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.