CBSE Class 12th 2019 Results Announced


The Central Board of Secondary Education released the Class 12 result on the 2nd of May 2019 (yesterday).

Hansika Shukla of DPS Ghaziabad and Karishma Arora of SD Public school, Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh have secured 499 out of 500, emerging as joint toppers. Vijay Ganesh from Kerala secured the first place in the differently able category with a score of 492.

The total pass percentage recorded this year is 83.4%. Girls, as usual, have outperformed everyone else by a margin of 9%. The city with the highest pass percentage of 98.2% happens to be Thiruvananthapuram. This is followed by Chennai and Delhi with 92.93% and 91.87% respectively.

The Class 12 CBSE examination was held between from 15th February to 3rd April 2019. Over 31 lakh candidates appeared for this years examination. The number of students who have scored 90% and above is 94,299. The number of students with a percentile of 95 and above is 17,693. The CBSE board exam for Class 12 took place in the month of February and March 2019. The CBSE class 12 results have definitely bought much-needed cheer and respite for most students and parents across the country.

The Steps to Check CBSE Class 12th Result 2019 are as follows

  • Open the CBSE websites or
  • On the homepage, select ‘Results’
  • Choose the CBSE Class 12th Result 2019 link
  • Input admit card details and other credentials
  • The CBSE Class 12 Result results will appear on the screen
  • Make sure to download and print out the result

The Class 12 examination was conducted in 4,974 centers across the nation and in 78 centers abroad. The board has announced the results in record time i.e 28 days from the date of the last examination.

The other interesting feature introduced this year by the board is that they have partnered with Google to host the results on the search engine. This provides direct and easy access to check one’s results. All one needs to do is enter their registration number.

The results can be accessed through SMS service. This has been enabled by the Microsoft application’s SMS organizer. The student must register their roll number, school code and the date of birth respectively.


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