CBSE Class 10, 12 Compartment Exam Results to be Declared Soon, Websites to Check
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is anticipated to publish the results of the compartment examinations for both classes 10 and 12 sometime this week. According to reports, the results are likely to be announced on either July 27 or 28. However, an official confirmation specifying the exact date and time is still awaited. Once the results are declared, candidates can access their class 10 and 12 compartment examination results through the official CBSE websites, which are cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.gov.in.
The class 10 compartment exams were conducted by CBSE from July 17 to 22, while the class 12 compartment exams were held on July 17 in multiple shifts. These compartment exams were offered to students who did not pass the regular annual examinations and to those who were dissatisfied with their board examination results.
To check the CBSE 2023 compartment exam results, follow these steps:
Step 2: Click on the "Results" option on the homepage.
Step 3: Next, select the "Compartment Exam Result" section to access your results.
Step 4: Choose either "Secondary School Examination (Class 10) Results in 2023 Compartment" or "Class 12 Result in 2023 Compartment."
Step 5: Fill in your examination-related details, including school number, admit card ID, roll number, and center number in the appropriate fields.
Step 6: Click on the "Submit" option, and your compartment results will be displayed on a new page.
Step 7: After checking your score, download the result for future reference.
On another note, the Union Education Minister of India, Dharmendra Pradhan, previously stated that due to its increasing popularity, CBSE has the potential to become an international board in the global South. He mentioned that CBSE schools in Singapore cater to the diaspora, and he was pleasantly surprised to learn about the popularity of the CBSE board and teaching methods in Japan. Particularly, mathematics and other subjects' pedagogy from CBSE were sought after in Japan, as per the Minister's statements during a press conference.