The CBSE has declared the Class 12th Result 2018 on its official websites that are cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. The secretary at HRD Ministry, Anil Swaroop made this announcement from his official Twitter handle. All the students who are eagerly waiting for the CBSE 12th Result 2018 can now check it on the official website of CBSE. The result for CBSE Class 12th is now available on their official websites. You can also visit our website to check all the details and notifications regarding the CBSE 12th Result 2018.
The CBSE Class 12 Examinations were scheduled to end on April 13, 2018 but they were delayed till April 27due to paper leak reports. According to reports, 11,86,306 students had registered for Class 12 examinations which were held at 4,138 centres in India and 71 centres abroad. According to stats, more boys had called up the CBSE counselling helpline with their stress-related queries during exams this year.
In 2017, nearly 11 lakh candidates — 6,38,865 boys and 4,60,026 girls — registered for the CBSE Class 12 examinations against 10.67 lakh in 2016. Last year, the topper was Raksha Gopal from Amity International School in Noida. The CBSE topper scored 99.6 per cent, while the second topper Bhumi Sawant of Chandigarh scored 99.4 per cent.
Around 28 lakh students registered to appear for the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 examinations this year. More than 16,38,420 candidates registered for the Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centres across India and 78 centres abroad. For Class 12, 11,86,306 candidates registered and the exams were held at 4,138 centres in India and 71 centres outside the country.
“CBSE has partnered with Google for the first time to host the board’s Class 10 and Class 12 results on the search engine,” the board’s spokesperson Rama Sharma told sources. The students will be able to check their results on Google by searching for CBSE Class 12 result. They will have to key in the required details to login and check their results.
The CBSE is the top board that looks after the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. The board has been the part of the long history that has seen the development of school-level education in India. The CBSE took the final shape that it operates today in the year 1952.