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CBSE Result Class X 2012

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  • Website: http://cbseresults.nic.in
  • Regions: Delhi, Guwahati, Allahabad, Chennai, Ajmer and Panchkula

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will announce the Class X Result Exam Results in the last week of May. Candidates can get their results either through the official CBSE Results website i.e www.cbseresults.nic.in or by Email. We will keep you updated with the official Class X announcements, bookmark this page for instant access.

Abbreviations used against Result :

QUAL – Eligible for Qualifying Certificate, EIOP – Eligible for Improvement of Performance,
NIOP – Not Eligible for Improvement of Performance, XXXX – Upgradation of Performance/Additional Subject
N.E. – Not Eligibile, R.W. – Result Withheld, R.L. – Result Later, UFM – Unfairmeans, SJD – Subjudice

Text Message (SMS)

Rates for SMS for registration & communication of result per roll no. will be Rs.0.50.

Type cbse10 <rollno> Send SMS to,

  • MTNL: 52001
  • BSNL: 57766
  • Aircel: 5800002
  • IDEA: 55456068
  • Tata Docomo/Indicom: 54321, 51234,5333300
  • Airtel: 54321202, 55077
  • Vodafone: 56735
  • NIC: 9212357123

IVRS

Rates for IVRS per roll no. will be Rs. 0.30 per minute.

(a) National Informatics Centre :
24357276  – for local subscribers in Delhi
011-24357276 – for subscribers in other parts of the country

(b) MTNL :
28127030  -  for local subscribers in Delhi
011-28127030  -  for subscribers in other parts of the country

(c) Others :
55530    for IDEA subscribers
1255536   for BSNL subscribers  (Outside Delhi – Landline & Mobile)
54321223    for TATA DOCOMO subscribers
54321202    for Airtel subscribers

Class 10th Results:

Starting from last year, Class X students will be awarded GRADES from A1 TO E2. For instance, all students scoring in the range of 91% to 100% will get an AI grade while those with an aggregate between 81% and 90% will get an A2. So don’t get surprised with this twist if you are not already informed by your teachers.For more about grading system please visit http://grading.icbse.com

Post Result Tele-Counselling

The counselling will begin from the 23rd May and will continue upto 6th June. Students can dial a toll free number 1800 11 7002 from any part of the country which will give centralized access to CBSE helpline

Students will get grade points (GP) and a cumulative grade point average (CGPA). For every subject, the students will obtain a corresponding grade on the basis of which they will receive a cumulative grade point average.

CGPA will help the schools allocate different streams to students in Class XI. The system of grading will not be fair to students who score high marks, CGPA will come handy there. Students can check their percentage using the iCBSE Percentage Calculator.

How it Works:

  • Grades on a 9-point scale
  • Range from A1 (excellent) to E2 (dis-satisfactory)
  • D is the minimum pass grade A1 – above 91 score; B1 – 81 to 90; D – 33 to 40; E1 and E2 – below 33
  • Grades also carry equivalent points – 10 for A1 to 4 for D
  • Exact marks not to be revealed, but these points can be multiplied with 9.5 to get the average marks represented by grades
  • A1 will be equal to 95; A2 – 85.5; B1 – 76, B2 – 66.5; C1 – 57; C2 – 47.5
  • D will be equal to 38

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