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CBSE Class 12th Result – Awaited

SOURCE: The Quint


The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the result this year on the 2nd of May for 12th Class.

The board will be following the usual method of releasing the results online. This year, compared to previous years, the results were out early, which includes compartment as well as revaluation results.

Students have been desperately waiting for the results. It is the result of this exam that decides their academic future, and therefore, it is extremely crucial for them. 

CBSE Class 12th Result 2017

The CBSE results for 2017 were announced on 28th May 2017. The eighth-month long wait for the students was finally over. CBSE locked results for over 11 lakh students. The top 10 results are:

  • Raksha Gopal
  • Bhumi Sawant
  • Mannat Luthra and Aditya Jain

Other highlights

  1. The overall pass percentage increased marginally to 83.4%.
  2. Last year the percentage was 83.02%
  3. Girls outperformed than boys by 9%
  4. 88.7% of girls passed the exam
  5. 79.4%  of boys passed the exam

CBSE Class 12th Result 2017 Date

CBSE board conducted the senior secondary examination from 15th February to April 4th.

Around 11 lakh to 13 lakh students appeared for the exam. After a lot of speculations, the final date of the result was decided as 28th May for 12th grade.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2018

The secretary at HRD Ministry Anil Swaroop made the official announcement from his official twitter handle about the announcement of the results. The results went online on May 26th, 2018.

This year around 11 lakh students registered for the examination. The top 10 results are:

  • Karishma Arora and Hansika Shukla (499/500)
  • Lavanya Jha (487/500)
  • Meghna Srivastava (499/500)
  • Anoushka Chandra (498/500)
  • Vijay Ganesh (492/500)
  • Pooja Kumari (489)

Other Highlights

  • Out of 11.06 lakh students, 9, 18,763 students passed the examination.
  • Girls outperformed boys by 9.32% 
  • The pass percentage for girls is 88.3%
  • The pass percentage for boys is 78.9%

CBSE Class 12th Result 2018 Date

The examination was scheduled to end on April 13.

Due to a paper leak of subjects like economics and mathematics, students gave the exam again. Hence the exams ended by the end of April month.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2019

Class 12th got their results earlier this year. It was released around the first week of May 2019. The result date was officially announced before releasing it online. The top 10 results are:

  • Veeraj Jindal and Mehak Talwar (497/500)
  • Hansika Shukla and Karishma Arora (499/500)
  • Gaurangi Chawla and Aishwarya (498/500)
  • Bhavya and Ayushi Upadhyay (498/500)
  • Parth Saini and Ananya Goel (497/500)

Other Highlights

  1. Around 12 lakh students appeared for the examination.
  2. 10 lakh students passed the examination
  3. Trivandrum has the highest passing rates with 98.2%
  4. There was an increase in 0.39% in the pass percentage

CBSE Class 12th Result 2019 Date

The result of class 12th examination was declared on May 2, 2019. The results were declared early than previous years.

CBSE Class 12th Results

Students can check their results online on the official websites cbseresults.nic.in, cbse.nic.in, results.gov.in. In this students need to put their roll number in the box to check their results. The online result can be accessed henceforth. 

  • The official record of the class 12th scorecard is with your school.
  • If students want to opt for a re-evaluation of the board exam paper, they can apply for the same after the results are out.
  • The printouts of online results are not considered in colleges or universities hence the mark sheet is an important document.
  • After the announcement of results, the board announces compartmental exams for those who have failed in a few subjects.
  • The results can be saved in a PDF format.

CBSE Class 12th Result Date

The tentative dates for the following year are February 20th, 2020 to the first week of March 2020.

The practical exams will be held in the month of February and January. It is decided according to the schools and junior colleges.

CBSE Class 12th Physics

Physics is one of the major subjects for science students. It holds 70% of marks in the marking system of physics as a subject. The practice of this subject is held before the written examination.

  • Section A consists of 20 questions, each is a 1 mark question.
  • Section B consists of 7 questions, each is a 2 mark question.
  • Section C consists of 7 questions, each is a 3 mark question.
  • Section D consists of 3 questions; each is a 5 mark question.
  • The total marks come down to 70.

How to crack physics

  • Students who are weak in maths and have not taken maths as their optional subject must start studying from the simplest topic of physics – semiconductors. It has a good weight in the paper and scoring.
  • The next set of chapters you must go through is the Dual Nature of Radiation and Communication System which are easy to learn chapters with little weight age in the final paper.
  • Take up the other important and difficult topics hereafter.
  • Try to solve as many objective questions as possible to gain full marks in 1 mark questions.

