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UPTET Admit Cards will be available on the Official Website in October

The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) will release the admit cards for the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2018 in the last week of October 2018.

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The Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB) will release the admit cards for the Uttar Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (UPTET) 2018 in the last week of October 2018.

Due to the Basic Training Certificate (BTC) exam leak, the UPTET exam was rescheduled for November 18, 2018. The exam will be conducted in two shifts – 10 am to 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm to 5 pm. And it will be conducted separately for upper primary and primary level.

You can download the admit card from the official website by following the steps given below:

  • Visit the official website of the UP Education Board
  • Click on the link 'UPTET 2018 admit card download'
  • You will be re-directed to a new homepage
  • Fill in the required details
  • Click on the submit button
  • Your admit card will be displayed on the screen
  • Download the admit card on your computer and take the print out of the same

Here are some important dates you need to keep in mind!

The answer keys will be issued on November 25, 2018 and the result will be declared on December 10, 2018.

 

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Union Education Minister addresses students, teachers and stakeholders regarding board exams

Union Education Minister Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ virtually addressed students, teachers, and stakeholders regarding Board Examinations on 25th June 2021.

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Union Education Minister Shri Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ virtually addressed students, teachers, and stakeholders regarding Board Examinations on 25th June 2021. CLICK TO TWEET

He expressed deep gratitude and thanked Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for cancelling the class 12 CBSE Board Exam. This was in the best interest of the students' health and safety in the wake of COVID19.

In his address, Shri Pokhriyal stated that CBSE has already issued comprehensive guidelines on assessment and evaluation for Class 12th Board examinations. He assured that those students who are not satisfied with the assessment will be provided with an option to take the exams, whenever the situation becomes conducive, in August.

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The Minister reiterated that safety, health, and the students' future are the government's top priorities.

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Kerala SSLC, DHSE Exams to Start From 26 May 

+1 & +2 examinations in Kerala to begin on 26 May and to continue till 30 May

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Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC), Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE) +1,+2 exams are to begin on 26 May 2020. The exams will continue for the next 5 days, that is 30 May 2020. 

The CM of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, has informed that the government is taking all the necessary steps and provisions regarding the exams to be conducted in a healthy and safe manner. 

Below are the safety measures that are being taken for both students and the teachers, which are also the issued guidelines that need to be followed during the exams.

  1. Students crossing state borders have been asked for self-imposed 14-day quarantine, there will be special arrangements made so they can all attempt the Board exams.
  2. Containment zone students or whose family members are under home quarantine would get separate seating arrangements in the exam hall.
  3. Every teacher would need to wear both masks & gloves. Also, every student will be provided with masks to be worn.
  4. Kerala government is in the process of acquiring 5,000+ IR thermometers and would be conducting a thermal screening for students attempting the exam.
  5. As many as 10,920 students applied for exam centre change as they have left the centres for their homes, the government has made arrangements for the Board question papers to be distributed accordingly.
  6. The students would also be provided with transportation facilities to reach the SSLC, SSC Board exam centres.
  7. Post exam, the answer sheets would be kept in the exam centres for 7 days & the fire force would disinfect the schools, after which they would be displaced from there.

As for the students, who would not be able to appear for the exams, the minister stated that students can appear in the Save a Year (SAY) exams which would be conducted later. SAY Exams are conducted for students who cannot pass the public examinations, but this year, due to special circumstances, all such students would be considered as regular should they decide not to appear for the May exams and chose to appear in SAY exams.

Kerala Education Minister Prof. C Raveendranath also told ANI, "The Education Department is making all arrangements to bring schools back to normalcy. Schools are being sanitized with the help of local bodies, people's representatives, and the Parent Teachers Association. It will be completed in two days. Fire force will conduct disinfection in all schools."

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CTET December 2019 Exam Result declared in record time

5.42 Lakhs Candidates have passed this examination. CBSE had conducted Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) on 08/12/2019 in 110 cities across the country. The examination consists of two papers.

