board conducts final examinations every spring for All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) for Class 10 and 12.
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