CBSE Class 12 Question Papers Last 10 Years

The question papers of class 12 subjects come on two languages. These languages are Hindi and English. Below given are images of question papers of Chemistry, Economics, English, Biology and Business Studies.

2019 Chemistry:

2018 Chemistry:

2017 Chemistry:

2019 Economics:

2CBSE Economic 20182

CBSE Economics 2016

CBSE English

CBSE English

CBSE English

2019 Biology

CBSE 2018

2017 Biology:


2019 Business Studies

2018 Business Studies:

2017 Business Studies:

CBSE Class 12 Physics Question Paper

2019:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2019-physics

2018:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2018-physics

2017:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2017-exam-all-india-scheme-physics

CBSE Class 12 Maths Question Paper

2019:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2019-mathematics

2018:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2018-mathematics

2017:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2017-exam-all-india-scheme-mathematics

CBSE Class 12 Accountancy Question Paper

2019:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2019-accountancy

2018:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2018-accountancy

2017:

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2017-exam-delhi-scheme-accountancy

CBSE Class 12 Passing Certificate Online

Following the announcement of class 12 results, arrangements will be made by CBSE for the distribution of mark sheets. Students can collect their reports from their respective schools once the mark sheets are sent to the school officials. The results that are downloaded online or printed are only for information sakes. 

  • Students must make sure they collect their mark sheets as the original copy is the only document that validates their marks. 
  • The mark sheets will be made available shortly after the declaration of results.
  • The passing certificate is usually available after a few days in your school/junior college along with the mark sheet.
  • Students can download these documents on softcopy through DigiLocker present on the official website of CBSE.
  • Students need to register in this app to get a migration certificate, passing certificate and mark sheet in softcopy.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2016

The results were announced in May 2016. Around 14 lakh students appeared for the exam. The top 10 results are:

  • Sukirti Gupta (497/500)
  • Palak Goyal  and Somya Uppal (496/500)
  • Ajish Sekar (495/500)
  • Anshul Bhadauria and  Ayush Jain (493/500)
  •  Harshita Sharma (491/500)
  • Mudita Jagota (485/500)
  • Sumedha Pathak (455/500)

Other Highlights

  • 6.2 lakh boys gave the examination
  • 4.4 girls gave the examination
  • There was an increase of 2.65% in the number of students
  • The pass percentage of boys and girls were 78.85% and 88.5%

CBSE Class 12 Physics Syllabus

Physics can be a difficult subject for students after their transition from the 10th. There are many important concepts involved in the subject. It is an improvisation of the 10th syllabus of physics.

  • Electrostatics – 15 Marks
  • Current Electricity 
  • Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism – 16 Marks
  • Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current 
  • Electromagnetic Waves -17 Marks
  • Optics
  • Dual Nature of Matter – 10 Marks
  • Atoms & Nuclei
  • Electronic Devices – 12 Marks
  • Communication Systems 

CBSE Class 12 Maths Syllabus

UnitTopicMarks
I.Relations and Functions10
II.Algebra13
III.Calculus44
IV.Vectors and 3-D Geometry17
V.Linear Programming06
VI.Probability10
 Total100

CBSE Class 12 Maths NCERT Solutions

(https://mycbseguide.com/blog/ncert-solutions-class-12-maths-exercise-13-1/)

CBSE Class 12 Admit Card

The admit card of class 12th CBSE Board Examination is an important document for entry purposes.

Your name, school name, and other details are mentioned. The admit card is provided to you after the school releases you from any fee dues.

CBSE Class 12th Admit Card 2019

  • Admit Card is required for entry in the examination hall.
  • It is also proof that you’ve registered for the exam
  • You can download the admit card from the official website of CBSE for those who’re giving private exam
  • For regular students, they need to obtain it from their respective school.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2015

The result of class 12th in 2015 was released on May 25. More than 10 lakh students appeared this year. From this year onwards the grading system started. The top performers are:

  • M Gayatri (496/500)
  • Mythili Mishra ((495/500)
  • B Arjun and Saurabh Bhambri (495/500)
  • Poonam Kumari and Gurwinder Singh Saini  (494/500)
  • S Nishok Kaur (494/500)

Other Highlights

  • Around 6.3 lakh boys appeared for the exam
  • Around 4.2 lakh girls appeared for the exam
  • Students appearing for the exam increased by 9.32%
  • The passing percentage increased by 1% approximately.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2014

