The CBSE 10th result for 2017 is expected to be announced on Friday and to help students quickly look for their results without any hassles, Microsoft has teamed up with the educational board. Now, instead of scrolling through one web page to an another and then another, you can now find out the marks you scored right from the Microsoft Bing search engine homepage. Here’s how you can look for your CBSE 10th results with ease.
On the day of the result announcement, head on to www.bing.com or click here. Once you are on the search engine homepage, type CBSE 10th Result and this will give you a little box. Taking it further from here, enter your roll number or the enrolment number, school code and enter the captcha code. Click on ‘Get Result’ and you can view your result right there.
Most importantly, keep information such as the roll number, name of the school, school code or the examination hall admit card handy before you look for your results. Also, here are other ways that could help students to look for results who appeared for CBSE class 10th Examinations for the session year 2016-17. ALSO READ: CBSE partners UIDAI to set up Aadhaar enrolment centers
How to check CBSE 10th Results?
The educational board has a bunch of official websites up as on the day of the results heavy traffic on the server could cause inconvenience to students. Here are three web pages out of which you can log on to any one of them. Go to www.cbse.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in or www.results.nic.in. Enter you enrollment details and submit to view your results there.
Those who do not have a working internet connection can look for results via an IVR system put in place by the CBSE only. Dial any of the following numbers 011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL), 55530 (Idea Cellular), 54321223 (Tata Teleservices), and 54321202 (Airtel). You will reach an IVR system where you can type in the required details over the call and know your results. To note, these calls are chargeable at 30 paise per minute.
We understand the day of results can be stressful for many of you who have appeared for CBSE 10th examination. However, we suggest you to not panic even if you don’t get the results you expected. You sure would have worked hard and things will be fine on the other side. Be patient and talk to people around you and seek their help if you feel stressed.
All the best!
Dear Aunties And Relatives,
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) May 27, 2017