The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) is all prepared to declare the Class 10 and 12 results within this month. According to CBSE’s Examination Controller Sanyam Bharadwaj, the Class 10 results are likely to be released by July 20, 2021. However, students can expect the Class 12 results by July 31, 2021.
Keeping in mind the amount of rush that is usually seen on CBSE’s official website on the day of results, the Board has decided to make the results accessible via DigiLocker. DigiLocker is an online repository introduced by the Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology. Hence, students can get their mark sheets, pass certificates, etc. of Class 10 and 12 from DigiLocker on the day of declaration of results.
Students have to use the mobile numbers that they have registered with CBSE to access their mark sheets. But firstly, they have to create an account on DigiLocker. To create an account, visit accounts.digitallocker.gov.in and enter the name and date of birth as per the Aadhar card. Now, insert the registered mobile number and generate a six-digit security PIN. Then, enter the email ID followed by their Aadhar card number. Lastly, click on the submit button and set a username.
DigiLocker is also available on the Play Store. Students can either access the website or download the app. After downloading the app, they can head straight to the ‘education’ section and click on CBSE. Depending on their class, they must select the pass certificate and the mark sheet. Using the registered mobile number, the students will have to log in and get access to their mark sheets.
In addition to DigiLocker, the UMANG app and website also allows students to check their results. Alternatively, to get results via SMSs, students can type <CBSE 10>Space<Roll No.>Space<Admit card number> and send it to 7738299899. Websites like examresults.net, indiaresults.com, and results.nic.in will also be available to access the results.
Due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, CBSE had decided to cancel the board exams for classes 10 and 12. Hence, to evaluate the students, the Board has formulated a marks tabulation policy based on which the results will be declared. Bharadwaj has also stated that those students who are not satisfied with their marks will get an option to sit for a re-examination. CBSE has also advised the schools to restrict students from getting more than 95% in their Class 12 Board. In case any school is found to breach this rule, the Board will itself moderate the marks before releasing the results.