Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is all set to announce the Class 10, 12 board exam 2022 result in July 2022, as confirmed by an official. However, there is still no clarity on the exact result date and time for the result announcement. Approximately 21.16 lakh students are ardently waiting for their results, with reports and claims coming out daily. However, with no official confirmation, these reports cannot be believed entirely.
The CBSE Class 12 term 2 board exams 2022 were held across the country from April 26 to June 15, 2022. Around the same time, term 2 exams were organized for Class 10 students, from April 26 to May 24, 2022.
Is CBSE 10th result 2022 coming out today?
Earlier this week, several reports published online claimed the CBSE result 2022 to come out today, July 04, 2022, for Class 10 students. However, owing to unknown circumstances, the announcement has been delayed.
As per a report by Times of India,
CBSE’s controller of examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj told the TOI that the 10th result will not be released today…Through the highly placed sources, we came to know that the CBSE will release the Class 10th result only in the next week. As far as the date is concerned the result will be released either on Wednesday 13th July 2022 or on Thursday 14th July 2022. Its highly likely the result will be released on or before July 13, 2022.
Thus, the expected date for the CBSE Class 10th result 2022 is July 13, 2022. An official announcement to corroborate this information is likely to come out soon.
CBSE 12th result date 2022
According to reports, the CBSE 12th result 2022 is expected to come out next week, on or before July 15, 2022. It will be announced on the newly-launched exam portal Parishka Sangam. CBSE is yet to confirm or deny these reports. However, if Class 10 results are coming out next week, scorecards for Class 12 students will also be released around the same time.
CBSE new board pattern 2022
This year, CBSE introduced a new pattern for evaluation wherein, separate board exams will be held for term 1 and term 2. To calculate the final result, performance in both terms shall be taken into consideration along with practical exams and internal assessments.
A chunk of students who were against this pattern of evaluation, protested incessantly last week. Instead of 50-50 weightage, students wanted the “best of both terms” to be considered for evaluation. CBSE is yet to respond to these demands.