The result of class 12th in 2014 was released on May 29. More than 10 lakh students appeared this year. The top performers are:

  • Sarthak Agarwal (99.6%)
  • G. Harishankar 
  • R. Sreela
  • Ashish Hooda
  • Sanchi Kathpalia
  • Mugdh Sethi
  • Vasudha Dixit

Other Highlights

  • Thiruvananathapuram had a pass percentage of 94.2%
  • In Delhi region, boys had pass percentage upto 83.4%
  • In Delhi, Region girls had a pass percentage of 90.1%
  • There was a rise in 0.6% for the passing percentage from 2013.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2013

The result of class 12th in 2013 was released on May 27. More than 9 lakh students appeared this year. The top performers are:

  • Paras Sharma (99%)
  • Sopan Khosla

Other Highlights

  • The percentage of appearing increased upto 15% from 2012.
  • Girls outperformed boys by passing an average percentage of 87.8%
  • Boys had an average passing percentage of 77.8%
  • The pass percentage increased by 1.91% from 2012.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2012

The result of class 12th in 2012 was released on May 28. More than 8 lakh students appeared this year. The top performers are:

  • Mohammad Ismat
  • Kshitij Jain (98%)
  • Himanshi Khatri (97.6%)

Other Highlights

  • Girls outperformed boys by passing an average percentage of 90.6%
  • Boys had an average passing percentage of 89.7%
  • The passing percentage all over India was 80% this year
  • There was an increase of 5% of students appearing in the exam

CBSE Class 12th Result Name Wise

CBSE releases its result for Class 12th usually in the month of May. Students can check their results via their roll no. in the Admit Card. Other details like date of birth, father’s name are filled.

  • Visit the official website of CBSE results to obtain result wise name i.e. cbseresults.nic.in
  • Now towards the right, click on News and Events Section.
  • For Class 12th result, click on CBSE Result for 12th
  • The result will be opened on the screen, students can take a screenshot and print it out for future use.

CBSE Class 12th Result 2019 Topper

Class 12th got their results earlier this year. It was released around the first week of May 2019. The result date was officially announced before releasing it online. The top 10 results are:

  • Veeraj Jindal and Mehak Talwar (497/500)
  • Hansika Shukla and Karishma Arora (499/500)
  • Gaurangi Chawla and Aishwarya (498/500)

How to become a CBSE Topper

  • Don’t be hard on yourself; study for short hours.
  • Solve as many sample/previous year question papers as you can
  • Solve previous year question papers (at least last 10 years)
  • Revision is very important
  • Avoid unnecessary tension and focus
  • Understand the concepts instead of mugging them
  • Have confidence in your answers
  • Be clear about the topics
  • Practice hard questions
  • Read NCERT books for the exams

CBSE Class 12th Result 2018 Topper

The secretary at HRD Ministry Anil Swaroop made the official announcement from his official twitter handle about the announcement of the results. The results went online on May 26th, 2018. This year around 11 lakh students registered for the examination. The top 10 results are:

  • Karishma Arora and Hansika Shukla (499/500)
  • Lavanya Jha (487/500)
  • Meghna Srivastava (499/500)

CBSE Class 12th Hindi Syllabus 2018-19

How to check CBSE 12th results?

Since lakhs of students will be accessing the official website all at the same time, there are high chances of the website to crash or for some technical glitch to take place.

There are 3 to 4 ways in which students can check their results. Here we are listing a few steps to find access to the results without any hassle of any kind :

  • 1st step: Enter the official website mentioned above. You will see a window appear for login.
  • 2nd step: Enter the link, and you will come across a new page to input your information.
  • 3rdstep: Enter your roll number, center number and school number as given on the admit card.
  • 4th step: Once you have finished entering your details, enter ‘submit.’ Your Result will appear on the screen.
  • 5th step: Take a careful look at your results and print a few copies.
  • Keep a downloaded copy of your 12thresult on your phone and the computer. You can check your result via SMS as well.
  • You must type “CBSE” space “10-digit roll number” from the mobile number that you have registered.
  • Following that, you can send it to the following number depending on which network retailer you use :
Reliance / JioUsers58888111
Idea Users58888111
BSNL Users57766
Vodafone Users58888111
Airtel Users58888111

You will be charged 50 paise per roll number.

