CBSE Board Exams 2024: Verification Process Starts

CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exam results have been announced and re-evaluation process started.

<red>May 13th, 2024<red>

CBSE Board 2024: Class 10 and 12 Results Out

On May 13th, 2024, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) released the results for the Class 10 and 12 board exams. The board exam for Class 10 commenced on Feb 19th, 2024, and continued till March, 13th, 2024 and for Class 12, it started from Feb 22nd, 2024, and continued till April, 2nd, 2024.

Source: ANI

Around 30 lakh, students appeared for the CBSE Class 10 and 12 board exams. Trivandrum and Vijaywada has the highest passing percentage. The results are available on the official website and at DigiLocker. 

How to Check CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board Result?

To download the result, 

  1. Visit the official website-
  1. Enter the credentials (Roll Number, School Number, DOB, and Admit Card ID), to log in. 
  2. The result will be displayed on the screen after successful login.
NOTE: The links may not work for some time as a lot of students are checking their results at the same time. Try to load the links.

CBSE Board 2024: Re-evaluation and Verification Process Starts

The re-evaluation and verification procedure will also commence from May 17th, 2024 until May 21st, 2024, for Class 12, and May 20th, 2024 until May 24th, 2024, for Class 10. Those students unsatisfied with their results can available this service for ₹500 per subject. 

Class 10

Service Dates Fees
Marks Verification May 20th, 2024 - May 24th, 2024 ₹500 per subject
Copies for Evaluated
Answer Books
June 4th, 2024 - June 6th, 2024 ₹500 per answer book
Answer Re-evaluation June 9th, 2024 - June 10th, 2024 ₹100 per question

Class 12

Service Dates Fees
Marks Verification May 17th, 2024 - May 21st, 2024 ₹500 per subject
Copies for Evaluated
Answer Books
June 1st, 2024 - June 2nd, 2024 ₹700 per answer book
Answer Re-evaluation June 6th, 2024 - June 7th, 2024 ₹100 per question

Re-evaluation and Verification Process- How to Apply for it

If candidates are dissatisfied with their results, they can opt to apply for the re-evaluation process.  

  • Once the verification window opens, the candidate must initiate the process. The board will thoroughly examine the answer sheet or the required question. The verification request result is published online. 
  • Students have the choice to accept their photocopied answer sheet or go for the revised result. They still can apply for another re-evaluation for a specific question by paying the required amount. 

The new revised mark sheet will be available online. 

How to Calculate the Percentage for College Cut Off?

Class 12 students may need to know their final percentage to check the cut-off list of colleges. The top 5 subjects are considered while calculating the percentile. Here’s an example of calculating the class 10 & class 12 marks percentage.

Subjects Marks
English 82
History 65
Geography 78
Political Science 85
Economics 75
Physical Education 90

Step 1: Take the top five highest marks from the marksheet:

82 + 78 + 85 + 75 + 90 = 410

Step 2: Divide total numbers (410) by 500 and multiply the final number by 100.

=> 410 / 500 × 100 = 82%

The final percentage is 82%.

Students can download the revised CBSE 2024-25 Syllabus from the given link.

CBSE Class 10 Syllabus

CBSE Class 12 Syllabus

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