Here are the latest updates on CBSE class 12th result 2021
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducts class 12th board exams for more than a million students annually. In 2021, CBSE class 10th and 12th students had to face prolonged uncertainty on whether the board exams will be held or not. Further, exam cancellation raised concerns regarding the marking scheme. Now, students are anxiously waiting for the CBSE class 12th result 2021.
When the Education Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan was asked for the exact date of result declaration, he remarked that the process is still underway. Media reports suggest that the CBSE class 12th result 2021 would be released well before 31st July. The Supreme Court had earlier directed all the boards to declare their results before July end. It means students can expect their results this week. While the results season is always the most stressful time for students, corona made it even worse. Looking at the previous year’s trends, the board may declare class 12th results a day or two before class 10th results.
Expected CBSE class 12th result 2021 date and time
CBSE had provided an extended window to schools for submitting class 12 student’s compiled marks which ended on 25th July. Media reports claim that the moderation work is also concluded. CBSE result publishing website layout was modified on 26th July suggesting final stage preparations. It indicates that the board may publish the result anytime now. As far as the time of result declaration is concerned, the results are usually published after 11 AM. Board officials advise students to keep visiting CBSE’s official website and its Twitter page for the latest update. If the trend is followed, the Minister of Education would officially declare the results and the links will be activated thereafter.
How can you check the CBSE 12th result 2021?
Students will get a direct link on the board’s official website to check CBSE 12th result 2021. The official websites are as follows:
After the results get published, you can log on to cbseresults.nic.in and click on the provided link. Fill in your credentials to view your result and print it.
Besides, there are several other ways through which you can get your CBSE class 12th result 2021. You can log in to your DigiLocker account through its portal or mobile application and download your marksheet directly from its ‘Education’ section. You can also get your Passing Certificate, Marksheet, and other associated certificates through this portal. However, Students will need to collect their original marksheets from their schools.
The board has decided to facilitate the results to the students through IVRS and SMS services. You can also access your marks through the UMANG mobile application. You will need a registered account and valid sign-in credentials to access your CBSE class 12th result 2021 through these apps.
The Expected pass percentage for CBSE class 12th result
The percentage of passing students increased from 83.40% in 2019 to 88.78% in 2020. This year the results are based on internal assessment and previous year performances thus, the expected pass percentage for CBSE class 12th result is even higher. The pass percentage for CBSE class 12th result may also reach 99%, at par with several state boards.
Some other CBSE 12th result 2021 updates
There are various other CBSE 12th result 2021 updates relevant to the students. These are as follows:
- CBSE will only issue the Hard copies of Migration Certificates to students who demand for it.
- Duplicate copies of academic documents can be procured online from the Duplicate Academic Document System (DADS) portal.
- CBSE has announced the provision of optional exams for students who are unsatisfied with their scores through the alternative assessment scheme. The optional exams can be expected to hold between 15 August and 15 September.
- If any school fails to follow CBSE’s moderation policy, their results will be declared separately.
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