By Manasvi Gupta
The students who have appeared in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12 term 1 examinations of 2021 can expect their result to be declared by this week and can check the same on cbseresults.nic.in. CBSE has already declared the results of class 10 Term 1 exams on 11 March.
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It is expected that CBSE will announce the class 12 result online by today or latest by the end of this week. Students can retrieve their mark sheets from their respective schools. To check the CBSE 12 result 2021, students must keep their roll number, school code, and date of birth handy.
Like class 10 term 1 results, 12th results too are expected to be announced offline; but students can visit the CBSE’s official website, once they are available online. CBSE will also make the results available on results.gov.in and digilocker.gov.in. Students can also check the result for class 12 via SMS. You need to type your CBSE 12 roll number in the message tab and send it to 7738299899. You will receive a message with your subject wise marks. To know about the date and time of the 12th results, or how to download mark sheets, keep an eye on our website for more information.
Go to BSE official’s website - cbseresults.nic.in.
Click on the link for the Class 12 term 1 result. Select the year 2021-22.
Provide your roll number and school number.
Your result will be displayed. Download and print your mark sheet.
For class 10 2021 results, this year CBSE did not provide the performance of individual students but informed the school only about the theory performance of their students in a collective manner. An official statement issued by the board read: “Being Term - I only, no Mark Sheet cum Passing Certificate is being issued now. Only one Mark Sheet cum Passing Certificate will be issued after the Term-II examination to have parity with the previous results. This will comprise of the total marks of both the Terms as per weightage decided of Term-I and Term-II examinations.”