CBSE Result 2018: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will tentatively announce CBSE Class 12th results on May 28. The board will also give out CBSE Class 10 results days after the Class 12 results. The results are going to be displayed on their official website and on the CBSEResults site.
Earlier, reports stated that the paper leak scandal & the and Economics paper re-test would cause delay in the results of each CBSE Class 10 and CBSE class 12. However, the board has denied these fears.
Check your CBSE result:
2. Click on the link – Senior School Certificate Examinations (Class 12) Results 2018 (All Regions) /
3. Enter your roll number and DOB (in the format given).
4. Remember to take a printout of the result for future reference.
Aftermath of the Economics paper leak
Reports of leak of CBSE papers had caused tension & anger among students across the country last month. In Delhi, students & parents protested & blamed the CBSE of complete laxity.
According to Delhi Police, the class 12 Economics paper was leaked on 23 March – three days before the scheduled date of the exam. CBSE discovered the leak after the CBSE head office in Delhi received an envelope containing four pictures of the handwritten economics paper on the evening of 26 March.
Police have made arrests in several parts of the country in connection with the case, including in Jharkhand and Himachal Pradesh. They also claimed to have taken into custody the main culprits behind the leak from Una in Himachal Pradesh. Additionally, the three people were staffers of a school in the town.
After the leak narrative went viral, on April 2 CBSE tried a “leak-proof” method of “encrypted” question papers. However, this hindered the smooth functioning of the exam as centres in Delhi were unable to follow the procedure of printing of these papers at the school itself.
However, CBSE clarified that they had not used “encrypted” question papers in conducting any board examination this year.
In response to the scandal, the HRD ministry has assembled a working group to examine the process by which the CBSE conducts its examinations. The 7 member committee, headed by former HRD secretary Vinay Sheel Oberoi, is expected to suggest innovative procedures to ensure the “security & foolproofness” of the examination procedure using technology. Additionally, the committee has to submit its report by May 31 to the HRD Ministry.