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CBSE Website crashes after 12th Exam Results Declared Today

CBSE Website crashes after 12th Exam Results Declared Today

CBSE website cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in crashed because of heavy traffic after the 12th Std. results were declared today. The wait for the 12th std. CBSE students finally came to an end after the results were out today.

A total of 11,92,961 students appeared for the 12th std. exam. The pass percentage is 88.78%. The pass percentage has increased by 5.38%. Last year the pass percentage was 83.4%.

Even though the official website was not working, the students could get the results from alternative ways-

All the results had been sent to the the respective schools, so the students can contact their respective schools for the result. The results are also available on Digilocker, which the students can download from Playstore. The students can use the credentials which have already been sent to the students by SMS on the Digilocker App.

The steps to access the result on Digilocker are-

  1. Download the app from the Playstore
  2. Enter your registered mobile no.
  3. Enter the OTP which comes on your mobile phone.
  4. Enter the last 6 digits of your roll no. as your security pin.
  5. Your result will be displayed on the screen.

Your digital mark sheet, passing and migration certificates are also be available in DigiLocker.

CBSE results can also be accessed by phone. The students can just dial the phn no. 011-24300699 on the IVRS line launched by the CBSE to access their results.

Lastly the results can also be accessed on the Umang Mobile platform which is available on both android and Apple phones.

The CBSE is not declaring a merit list this year. The no. of students scoring above 90% has increased from last year. Around 38,686 students have got above 90%, which is a 13.24% of the total no. of students. Earlier on 9th of July the ICSE and ISC results had been declared.

On a personal note, I am also in a joyous and celebratory mood as my cousin has managed to secure a 93.8% in her 12th std. exams.