After the CBSE surprised class 12th students by declaring the results on 2nd May 2019, the board is expected to stun the class 10th students as well wait early declaration of result. Like previous year, Microsoft and Google are the hosting partners of CBSE to provide the easy access of 10th and 12th result to the students.
In 2018, the 10th result was published by CBSE on 29th May from 4PM onwards. This year, the students will be provided the opportunity to check their CBSE 10th results on official website, via app and phone call. CBSE is expected to release the 10th result in the coming week this year.
How to Check CBSE 10th Result 2019 on Official Website
CBSE result website is maintained and updated by National Informatics Centre (NIC) as it is the technical support partner of the board. There are three websites of CBSE where the results will be published- results.nic.in, cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in.
In case of extra load on these websites, the students can browse their results on bing.com. Schools affiliated with CBSE receive the results of their students on their registered email ID.
The alliance between CBSE and tech-giant Google has made it easy for the students to check their results as Google provides a snippet wherein the students need to fill the asked details to check their results on google.co.in.
Which App to Access to Check CBSE 10th Result 2019?
Powered by Microsoft, SMS Organiser app carries the CBSE result database. It functions offline as well. Candidates need to register on this app by providing their details like roll number, date of birth, and school code to access their result, once declared. This app is available on Playstore at aka.ms/sms.
“DigiResults” is also an app where CBSE results can be checked by the students.
Umang is one of the most reliable apps available on Android, IOS, and Windows operating systems to check CBSE 10th result 2019.
Which number to dial to check CBSE 10th Result 2019?
The Delhi-based students can check their result by dialing 24300699 while the candidates from other cities need to prefix the STD code of Delhi i.e. ‘011’ to check their result via call.
Zonal office of Deputy Director of Education, CBSE is the concerned body from where the CBSE recognized schools of Delhi region can collect the results of their students once declared.
Digilocker is integrated with ‘Parinam Manjusha’ at digilocker.gov.in and the students can obtain their class 12th academic documents such as Migration Certificates, Marksheets, Passing Certificates here.
The Digilocker access passwords will be shared with the students on their registered mobile numbers with CBSE.