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CBSE Class 12 Results Announced Where to find result and Du Admission ?

The CBSE Class 12 results have been released on CBSE's websites: and The topper, Meghana Srivastava was an Arts student.
 The month-long wait for nearly 12 lakh students has finally ended with the CBSE declaring the Class 12 results this afternoon. The topper, Meghana Srivastava from Uttar Pradesh's Noida - an Arts student - got 499 out of 500 marks.

"I am happy, never expected this... Class XII is all about consistency. Also do not stress over boards," said an ecstatic, but equally shocked Meghana. "There is no secret, have to just work hard, be consistent. You just have to study throughout the year," she added.

The second topper, Anoushka Chandra, also from Uttar Pradesh, is just one mark behind with 498. Third is Chahat Bodhraj from Rajasthan, with 497 marks, rounding off an all-girl podium.

This year again, the girls have outshined boys with an overall passing percentage of 88.31 compared to 78.09 of boys. 

More than 16,38,420 candidates registered for the Class 10 exam conducted at 4,453 centres across India and 78 centres abroad. For Class 12, 11,86,306 candidates registered and the exams were held at 4,138 centres in India and 71 centres outside the country.
Students can check their results on the official websites of the board: and www.results.nic.inafter they are released.
This year, students will also be able to check their results on Google.
“CBSE has partnered with Google for the first time to host the board’s Class 10 and Class 12 results on the search engine,” the board’s spokesperson Rama Sharma told Hindustan Times. Students will be able to check their results on Google by searching for CBSE Class 12 result. They will have to key in the required details to login and check their results.
CBSE 12th exam results 2018: Steps to check
1) Visit CBSE results website at
1) Click on the link for result 2018
2) Key in your roll no, school no and centre no on the login page that opens
3) Submit
4) Result will be displayed on the screen
5) Download the result and take a print out of the same
Class 12 students anxious a day before declaration of result
After a brief respite, anxiety is back on CBSE Class 12 students’ minds.
In Lucknow, students of GD Goenka Public School were hoping for the best even as the school principal and psychology teacher tried to lift their spirits up to keep the students in the right frame of mind.
“To apply for Delhi University colleges, I need a great percentage. So, I’m hoping a lot from the results as my college destination depends on it,” said Aishwayra Sharma, who wants to do B Com from the Delhi University.
“I have applied in other colleges too as an alternative,” she said.
“I’ve applied for colleges in UK which demand a certain percentage. So, getting a good percentage for me is very important,” said Aadhya Aron, another student.
This year, Class 12 Economics and Class 10 Mathematics papers got leaked, triggering criticism against the board over the way the exams were conducted. A re-test was held for Class 12 Economics students, but CBSE decided against one for Class 10 Mathematics paper.
The students who sat for JEE Advanced seemed comparatively indifferent about the results as their main focus continued to be the IITs.
“To some extent, it doesn’t bother. Of course there is some pressure about the result. Balancing the two was quite a task for me. A good percentage will give a boost,” said Prakhar Maurya, an IIT aspirant.
The students have been stressed for long and are trying to de-stress themselves. “Netfilx and chill mainly. My parents have been extremely supportive and caring which is a big relief to my mind,” said Aishwarya Sharma.
“I’ve taken to swimming these days to relax and energise myself. We also have counselling sessions in our school which are very helpful,” said Suramya Ahuja, another IIT aspirant.
“We finally have the time to go out with our friends and wander. I’m watching all the movies I put on pause for a year,” said Vatsalya Vaibhav.

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