Students can check their results on the official CBSE website– results.cbse.nic.in.
CBSE Class 12 results declared on May 12
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has declared the results of Class 12 board examinations 2023. Students can check their results on the official CBSE website– results.cbse.nic.in. They can also check their results on cbseresults.nic.in, as well as on the Digilocker app and UMANG academic apps. Students will have to use 6-digit security pins to access and download their marksheets on the DigiLocker app. The students can get their 6-digit security pins from their respective schools after downloading the Security PIN file from CBSE’s official website– Parinam Manjusha.
How to check results on official CBSE website
Step 1: Visit the official CBSE website
Step 2: Select ‘CBSE Class 12 Results 2023’ link
Step 3: Key in your required credentials– board exam roll number, date of birth, school number and admit card ID
Step 4: Your CBSE Class 12 Result 2023 will reflect on screen
Step 5: Download and keep a printout for future use
Steps to check scores on DigiLocker
Step 1: Open the DigiLocker app/website
Step 2: Sign in/create account
Step 3: Look for CBSE section on homepage or select CBSE under categories section
Step 4: Provide the required information and check scores
The CBSE Class 12 marksheet comprises details such as name and personal details of students, marks scored in each subject, total marks, and pass/compartment status. Over 38 lakhs students eligible were for the CBSE 2023 examinations. 87.33 per cent of the students who appeared in board exams passed this year, a decline of over 5 per cent compared to last year. The pass percentage stood at 92.71 per cent in 2022.
Girls outshined boys this year as well. Pass percentage of female students is 6 per cent better than their male counterparts. Kerala’s Trivandrum zone performed the best with 99.91 per cent, followed by Bengaluru and Chennai. Among schools, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya outdid every school with a pass percentage of more than 97 per cent.
Those who are not satisfied with their results can apply for rechecking of their results as well. Students who want to do better can appear for compartment exam later this year.
CBSE Class 12 board exams were conducted from Februrary 15 to April 5 this year. Meanwhile, the CBSE has decided that it will not award first, second and third divisions to students to avoid unhealthy competition. The board said it will award merit certificates to the 0.1 per cent of students who have scored the highest marks in subjects. The board spent around Rs 1.17 crore to provide water to students and around Rs 1.95 crore was earmarked towards providing COVID essentials.