CBSE Class 10th Results 2017 – Check on cbseresults.nic.in, IVR system, SMS service, Bing.com

The CBSE has tied up with Microsoft's Bing to release the CBSE 10th Result 2017​, CBSE Result 2017, CBSE Board Result 2017.

By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Jun 03, 2017, 13:17 PM IST
CBSE Class 10th Results 2017  – Check on cbseresults.nic.in, IVR system, SMS service, Bing.com

New Delhi: It's confirmed. The wait of lakhs of studnets who appeared for the CBSE Class 10 Examinations will be over today as the Central Board of Secondary Education will announce the CBSE 10th Result 2017, CBSE class 10th board results, CBSE class 10 exam 2017 on Saturday.

Get CBSE Class 10 Results 2017, CBSE 10th Result 2017, CBSE Result 2017 Class 10, CBSE Class X Result on official websites: cbseresults.nic.in/cbse.nic.in/results.nic.in

CBSE Class X Results 2017, CBSE Class 10th board results, CBSE Class 10th Examination Results 2017, CBSE Central Board of Secondary Education Examination Results 2017, CBSE Exam Results 2017 will be declared anytime soon by the CBSE.

Get CBSE Result 2017, 10th Result through IVR system

Students can dial on the following numbers to get CBSE X Board Result,CBSE Board Exam Result 2017. The numbers are: 011-24357276, 011-28127030 (MTNL), 54321223 (Tata Teleservices), 54321202 (Airtel). (The charges will 30 paise per minute per roll number)

CBSE Board Result 2017 via SMS service:

One can send an SMS through a registered number in the format ‘cbse 12 [rollno]’

Telephone numbers are: 52001 (MTNL), 57766 (BSNL), 5800002 (Aircel), 55456068 (Idea), 54321, 51234 & 5333300 (Tata Teleservices), 54321202 (Airtel), and 9212357123 (National Informatics Centre)

The CBSE has tied up with Microsoft's Bing to release the CBSE Result 2017, 10th Result, X Result, CBSE Board Result 2017, CBSE Board Exam Result 2017

How to check CBSE Class 10th Examination Results 2017 online:

- Log on to any of the above-mentioned official websites

- Click on `Class X 2017 Results` link

- Enter your Roll Number, School No, other details

- Click on 'Submit'

- Check CBSE Board Result 2017

- Take a print out for future reference

CBSE Class 12 results 2017

The CBSE on Sunday announced the results of the Senior Secondary Examination. About 10,98,981 students appeared in the class 12 examinations this year.

Girls outshone boys in the CBSE Class 12 results declared on Sunday, bagging the top two spots and recording a better pass percentage compared with boys.

Raksha Gopal from Delhi's neighbourhood Noida in Uttar Pradesh topped the Class 12 Central Board of Secondary Education exams, followed by Bhoomi Sawant De from Chandigarh.

The pass percentage this year recorded a marginal drop to 82 per cent from 83.05 per cent last year.

About CBSE

A trail of developments mark the significant changes that took place over the years in shaping up the Board to its present status. U P Board of High School and Intermediate Education was the first Board set up in 1921. It has under its jurisdiction Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior. In response to the representation made by the Government of United Provinces, the then Government of India suggested to set up a joint Board in 1929 for all the areas which was named as the 'Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana'. This included Ajmer, Merwara, Central India and Gwalior.

10th Result 2017

The Board witnessed rapid growth and expansion at the level of Secondary education resulting in improved quality and standard of education in institutions. But with the advent of State Universities and State Boards in various parts of the country the jurisdiction of the Board was confined only to Ajmer, Bhopal and Vindhya Pradesh later. As a result of this, in 1952, the constitution of the Board was amended wherein its jurisdiction was extended to part-C and Part-D territories and the Board was given its present name 'Central Board of Secondary Education'. It was in the year 1962 finally that the Board was reconstituted. The main objectives were to serve the educational institutions more effectively, to be responsive to the educational needs of those students whose parents were employed in the Central Government and had frequently transferable jobs.