  • Another way to download your results through SMS is to enter your <10-digit roll number><school number><center number>. You can after that sends these details to 7738299899 from any network connection.
  • The full form of IVRS is Interactive Voice Responsive System. It is an online method to check your results. For this, you need to dial the following number:
  1. 011 – 24300699 (NIC) – for subscribers in Delhi
  2. 011 – 28127030 (MTNL) – for local subscribers

CBSE Class 12th Fine Arts Sample Paper with Answers

Fine arts are an optional subject for class 12 CBSE students. It is a scoring subject and hence many students opt for it. Let us see how you can get good marks in Fine Arts:

  • Your answer should be well presented.
  • Use familiar answer structure
  • Highlight significant points
  • Study unit wise
  • Read the characteristics, salient features of all kinds of miniatures in the syllabus.

https://cbseportal.com/class-12/papers/2019-painting

CBSE Class 12 Admit Card 2019 Private Candidate

CBSE gives the students an option to appear for the exam privately. In this case, the answer sheets are not checked by the CBSE board but the school you are studying in. Let us see how you can obtain the admit card as a private student:

  • Go to the official website https://cbseonline.ernet.in/pvtform/pvtAdmCard.aspx
  • Students are given 3 choices; they can enter their application number, the previous roll no. and year, or candidate name.
  • For the first option, they need to enter the application number
  • For the second option, they need to enter their previous year roll number along with the year
  • For the third option, students need to enter details like their name, mother’s name and father’s name
  • After this click on proceed button
  • The admit card is then displayed on the screen
  • Download or print the admit card 
  • Read the instructions as well given in the admit card.
  • Check for confirmation of your details.

CBSE Class 12 Result Re-evaluation

Students, who can be unsatisfied with their CBSE 12th Results 2019, can opt for rechecking a re-evaluation.

CBSE will be announced for the same when the results will be declared.

The student’s marks are first sent for re-tallying and rechecking to ensure that there has been no mistake in the calculation of the marks. 

  1. As soon as the results are declared, a window for a re-evaluation of marks opens for the students.
  2. They check whether the answer is evaluated properly or not.
  3. In case of further re-evaluation, the examiner checks for the mistakes and give fresh marks
  4. It is done only for 10 questions
  5. The fee for re-evaluation is Rs. 100 per subject.
  6. Visit the official website for re-evaluation
  7. Click on the appropriate re-evaluation/verification link for class 12th
  8. After filling the details, upload the necessary documents as mentioned in the application form.
  9. Make the payment for the re-evaluation for the number of subject papers you wish to re-evaluate with credit/debit card payment or e-challan.
  10. Now click the submit button and take a printout of the form.

CBSE Class 12 Result Verification

Verification of answer sheet includes obtaining of answer sheet after payment of a certain amount. Students who wish to check their answer sheets can apply for this facility. The process to obtain the answer sheet is:

  • The verification cost per subject is Rs. 500 per subject.
  • The result of verification of marks is uploaded in the candidate’s login account
  • In case there is a change in marks, a letter is sent to the applicant by speed post from the regional office of CBSE
  • In case there are no changes, no letter is sent.
  • Students visit  http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/rchk2019 to apply for verification of marks
  • Those who apply for verification can get a photocopy of their answer sheet.
  • Incomplete applications will be rejected by the CBSE portal
  • Request for verification is a onetime process. You cannot apply twice.
  • Make the payment for the re-evaluation for the number of subject papers you wish to re-evaluate with credit/debit card payment or e-challan.
  • Students can take a printout of the form.

FAQs

1.How was CBSE result 2019?

The result of 2019 was very good and meticulous. The topper scores went up to 499 out of 500. The percentage system remains intact for this year as well.

2. How can I check my CBSE result of class 12 2019?

You can check your results on websites of CBSE i.e. cbseresutls.nic.in, cbse.nic.in, results.gov.in.

3. Is CBSE 12th Result Declared?

Yes, the CBSE result for class 12th was declared on 2nd May 2019.

4. What are the passing marks for 12th CBSE?

The passing percentage for students in 12th grade is 33%. If the subject is theory and practical, the students need to score 33% in each of the papers.

5. Can I change my stream after failing in class 12?

Yes, you can change your stream, as you need to re-appear for your 12th class and fill the application forms.

6. Can I do a Diploma after 12th?

Yes, you can do a diploma in various courses which is usually 1 to 2 years long.

7. What if I fail in the additional subjects in 12th boards?

If a student fails in an additional subject, they’re considered to be passing and sent to the next class.

8. Can I change my stream from arts to commerce after 12th?

No, you cannot change your stream from arts to commerce after 12th.

9. Can I give maths paper on the 12th if not having on 11th?

No, you cannot give maths paper on the 12th if you didn’t choose it for 11th.


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