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Countdown to CBSE results

The wait is almost over with the CBSE Class XII results being declared for Chennai and Thiruvananthapuram regions on Monday.

Examinees in Patna can expect their results either on Tuesday or the day after, sources said.

While the CBSE Class X results were declared on May 20, Class XII results would be out after a gap of six days.

“Over 1 lakh students from the Patna region (Bihar and Jharkhand) have taken the Class XII examination this year. The results, whatever we have learnt, would be declared on Wednes- day,” K.K. Jain, deputy secretary, Patna region, told The Telegraph.

However, the sources said the results would most likely to be announced on Tuesday. It was on the same date (May 27) that the CBSE Class XII results were announced last year.

This year, a total of 10,29,874 candidates had registered for the examination. The figures said 6,03,064 were boys and 4,26,810 were girls among the total number of candidates.

The sources said that the results for the Delhi and northern region are likely to be out on Tuesday.

A students can check his/her result on the board’s official website — www.cbseresults.nic.in.

Students who appeared for the CBSE board exams this year can also dial a toll-free number — 1800118004 — from any part of the country and get in touch with the operator for general queries related to result or with counsellors for one-on-one counselling from 8am to 10pm till June 10.

The students can access their results on www.cbse.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in, www.results.gov.in and www.results.nic.in.

The schools in Patna, the sources said, have already registered themselves with the CBSE website for getting the school results. The schools have to provide affiliation code, examination code/school code and email address. However, a student can just put his/her roll number on the CBSE website to get details of the results.


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