CBSE Class 10 Results 2014 to be announced at 4 pm tomorrow, Chennai & Trivandrum region declared today
Class 10 CBSE Results 2014 for Chennai and Trivandrum regions have been declared today. For all the other regions, the results are to be declared tomorrow at 4 pm in the evening. The students who had appeared for the exams can check the results online. The candidates should go to the official website of the Board, click on the option of Class 10 Results for other regions and they can get the access to the results.
To get the results, the candidates are required to insert their roll number and date of birth on the official website. The candidates who had registered initially can get the scores via SMS or email too.
CBSE Class 10 Exams were held in the month of March this year and got postponed till April due to Lok Sabha elections. A total of 1328970 students had registered themselves for the exams, out of which 793940 were boys and 535030 were girls. It had shown an increment of 5.54% of candidates who registered themselves in comparison to 2013. Out of the total registered candidates, around 452 are visually impaired and 788 are dyslexics and 232 are hearing and speech impaired and 1527 are physically challenged.
The ISC Class 10 Results 2014 are also expected to be declared within this week. Besides, Class 12 Results for CBSE are likely to be announced on May 26.
The official link to check the results is : http://cbseresults.nic.in/class10/cbse102014.htm
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Central Board Of Secondary Education has officially announced that the results for Class 10 exams 2014 will be declared tomorrow, May 20, 2014 at 4:00 PM for all regions, while the results for the Chennai and Trivandrum regions were declared today itself i.e. May 19. In order to access the results quickly, CBSE has announced 3 official methods of accessing and viewing the Class 10 Results 2014.
1. Online Results :
CBSE results will be available online for downloading as has been the previous practice. Schools can also get the entire school results by giving school code and email-id. CBSE, in a recent press release, has officially given the following websites for checking the results :
www.results.nic.in | www.cbseresults.nic.in | www.cbse.nic.in
2. Results through IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) :
The Board has tied up with NIC Department of Information Technology and other network organizations to enable students to access their CBSE Class 10 results 2014 through IVRS at the rate of Rs 0.30 per minute.
Telephone numbers for IVRS results are:
NIC: 011 – 243 00699
MTNL: 011 – 28127030
3. Results through SMS :
Students can also register to receive their CBSE Class 10 results 2014 through SMS on their mobiles at the rate of Rs 1.00 per roll number. To register for the results, students need to send cbse10 roll no. to their respective mobile network operators. The network operator numbers are :
BSNL send cbse10 RollNo. 57766
Tata Docomo, Aircel, Vodafone and Relience users send cbse10 RollNo. 58888111
Airtel send cbse10 RollNo. to 5207011
All networks can send cbse10 RollNo. to 9212357123 OR 7738299899 (NIC)
Schools in the Delhi region can collect the result from the respective Zonal office of the Deputy Director of Education, Delhi. Also the Private candidates can collect their result from their exam centre.Read More
CBSE Schools are now to teach only from NCERT Text-books. The school education department has decided to tighten the rules for school textbooks to be strictly NCERT only and books of all other private publishers should be banned from the School book stores.
This order was issued after the Minister of State School Department Deepak Joshi issued instructions to officers that schools should not be permitted to sell private books at all. In fact, it also banned the sale of stationery material in school premises.
In the recent past, many complaints have been lodged by parents whose children have been forced to buy books by private publishers as teachers in these schools refuse to teach from NCERT books. This has been putting economic pressure on the parents as they have to spend twice on buying two books of the same subject.
According to the orders issued by CPI state, the regulation of monopoly of textbooks and its regulation will be done under section 144 of the CrPc. Under this rule, all district collectors will be allowed to monitor the monopoly and punish the institutions that break the law.
In addition, this rule has also been issued for sale of school uniforms that restricts the school to force parents from buying the uniform from one particular store. Under the order that has been issued, no school can change its uniform or make any changes in the uniform before three years pass.Read More
CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 result dates are yet to be announced. Students are waiting with abated expectation.
Before the declaration of the results, the board has notified that the facility of verification of marks is available to all candidates. The candidates can apply for verification of marks in a manner that their applications reach the respective regional office(s) within 21 days of the declaration of result.
For the candidates of Delhi region, application forms for verification of marks along with the fee in cash Rs. 200/- per subject (Rs. 300/- per subject in case of urgent verification) may be deposited in the National Victor Public School, Institutional Area, IP Extn, Patparganj, Delhi-110092 during the working hours of the school.
Candidates can obtain application forms for verification of marks from the concerned Regional Office or download from the official website.
CBSE has curbed the number of times a candidate can appear for performance improvement exam from five to one for students appearing the Board exams this year. As for compartment exams for class 12 students, the board has reduced the number of chances to three from five. For class 10 students, attempts have been reduced from five to four.
Last year’s the board announced Class 12 results on May 27, 2013. This year, while the examinations began in March 2014, it went on till April 25, with some exams even rescheduled, due to Lok Sabha elections.
A total of 13,28,970 students had registered for the CBSE Class 10 Board exams 2014. There are 7,93,940 boys and 5,35,030 girls out of the total number of registered students. This means a total increase of 5.54 percent in the number of candidates. Class 12 marks make up for 40 percent of the marks for JEE (Main) final rankings expected in the first week of June.Read More