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CBSE Result 2018 To Be Declared on Google: Here’s How To Check Your Marks Online!

This year, the CBSE is all set to announce the results of about 28 lakh students on 28 May 2018 and to end the woes of students and parents, it has partnered with Google.

Every year, the website of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) sees a tremendous amount of traffic on the day that the results are announced, thanks to the eager students who wait with bated breath to know their results. Many times, the huge amount of traffic results in the website crashing which leads to a lot of unnecessary tension.

This year, the CBSE is all set to announce the results of about 28 lakh students on 28 May 2018 and to end the woes of students and parents, it has partnered with Google.

Thanks to this partnership, students who appeared for the Class 12 exams, can search for their results by simply conducting a Google search.

Here are the steps:

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1. Open the Google/Chrome tab on your phone or desktop.

2. Type ‘CBSE 12 Result 2018’ in the search box.

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3. After you select “CBSE 12 Result 2018” from the recommended searches, a CBSE window will open asking you for specific details like your roll number and say, date of birth, for verification.

4. Enter the requested details and click on the “Check Exam Results” button, following which your results will be displayed. It’s as simple as that!

It is still recommended that you check the CBSE website to verify your marks since this is the first year that such an experiment is being held.


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This year, a number of controversies surrounded the CBSE class 10 and 12 exams, but there was also some positive news, like a feedback provision for students. The story has been covered by The Better India in depth, and you can read about it here.

Additionally, the education board has become more inclusive and empathetic than last year and made some landmark changes, all of which you can read about here.

Good luck to all those who are awaiting their results!

(Edited by Gayatri Mishra)

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