The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare class XII results on Monday (May 28) morning.

The CBSE announced on Friday that the results of Senior School Certificate Examination 2012 (Class XII) will be declared at 11.00 am on Monday. It added that special arrangement has been made for quick access of results by individuals as well as schools.

The CBSE is hosting its results with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Govt. of India on net.

To find out the results, students can log on to these links,,

Students can also get their results on their e-mail address by registering on the given sites and schools too can get entire school's results by giving their school code and email-id by registering themselves on the sites.

Students and schools can also get results through Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS). Rates for IVRS per roll no. will be Rs. 0.30 per minute.

The telephone numbers of NIC and other organization through which results can be had through IVRS are as follows:- 

NIC: 24357276  / MTNL: 28127030 / IDEA: 55530  / BSNL: 1255536  / Airtel: 54321202  / Tata Teleservice: 54321223

Students can also get results through short message service (SMS) and the rates of SMS for result per roll number is Rs.0.50. Here is the detail:-

MTNL: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 52001 

BSNL: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 57766 

Aircel: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 5800002 

Idea: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 55456068 

Tata Teleservice (Indicom, Docomo): SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 54321, 51234, 5333300

Airtel: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 54321202, 55077

NIC: SMS cbse12 (space) roll number to 9212357123

The CBSE declared class X results of Chennai region on May 21 with pass percentage of 99.45. The results of other regions of the country were declared on Thursday (May 24) with 98.19 pass percentage. A total number of 1179182 candidates were registered for class X examination this year. This amounts for an increase of about 11 % candidates over that of last year.