CBSE 12TH class results 2021 have been declared on July 30, 2021.
The CBSE 12th result download can be done on CBSE’s official website, the DigiLocker app, among others.
Results are based on past performance and assessments of the students as the 12th Board exams were cancelled due to COVID.
The class 12th CBSE results are finally out and can be seen for all streams whether commerce, science, or arts on the official website at cbseresults.nic.in. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has today announced results for over 14 lakh 12th class students in India. This is the first-ever result given by the board without conducting exams. The 12th class exams were cancelled due to Covid and now the CBSE board has announced the results based on the candidate’s previous performance and assessments.
The mark sheets are now available for download at the official CBSE sites, CBSE.nic.in, and cbseresults.nic.in. Students can also download their mark sheets from the Digi locker facility at digilocker.gov.in.
As the Class 12 exams were not held this year in India because of the Covid crisis, students didn’t receive any admit cards with their roll numbers. The results of the 12th class have been declared today and now the CBSE board has activated the window to access the roll numbers.
This year the number of students who scored 90+ is almost the same as last year. Schools have reportedly given high scores to their students, however, CBSE has asked them to follow rationalisation methodology. This year over 1,50,000 students scored more than 90% in the exams.
The class 12th CBSE results will be based on the marks obtained in Class 10 exams, the performance in school examinations in class 11 and 12 as well as the practical and performance in school in the last six years. The theory paper evaluation is 30 percent weightage has been given to Class 10th, 30 percent to class 11 marks, and 40 percent weightage to Class 12 marks based on unit test/mid-term/pre-board exams. In case students are unhappy with their marks, they can give an optional exam for CBSE Class 12 students.
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How to check roll numbers for class 12th
To check your roll numbers students have to go to the official CBSE website.
1. First, go to the official CBSE site - cbse.gov.in/cbsenew/cbse.html
2. Next Scroll down and click on ‘Roll Number Finder’
3. Then click on the Continue button
How to check CBSE Results 2021 on cbseresults.nic.in?
To check your results, go to the official CBSE website and enter your roll number and school number. Follow the steps mentioned below.
1.First, go to the official website- cbseresults.nic.in
2.Next click on the link that says ‘CBSE Class 12 result declared’
3.Then Submit the registration number, roll number, and other log-in credentials
4.You will be able to see your CBSE Class 12 results 2021 on the screen
5.Next download your CBSE Class 12th mark sheet. You can also take a printout of your mark sheet for future reference.
How to use Digilocker site to check result
You can also check your results via the Digilocker website. Enter your roll number, class, and school number to download CBSE Digilocker results.
1. To check 12TH class CBSE results visit the DigiLocker website – www.digilocker.gov.in
2. Next on the homepage click on the link that says Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Sign-up is available on the upper left corner of the homepage of the website.
3. Choose Class 12 passing certificate or Class 12-mark sheet (whichever is required).
4. Login with your registered mobile number and you can access your mark sheet
5. Students can also use their Aadhaar Card number to log in.
6. You can also download CBSE 12th results for future reference.
How to use Digilocker App to check result
Digilocker app can be used to download your mark sheet and view your 12th class results.
2.Open the app and tap on Access Digilocker
3.Next, input your registered mobile number. Please note that the number should be the same as the one provided at the time of CBSE registration.
4.Now you can access your CBSE mark sheet and see your certificate.