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5.42 Lakhs Candidates have passed this examination. CBSE had conducted Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) on 08/12/2019 in 110 cities across the country. The examination consists of two papers. Paper 1 is meant for the candidates who wish to be teachers for class 1 to 5 and Paper 2 is meant for the candidates who wish to be teachers for class 6 to 8. The number of candidates registered and appeared is as below:-

Candidate Registered

28,32,120 (Paper 1 – 16,46,620 + Paper 2 -11,85,500)

Candidate Appeared 

24,05,145  (Paper 1 – 14,13,390+ Paper 2 -9,91,755)

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Candidates Qualified

5,42,285  (Paper 1 – 2,47,386 + P 2 – 2,94,899)

Passed % 

22.55 %

Qualified Female candidates

3,12,558

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Total No of Cities

110

Number of City Coordinators

118  

Total Number of examination centres

2,935

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Total Number of Observers deployed

4,135

Total Number of Board Officials deployed

789

 

The result of this examination has been declared today i.e. 27/12/2019 on the website https://ctet.nic.in or cbse.nic.in
 
Anurag Tripathi, Secretary and Director CTET

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares results of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) – July 2019

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares results of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) – July 2019

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) declares results of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) – July 2019. The 12th edition of Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) was conducted on 7th July 2019 in 104 cities at 2942 centres all over country. Total no of 114 City Coordinators, 2942 centre superintendents, 4335 observers and 827 CBSE officials were deputed for smooth and fair conduct of examination.

A total no of 29.22 Lacs candidates were registered for this examination out of which 23.77 Lacs candidates appeared in the examination.

The result of this examination is declared in a record time of 23 days in which 3.52 Lacs candidates declared qualified. Out of 3.52 Lacs, 2.15 Lacs from Paper -1(Primary school) & 1.37 Lacs from Paper-2 (Junior high school) have qualified. The result is available at CTET website i.e. www.ctet.nic.in and CBSE website i.e. www.cbse.nic.in.

The mark sheet of candidates, who appeared in CTET examination July, 2019 will be available in the DigiLocker.  The qualifying certificate will be uploaded in the DigiLocker & the qualified candidate will be provided their login details on their registered mobile number.

The details of CTET July, 2019 Examination is as under:

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Registered Candidates

Appeared Candidates

Qualified Candidates

Paper-I

1656091

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1359478

214658

Paper-II

1266136

1017553

137172

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TOTAL

29,22,227

23,77,031

3,51,830

The candidates are advised to check their result by login on website of CTET and CBSE.

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NTA Declares UGC-NET June 2019 Results

NTA Declares UGC-NET June 2019 Results! Check results now!

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National Testing Agency has declared UGC-NET June 2019 Results today. The UGC-NET June 2019 Examination was conducted by NTA between 20th and 26th June 2019 in two shifts per day across 237 cities in the country. The examination was conducted in 81 subjects. A total number of 942419 candidates registered for this examination.

There were 615 examination centres across the country. A total number of 280 Observers, 162 City- Coordinators and 15 State Coordinators were deployed to oversee the smooth and fair conduct of examination. The results have been declared today.

Results at  Glance:

Number of candidates registered

 

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942419

 

Number of candidates appeared on both papers

 

681718

 

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Number of candidates qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor only

 

50945

 

Candidates qualified for JRF &eligible for Assistant Professor

 

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4756

 

  • This time also, the Examination was conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode to reduce the burden of examinees.
  • The exam was conducted between 20th and 26th June 2019 for five days in 10 shifts and result has been declared on 12th July 2019.
  • In order to make the examination system transparent, the Question Paper and recorded responses were displayed for the verification by examinees,
  • To ensure accuracy of result, the keys of question papers were displayed in advance to invite challenges if any. The Final Answer Keys has been uploaded on NTA NET website: www.ntanet.nic.in.
  • For this nationwide professional examination also, live CCTV Surveillance through more than 4000 CCTVs was carried out.
  • Jammers were used at all centers to prevent use of unfair means through mobile phones and other electronic gadgets.

