As always that results will be declared on CBSE official website, but one can look at the results through different mediums.
With CBSE 10th board class results are expected to be released today in India, many aspirants are keen to know their results. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the results of Class 10 anytime today.
However, getting the report card becomes a tedious tasks both for the parents and students. As always that results will be declared on CBSE official website, but one can look at the results through different mediums. In this article, we will discuss different ways to check the Class 10th CBSE results.
Using the CBSE official website
Students can easily check for the results on CBSE official website by simply going to case results.nic.in. Alternatively, one can also go to cbse.nic.in and follow the instructions:
Once the results are out, one will the link that will direct to Senior School Certificate Examination (Class X) Results 2019.
There you will be asked to enter CBSE Class 10 roll number, school and exam centre number.
Enter the details and click Submit. Once done, the results will be shown on the screen and one can also download for offline viewing.
Google has recently partnered with CBSE to showcase the results. The search engine giant will put a result tool just above the search results, which will allow students to view their results directly on google.
In order to do this, one needs to search on Google using keywords ‘Class 10 results’, ‘CBSE Class 10 results’ or ‘check CBSE Class 10 results’ and the tool will be shown at the top.
Students then need to enter CBSE roll number, exam centre number, school number and admit card ID number and press the Check the Exam Results button. Once done, Google will show the result.
Using the Microsoft SMS Organizer application
Microsoft recently announced that students and parents will be able to view Class 10 results directly on the SMS Organizer app. Users need to download the Microsoft SMS Organizer app and follow these instructions:
Log in to the app with your primary phone number and set it as the default SMS app. You’ll be greeted with a notification at the top about the upcoming CBSE Board results, tapping on which you can pre-register to get results.
Enter the required details – roll number, school code, and date of birth to complete the registration process.
At the time of result declaration, you’ll receive all the score and relevant details through a scorecard, even when you’re not connected to the internet.
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