The central board of secondary education (CBSE) declared the class 12 results for the Delhi and Dehradun regions on Thursday (29 May) morning.
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The National Informatics Centre is also allowing access to results through interactive voice response system (IVRS). Candidates need to dial 011 - 24300699 or 011 - 28127030 or 1255536 and give their roll numbers to get the marks.
Students who have appeared as private candidates for the class 12 exams under the Delhi region can get their results from their examination centre, reported India Today.
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Students can also dial a toll free number - 1800 11 8004 – from any part of the country to get clarification from an operator regarding general queries on the results. They can also get in touch with the counselors for one to one telephonic counseling sessions between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. till 10 June.
The CBSE class 12 exams, which commenced on 1 May ended on 17 May. More than 10 lakh students, including over 6 lakh boys and 4.26 lakh girls, registered for the exams this year, which is an increase of 9.32 percent when compared with last year's number of candidates registered for the examinations.
Students and parents have been waiting with bated breath for the results, as the scores are important for getting admission in well-known colleges. The delay in the announcement of results have apparently caused "inconvenience" and increased the stress levels among the class 12 students across the country.
"First, the election caused a lot of confusion. My music and fine arts papers got delayed and now the results are also not coming on time. It's very stressful," Antara Bhattacharya, who is waiting to get the results, told the Hindustan Times.
This year, the CBSE has been declaring the results for various regions on different dates. The class 12 results for Chennai and Trivandram regions were declared on Monday (26 May). The results for the six other regions including Ajmer, Bhubaneshwar, Panchkula, Patna, Allahabad and Guwahati were announced on Wednesday (28 May).
According to a statement from the CBSE, the pass percentage for the Chennai region stood at 91.63 percent and the same for Thiruvananthapuram region stood at 94.26 percent. The pass percentage for Ajmer is at 86.22 percent, Guwahati at 75.80 percent, Bhubaneswar at 86.25 percent, Patna at 73.53 percent and Panchkula at 82.84 percent.
Candidates who have failed the exams will have to appear for the compartment exams and they will be allowed three attempts to clear them. To get details about the eligibility for compartment in secondary examination, click HERE.