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CBSE Board Result 2021: CBSE announces deadline, 10-12 result may come on this day The Central Board of Secondary Education has announced a deadline for preparing the results of Std. 10 and 12 (CBSE Board Result 2021). Although Goat Eid is being celebrated across the country, the CBSE has issued a notice with a deadline of July 22 to prepare the results. The last date for preparation of CBSE Std 10 and Std 12 results (CBSE 10th 12th Result 2021) is 22nd July 2021.
The CBSE said that all the regional offices of the CBSE will be open on Bakri Eid i.e. July 21 from 10 am to 5 pm. The CBSE was scheduled to announce the results of the standard 10 board by July 20, according to its schedule.
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However, the board has now clarified that it will take a few more days to announce the standard 10 result. Information provided by the Director of Examinations CBSE Director of Examinations (Patna) Samyam Bhardwaj said, “I am confident that we will be able to prepare the standard 12 result in time.” Schools may face some difficulties in this process, as this is the first time the result is being prepared in this way. The CBSE Board is committed to helping schools with all they need. The CBSE said that the roll number required by the students to view the result of CBSE Board Result 2021 will have to be obtained from the school.
How the result will be seen To check the result
- first go to CBSE’s official facial website, cbse.gov.in.
- Click on the Results tab A new page will open CBSE Exam Results Click on the link of CBSE Standard 10 Result and CBSE Standard 12 Result.
- Enter your roll number, center number, school number and admit card ID.
- Click on the submit option.
- You will see your result on the screen.
- Download the result and save it for future reference.
This year, the CBSE did not conduct board exams for both Class 10 and Class 12 students in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. It has decided to prepare Class 10 results on the basis of an alternative assessment scheme, which uses students’ performance in past exams..
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