As per the UGC policy, 6% of those candidates who appear in both the papers and obtain minimum qualifying marks in aggregate of both the papers are declared NET qualified. The certificates to the qualified candidates will be issued by UGC.

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Update! – CTET 2019 Admit Card

Scheduled to be conducted on July 7, 2019, the results for CTET are expected to be declared in a time period of six weeks from the date of the exams. Download admit cards soon!

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A little update for all the candidates of the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) 2019! It seems unlikely that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be releasing the admit card for CTET 2019 exam this week.

Scheduled to be conducted on July 7, 2019, the results for CTET are expected to be declared in a time period of six weeks from the date of the exams.

The candidates appearing for the exam can download their admit card from the official website – www.ctet.nic.in.

Last year, the admit cards for CTET were released on November 22 while the exam was held on December 9.

Want to know the step-by-step procedure to download your CTET admit card?

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Here’s how:

Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above, ctet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on CTET admit card link

Step 3: You will be redirected to a new tab

Step 4: Enter your details

Step 5: The admit card will appear on the screen

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Step 6: Download it and take a print out for further reference

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JEE (Advanced) 2019 Result Declared

JEE (Advanced) 2019 Result Declared: Kartikey Gupta from Ballarpur, Maharashtra tops the exam while Shabnam Sahay from Ahmedabad, Gujarat tops in girl’s category

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The result of JEE (Advanced) 2019 was declared today. A total number of 161319 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced) 2019. A total of 38705 candidates have qualified JEE (Advanced) 2019. Of the total qualified candidates, 5356 are females. Mr. Gupta Kartikey Chandresh of Ballarpur, Maharashtra is the top ranker in Common Rank List (CRL) in JEE (Advanced) 2019. He obtained 346 marks out of 372 marks. Ms. Shabnam Sahay of Ahmedabad, Gujarat is the top ranked female with CRL 10. She obtained 308 marks out of 372 marks.

Following are the top five male rankers:

 

Candidate Name

City

Rank

Gupta Kartikey Chandresh

Ballarpur

1

Himanshu Gaurav Singh

Allahabad

2

Archit Bubna

New Delhi

3

Gillella Karthikeya

Madhapur

4

Battepati Karthikeya

Madhapur

5

 

Following are the top five female rankers:

 

Candidate Name

City

Rank

Shabnam Sahay

Ahmedabad

10

Surapaneni Sai Vigna

Madhapur

44

Tulip Pandey

Mumbai

79

Ilindra Sai Lakshmi Shreya

Vijaywada

156

Palti Ramyasri

Madhapur

199

 

Following are the zonal top rankers:

 

 

Zone

 

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Topper

IIT Bombay

GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH (CRL 1)

IIT Delhi

HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH (CRL 2)

IIT Guwahati

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PRADIPTA PARAG BORA (CRL 28)

IIT Kanpur

DHRUV ARORA (CRL 24)

IIT Kharagpur

GUDIPATY ANIKET (CRL 29)

IIT Hyderabad

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GILLELLA AKASH REDDY (CRL 4)

IIT Roorkee

JAYESH SINGLA (CRL 17)

 

Following are the top category rankers:

 

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Rank list

Rank

Name

City/Town

OPEN (CRL)

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1

GUPTA KARTIKEY

CHANDRESH

BALLARPUR

OPEN (CRL)

2

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HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH

ALLAHABAD

OPEN (CRL)

3

ARCHIT BUBNA

NEW DELHI

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GEN-EWS

1

D CHANDRASEKHARA S S

HETHAHAVYA

MADHAPUR

OBC-NCL

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1

HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH

ALLAHABAD

SC

1

SAMBIT BEHERA

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BHUBANESWAR

ST

1

PIYUSH RAJ

JAIPUR

CRL-PwD

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1

SUMIT JAIN

SATNA

GEN-EWS-PwD

1

DASARI RAJESH

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GANDHI

NAGAR

OBC-NCL-PwD

1

VEDANT DEEPAK BORKUTE

NAGPUR

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SC-PwD

1

ARYAN KUMAR

KANPUR

ST-PwD

1

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DHANANJAY SAPAWAT

KOTA

 

