CBSE 12th Result 2018 – Check Your Result Now!

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the largest educational board in the Country that provides stress-free, student-centric, and holistic education without compromising on the quality. CBSE conducts the Secondary and Senior Secondary Examination across the Country. The CBSE was given its ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’ in the year 1952 and was reconstituted in the year 1962 when its jurisdiction was extended. Since education is a subject on the concurrent list of the Indian constitution – most of the states have formed their own educational boards with different curriculum. However, CBSE still has the advantage of being the most preferred board all over India. This article deals with CBSE 12th result 2018 . Read on!

CBSE 12th Board Result 2018

CBSE 12th result 2018 is as important as the exam itself! The Central Board of Secondary Education Result for class 12  will be declared on May 26th. Here, see how to check out your CBSE 12th result 2018 and some important details of the same!

CBSE 12th Result 2018 Important dates

Exam Dates of Examination Result Declaration
CBSE Class 10th Board March 5 to April 4 2018 30th May 2018
CBSE Class 12th Board March 5 to April 13 2018 26th May 2018

CBSE 12th result 2018 – How to View?

Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check their CBSE 12th results 2018.

  1. Candidates can visit the results website to check the results.
  2. Click on the respective links for checking Class 10 Results and Class 12 Results.
  3. Enter your Roll Number, School Number, and Centre Number as mentioned on the admit card.
  4. Click on the ‘Submit’ tab.
  5. Your CBSE 12th result 2018 will be displayed on the screen.
  6. Check the results carefully and download a soft copy and take printouts for future reference.

There is a possibility of candidates not being satisfied with their CBSE result 2018. Previously, CBSE used to offer the provision of re-evaluation but it canceled it according to an official CBSE notification dated 3rd October 2017. The only option that candidates have to check whether their results are displayed correctly or not is through re-verification & production of photocopies of the answer sheets, which will still be done. Candidates can apply for re-verification in the case of objection. Re-verification has many times led to increment in the scores by good margins.

Verification and Obtaining Photocopy of the Evaluated Answer Books

All the candidates who wish to apply for revaluation or rechecking need to follow the below- mentioned steps:

  • Log on to cbse.nic.in.
  • Click on the relevant revaluation link.
  • Enter your details in the fields provided.
  • Pay the fee through the online gateway or e-challan.

Fee for Verification

  • Marks Verification fee – Rs. 500 per subject.
  • Obtaining a photocopy of the evaluated answer sheets – Rs. 700 per booklet.
  • The students need to pay Rs. 100 per question.

Important guidelines regarding verifications

  • Incomplete applications and offline applications will be rejected.
  • Request for verification will only be accepted once. A second chance will not be given.
  • Only those candidates who apply online for verification of marks will be eligible to apply for obtaining a photocopy of the answer book.
  • The candidates have to apply online for marks/ grades/ photocopy of the answer book. No fees will be accepted offline, that is, through postal service.
  • The board will upload the verified marks on its website. In the case of mistake detected, a formal letter will be sent.
  • The candidates can apply for re-evaluation of marks only in English Core, English Elective (NCERT), English Elective (CBSE), Hindi Core, Hindi Elective, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Business Studies, Economics, and Accountancy. The students can get a maximum of 10 questions re-evaluated.

After Checking the CBSE 12th result 2018

Students qualifying the Class 12 board exams this year must be considering pursuing various professional courses to help their future career prospects. Students who are not sure about what field to get into after class 12 can greatly benefit from our articles on career options after Class 12 and options for PCB students after Class 12.

CBSE 2017 results analysis

  • Number of schools and exam centers: Students from over 10,673 schools gave the exams this year, and the examinations were held in a total of 3,504 exam centers.
  • Overall pass percentage: Students who registered for CBSE in 2017 stood at 10,76,761, out of which 10,20,762 appeared for the exam. Of these students, 8,37,229 passed, giving a pass percentage of 82.02 percent, which was a 1.03 percent drop from last year’s 83.05 percent.
  • Top cities ranked by pass percentage: Thiruvananthapuram has the highest pass percentage at 95.62 percent, followed by Chennai with 92.60 percent and Delhi with 88.37.
  • Gender-wise result tally: Girls did better than boys this year by 9.5 percent, with 87.50 percent girls passing the exams as against only 78 percent of the boys.
  • Total number of candidates who scored above 90 percent and 95 percent: There was immense apprehension about the competitive results following the marks moderation row, but 63,247 students scored 90 percent and above, and out of those, 10,091 scored 95 percent and above.

