The date and time for the much awaited Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 10th, Class 12th result 2022 is likely to be announced today, July 15. The CBSE 10th Result 2022 is expected to be declared by the end of this week i.e. July 17 while CBSE 12th Result 2022 will be announced next week. CBSE PRO Rama Sharma has said that the result date and time for both class 10th and class 12th will be confirmed as soon as possible.
Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Sunday (July 17) said that there’s no delay in the CBSE 10th, 12th results, and the results will be announced ‘on time.’ Talking to the media in Kanpur, Pradhan said he had recently spoken to the CBSE officials and there is no delay in CBSE results. “There is no delay in the CBSE result. CBSE exams were going on till June 15. After that, checking takes 45 days. I spoke with CBSE (officials) yesterday only and the results will come on time,” as per ANI. As per latest media reports, the CBSE Term-2 results are expected to be declared in the last week of July.
How to download CBSE Class 10th, 12th Marks Sheet?
- Visit the official websites- cbse.gov.in, cbresults.nic.in
- On the homepage, Click on CBSE Class 10, 12 result link
- Enter required details — registration number/ roll number
- Class 10, 12 result 2022 will appear on the screen
- Download 10th, 12th scorecard, and take a printout for further reference.
This year, nearly 35 lakh students appeared for CBSE 10th, 12th term 2 exams 2022 held from April 26 to June 15. A total of 21 lakh students appeared for CBSE Class 10 and 14 lakh students appeared for CBSE 12th exam 2022.
A total of 12,21,195 male candidates and 8,94,993 female candidates registered for the CBSE Class 10 examination this year.
CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 2 Board Exams 2022: Total candidates
CBSE class 10th result a total 21,16,209 registered
CBSE class 12th result: 14,54,370 total candidates
CBSE Class 10 results would be released soon. The passing criteria for the CBSE Board exam is 33%. For Class 10, the 33% includes overall marks, internal and external combined. Students need to score a minimum 33% aggregate in 5 subjects. Example, student has appeared for 6 subjects and fails in 1 but has 33% in the remaining 5, then the student will be deemed to have passed the exams.