Following are more details about the qualified candidates:

  1. Total number of qualified boys: 33349

  2. Total number of qualified girls: 5356

  3. Total number of qualified general (GE) candidates: 15566

  4. Total number of qualified general (GEN-EWS) candidates: 3636

  5. Total number of qualified OBC-NCL candidates: 7651

  6. Total number of qualified SC candidates: 8758

  7. Total number of qualified ST candidates: 3094

 

Following are the details about male and female toppers in every zone:

 

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Zone wise Male Female Toppers

Zone

Name of Candidate

CRL

Gender

Bombay

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GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH

1

Male

Bombay

SHABNAM SAHAY

10

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Female

Delhi

HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH

2

Male

Delhi

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ANANYA GUPTA

233

Female

Guwahati

PRADIPTA PARAG BORA

28

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Male

Guwahati

AAKRITI

817

Female

Kanpur

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DHRUV ARORA

24

Male

Kanpur

VALAYA RAMCHANDANI

612

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Female

Kharagpur

GUDIPATY ANIKET

29

Male

Kharagpur

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ANJLEENA SHAKEBA

438

Female

Hyderabad

GILLELLA AKASH REDDY

4

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Male

Hyderabad

SURAPANENI SAI VIGNA

44

Female

Roorkee

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JAYESH SINGLA

17

Male

Roorkee

TANU GOYAL

272

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Female

 

Following are the top five candidates in every zone:

Zone wise Top 5

Zone

Name of Candidate

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CRL

Bombay

GUPTA KARTIKEY CHANDRESH

1

Bombay

KAUSTUBH DIGHE

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7

Bombay

SHABNAM SAHAY

10

Bombay

ADITHYA BHASKAR

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18

Bombay

ANKIT KUMAR MISRA

32

 

 

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Delhi

HIMANSHU GAURAV SINGH

2

Delhi

ARCHIT BUBNA

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3

Delhi

NISHANT ABHANGI

6

Delhi

DHRUV KUMAR GUPTA

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9

Delhi

ADITYA BADOLA

11

 

 

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Guwahati

PRADIPTA PARAG BORA

28

Guwahati

AQUIB NAWAZ

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77

Guwahati

PAWAN KUMAR

259

Guwahati

VIVEK CHOUDHARY

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474

Guwahati

AMAN KUMAR

525

 

 

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Kanpur

DHRUV ARORA

24

Kanpur

AKSHAT GUPTA

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61

Kanpur

TANAY SHARMA

62

Kanpur

PRAKHAR JAGWANI

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78

Kanpur

KEVIN SHAH

85

 

 

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Kharagpur

GUDIPATY ANIKET

29

Kharagpur

ANKIT KUMAR JAIN

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30

Kharagpur

KOUSTAV SEN

42

Kharagpur

SOHAM MISTRI

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48

Kharagpur

SAYANTAN DHAR

51

 

 

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Hyderabad

GILLELLA AKASH REDDY

4

Hyderabad

BATTEPATI KARTHIKEYA

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5

Hyderabad

THIVESH CHANDRA M

8

Hyderabad

AMIT RAJARAMAN

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12

Hyderabad

GUMPARTHI VENKATA KRISHNA SURYA LIKHITH

13

 

 

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Roorkee

JAYESH SINGLA

17

Roorkee

GURNOOR SINGH KHURANA

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22

Roorkee

SHREY SINGLA

36

Roorkee

ABHINAV GUPTA

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49

Roorkee

NAVNEET JINDAL

60

 

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NEET on May 20: Good News for Delayed Train Karnataka Students

NTA reschedules NEET 2019 on May 20, 2019 for students who missed their exam due to train delay.

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"Happy to announce that #Karnataka students who missed #NEET exam due to railway delay will get another chance," tweeted Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.

