CBSE 12th results 2016: Change in verification of marks procedure

The central board of secondary education (CBSE) is a board of education for public and private schools, under the union government of India.

The first education board to be set up in india was uttar Pradesh board of high school and intermediate education in 1921, which was under jurisdiction of rajputana, central india and Gwalior. In 1929, the government of india set up a joint board named “board of high school and intermediate education, rajputana”. The jurisdiction of this board includes ajmer, merwara, central india and Gwalior.later it was confined to ajmer, Bhopal and vindhya Pradesh. In 1952, it became the “central board of secondary education”.

The board conducts final examination every spring for all India senior school certificate examination (AISSCE) for class 10 and 12. The board also annually conducted the ALEEE exam for admission to undergraduate courses in engineering and architecture in numerous colleges spread over India. CBSE also conducts AIPMT (all india pre medical test) for admissions in the medical colleges.

The central board of secondary education, india result for the grade 12 examination for the six regions that are ajmer, bhubaneshwar, panchkula, patna, Allahabad, guwahati is available now and for the regions Chennai and Trivandrum the central board of secondary education, india declared on the 26th of same month. The central board of secondary education, India CBSE grade 12th results for the region Dehradun and Delhi region is expected on the 29th of same month.

The candidates who have failed to clear the exams will have to appear for the compartment exams and will be provided three chances to qualify the same. However, the candidates who had appeared for the examination in the year 2012 or before and are placed in the 'Compartment' category shall be provided five chances. The central board of secondary education, India CBSE has notified that in the year 2014 and onwards there will be a change in the procedure for verification of marks and the same shall be displayed shortly. The applications for verification will be entertained online and not offline informed the Board.

The Board is yet to provide details on the procedure to be followed, the year of 2014 and onwards. The candidates will get to know their grades along with their scores. To get all the updates keep an eye on the official website or India Today to know about the procedure of new grading system in details.The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) until last year used to invite applications for result verification within five days from the date of declaration of result depositing a necessary fee through e-challan.

The central board of secondary education, India CBSE grade 10 Results were declared on May 20 and candidates who want to get their grades verified within five days from the date of declaration of result have to apply for the same along with an urgent fee of Rs 300/- per subject between May 21,2014 to May 26, 2014.The result of verification of grades will be uploaded on the internet as per the rules and regulations of the central board of secondary education, India. However, in case of a mistake a formal letter will also be sent by speed post.

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