New Delhi: CBSE 10th 12th result is going to be released soon. The CBSE has issued notice to the affiliated schools, regional office and examination department.
It states that Bakri Eid is on July 21, 2021. In view of the festival, many schools have demanded a holiday on July 21.
July 21 is also a public holiday, but everyone knows that all the school boards are busy preparing the results.
Schools should also be aware that to complete the result work by the last date and to help the schools, all the regional offices of CBSE will remain open from 10 am to 5 pm on Bakri Eid i.e. July 21.
It has been said in the notice that July 22 is the last date to finalize the 10th and 12th results. CBSE has also said in the notice that the board has received some questions and requests through email and WhatsApp. An FAQ is being developed for this. It is expected that it will be made available to the schools by 12 noon on July 21. After which the school will be able to take necessary steps.
Information given by the controller of examination
CBSE Controller of Examinations (Patna) Sanyam Bhardwaj has said that I am confident that we will be able to prepare the 12th result on time. Schools may face some difficulties in this process, as the result (CBSE Board Result 2021) is being prepared for the first time in this manner.
CBSE is committed to provide best service to all schools. To check CBSE Board 10th Result 2021, you should contact your respective school for your required roll number information. It may be mentioned that the schools were allotted by the CBSE board while issuing the LOCs for internal assessment.
Know how to check your result
- To see the result, first of all go to the official website of CBSE, cbse.gov.in.
- Click on the Result tab.
- A new page will open CBSE Exam Result.
- Click on the link for CBSE Class 10 Result and CBSE Class 12 Result.
- Enter your Roll Number, Center Number, School Number and Admit Card ID.
- Click on the submit option.
- Your result will appear on the screen.
- Download it and keep it for future.
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