Javadekar responded a day after state Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy urged him to hold the test for the 365 students who missed it for no fault of theirs.

"Thank you @PrakashJavdekar and @HRDMinistry for considering the request and helping our students," re-tweeted Kumaraswamy.

The NEET exam is conducted every year in May by the National Testing Agency (NTA) of the HRD ministry. The exam is conducted for students seeking admission in state-run and private medical and dental colleges in India for studying graduate and postgraduate courses.

The students, who took the Hampi Express from Hubli to Mysuru via Koppal, Hospet and Bellary, reached Bengaluru over seven hours late. Thus, while the test began at 2 pm, the train reached at 2.36 p.m. instead of 7.00 a.m.

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The students stood outside the railway station for a protest demo to express their frustration over missing the test without them being at fault. "The students could not reach the test centres across the city in time and missed it," a South Western Railway (SWR) official reported. The railways admitted to the train being late due to diversion of the train route from the normal route due to doubling of line work and operational reasons since May 3, 2019.

In another case, an official told, "As the distance from the exam centre at Chikkaballapur to the centre in Bengaluru is about 40km, about 150 students who reached the centre in time to appear for the test there, could not commute to the city by 2:00 p.m and missed it for no fault of them." Kumaraswamy directed state Chief Secretary T.M. Vijay Bhaskar to request the HRD Ministry for holding the test again for the 150 students who missed it due to change in exam centre at the last minute from an adjacent district to the state capital.

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CBSE Class 10 Results Declared!

CBSE has released Class 10 Board Results 2019 today at 3 pm. Check your result on their official website.

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The results of CBSE Class X Exam 2019 for all the ten regions is now available on CBSE website. In view of time constraints and travel, the statistical data along with the highlights of Class X 2019 results will be e-mailed to all students between 3-3.30 pm today. The schools will automatically get their entire Schools results on email id’s already registered with the Board.

Check your result on the web:

www.results.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in and www.cbse.nic.in.

CBSE GOES DIGITAL AND MOBILE

  • Started in 2016, this year also CBSE will provide Class X digital academic documents (Marksheets, Migration Certificate & Pass Certificate) through its own academic repository ‘Parinam Manjusha’ which is integrated with DigiLocker at https://digilocker.gov.in.

  • The DigiLocker account credentials will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.

  • Students can also view their results on UMANG Mobile Platform which is available for android, IOS and Windows based Smart Phones.

  • The CBSE Class X results will also be available via Android mobile app “DigiResults”.

RESULTS THROUGH IVRS (INTERACTIVE VOICE RESPONSE SYSTEM)

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The telephone numbers of NIC through which results can be accessed through IVRS are as follows: –

National Informatics Centre :

TELEPHONE NUMBER(S)

AREA COVERED

24300699

– for local subscribers in Delhi

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011 – 24300699

–  for subscribers in other parts  of the country

  • Results can also be accessed through Google search engine www.google.co.in

  • Results can also be accessed through SMS organizer app which can be downloaded from play store https://aka.ms/sms

  • Schools under Delhi Region: Schools under the Delhi Region are advised to collect the results from the office of the respective Zonal office of Deputy Director of Education after declaration of the result by confirming time with them.

The process of verification will be displayed on CBSE’s website shortly.

The highlights of this year’s CBSE Board results for Class 10 included:

  • 275 students scored 90% & above while 48 students scored 95% & above

  • Region-wise Trivandrum showed the highest pass percentage at 99.85%

  • Performance of CNSW Students was exceptionally well with 95.99 Pass %

  • 13 Candidates scored 499 marks out of 500.

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CBSE 2019 Results Released!

CBSE Results Out! Check your result on their official website www.results.nic.in/

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The Central Board of Secondary Education has declared results of Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) 2019 on May 2, 2019 at 12.30. The CBSE has accomplished the declaration of results in a record time of 28 days for schools under all ten regions.

CHECK YOUR RESULTS ONLINE:

As per previous years, this year also the CBSE is hosting its results on net with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Govt. of India. The schools will automatically get their entire Schools results on email IDs already registered with the Board.