Institution-wise comparative performance

Following is an institution-wise breakdown of the performances in the examinations:

  • Government-aided: 81.63 percent
  • Government: 82.29 percent
  • Independent: 79.27 percent
  • Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs): 95.73 percent
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KV): 94.60 percent
  • Central Tibetan Schools Administration(CTSA): 83.57 percent

You can view the detailed statistics of the pass percentage for CBSE Class 12 results here.

CBSE 12th result 2018: Previous years’ statistics

In 2017, nearly 20 lakh students from 10,678 schools appeared for the CBSE 10th and 12th Board Examinations. Out of these, nearly 11 lakhs appeared in Class 12 Senior Secondary Certificate Exam 2017. In the year 2016, 1,065,179 students had appeared for the board exams. CBSE is also the Board to have one of the best results statistics. Let’s take a look at the previous year trends for the CBSE 12th result 2017.

An overview of the statistics of CBSE 12th result 2017

Year No. of Students Appeared Overall Pass Percentage (%) Boys’ Pass Percentage (%) Girls’ Pass Percentage (%)
2014 1028928 82.66 78.27 88.52
2015 1040368 82.00 77.77 87.56
2016 1065179 83.05 78.85 88.58
2017 1098891 82 78 87.50

What’s worth noticing is that the girls have been giving a better performance than the boys over the past three years. Boys need to catch up with the girls on the pass percentage front. It can be seen that there has been a mild dip in the overall pass percentage compared to 2016.

A reason for the decline in pass percentage of the students this year could be attributed to the length of the setting of the Mathematics Question Paper. People had also hoped that the correction of the copies should be lenient on account of the same, but CBSE did not oblige the parents and students in that respect.

The overall pass percentage (absolute value) for both the girls and boys are way less when compared to the same number for Class 10th board examination, which has been improving over the past years. Also, the number was 98.17 % for class 10th in 2016, which is far more than the 83.05 % for class 12th in 2016.

There is a definite scope for improvement in the CBSE 12th performance. There might be many who ignorantly believe that board marks play no role in a student’s future. This is not true at all if you consider the list of scholarships & admission procedures for which the student’s board marks are taken into account.

Importance of CBSE 12th results 2018

CBSE 12th results 2018 are a significant milestone in everyone’s life as they form the foundation of a student’s career in deciding the future course of action. Listed below is information about what value the CBSE Class 12th results hold for a candidate.

  • The BITSAT Eligibility criterion states that a candidate must score an aggregate of 75% more in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics, and an individual score over 60% in each. BITSAT also offers direct admission to the board toppers.
  • The top colleges offering decorated BBA/BMS/BA degrees almost always, other than the interviews, consider candidate’s performance in 12th boards. First cut-off of Shri Ram College of Commerce for admission to its B.A. program was 98% in 2016.
  • After completing their under-graduation, many students tend to go for an MBA to improve their prospects of getting a better job. Though it’s true that these colleges hold their own entrance examination vis-a-vis CAT, XAT, etc. However, their admission criterion is based out of a composite score calculated considering different aspects about a candidate. One of these aspects, without a doubt, is the Board score of the aspirants both in their 10th & 12th classes.
  • VIT offers 100% tuition fee exemption to the candidates who are board toppers in their 12th class. Many other universities offer handsome exemptions in the tuition fee to the top board exam performers.
  • A good performance in your board exams can go a long way in helping you cut education costs. One of these is the INSPIRE scholarship offered by the Department of Science & Technology, MoST (Ministry of Science & Technology), Government of India.

The list stating why board exams are important is a never ending one & goes on & on. It ends the moment you understand the value your CBSE class 12th results hold for your future. Let’s have a look at the best performance in the past year. You can also read about the importance of class 10th board results here.

Advantages of the CBSE Board 2018 for the Students

  • CBSE gives you an edge over others as the same syllabus is followed by most competitive exams like JEE, NEET, etc.
  • The CBSE syllabus has greater flexibility and is more student-friendly as compared to the State Boards.
  • In CBSE, the emphasis is on the overall growth of students with encouragement in sporting and extracurricular activities.
  • The CBSE certificate is recognized throughout India.
  • If your parents have a transferrable job, then CBSE could be ideal for you as almost every city in India has a CBSE school.

Parents and students can check the detailed list of FAQs for Class 10 and Class 12.

CBSE has also set up a counselling helpline to give useful tips to students and help them deal with the post results stress. Students and parents can click on the following link to avail the benefits of this brilliant initiative by CBSE:

CBSE’s Helpline and Counselling Portal

Check out our article on CBSE Admit Card.

We hope you did great in your CBSE 12th result 2018 and are able to pursue whichever career you decide to choose.

Toppr wishes you a smooth application process for colleges and a positive entrance exam results season!

 

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