The students can access their results through following websites;

www.results.nic.in

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www.cbseresults.nic.in

www.cbse.nic.in

CBSE GOES DIGITAL AND MOBILE:

• Started in 2016, this year also CBSE will provide Class XII digital academic documents (Marksheets, Migration Certificate & Pass Certificate) through its own academic repository ‘Parinam Manjusha’ which is integrated with DigiLocker at https://digilocker.gov.in.

• The DigiLocker account credentials will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE.

• Students can also view their results on UMANG Mobile Platform which is available for Android, IOS and Windows-based Smart Phones.

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• The CBSE Class XII results will also be available via Android mobile app “DigiResults”.

3. RESULTS THROUGH IVRS (INTERACTIVE VOICE RESPONSE SYSTEM)

The telephone numbers of NIC through which results can be accessed through IVRS are as follows: –

National Informatics Centre :

TELEPHONE NUMBER(S) AREA COVERED

24300699 – for local subscribers in Delhi

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011 – 24300699 – for subscribers in other parts of the country

4. Results can also be accessed through Google search engine www.google.co.in

5. Results can also be accessed through SMS organizer app which can be downloaded from play store https://aka.ms/sms

6. Schools under Delhi Region: Schools under the Delhi Region are advised to collect the results from the office of the respective Zonal office of Deputy Director of Education after the declaration of the result by confirming the time with them.

The result will not be available in the Board and the public are advised not to visit Board’s office for collection of results.

The process of verification will be displayed on CBSE’s website shortly.

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SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION (CLASS XII) RESULT 2019

 

 Duration of Examination

15 February 2019 to 04 April 2019

 

Date of Result Declaration

May 2019

1.

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Total number of Schools and Exam centers (Full Subjects)

Year

Number of Schools

Number of Exam Centres

2018

11510

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4145

2019

12441

4627

2.

Overall Pass Percentage (Full Subjects)

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Year

Registered

Appeared

passed

Pass%

Increase in pass%

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2018

1119248

1106772

918763

83.01

0.39 %

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2019

1218393

1205484

1005427

83.40

3.

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Region-wise Pass % – 2019 Top 3 Regions (Full Subjects)

 

Name of Region

Pass %

1

Trivandrum

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98.20

2

Chennai

92.93

3

Delhi

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91.87

4.

Performance of Candidates in Delhi Region (Full Subjects)

YEAR

REGISTERED

APPEARED

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PASSED

PASS%

2018

242536

239864

213487

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89.00

2019

262710

259868

238729

91.87

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Performance of Candidates in Foreign Schools (Full Subjects)

YEAR

REGISTERED

APPEARED

PASSED

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PASS%

2018

15771

15674

14881

94.94

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2019

16099

16005

15273

95.43

6.

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Gender wise Pass % (Full Subjects)

GENDER

2018

2019

Girls  have done better than Boys   by 9  %

Girls

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88.31

88.70

Boys

78.99

79.40

Transgender

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0.00

83.33

7.

Institution-wise Comparative Performance 2019 (Full Subjects)

 

Institutions

Pass %

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1

GOVT AIDED

88.49

2

GOVT

87.17

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3

INDEPENDENT

82.59

4

JNV

96.62

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5

KV

98.54

6

CTSA

96.06

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8.

Performance of CWSN candidates 2019 (Full Subjects)

YEAR

REGISTERED

APPEARED

PASSED

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PASS%

2019

3386

3260

2942

90.25

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9.

Total number of candidates who scored >90% and >95% and above (2019) (Full Subjects)

 

>90% and above

>95% and above

Total Candidates

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94299

17693

10.

Total number of candidates who scored >90% and >95% and above (2019) (Full Subjects)

 

>90% and above

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>95% and above

Total Candidates

225

36

11.

Number of Candidates placed in Compartment in 2019 (Full Subjects)

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Number of Candidates

Percentage

99207

8.23

 

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