CBSE Board Exam Result 2023: Results For Classes 10th and 12th Will Be Available Soon

May 8, 2023


Results for Class X and XII will be posted at results.cbse.nic.in and cbse.gov.in by the CBSE in 2023 for the classes of 10th and 12th.

Results of the 2023 Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) Board Exams are anticipated to be released in the near future for the Class 10 and Class 12 exams. The results for the 2023 classes of the CBSE will probably be released this week, according to a number of media outlets. Regarding the release date of the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 test results, the Board officials, however, have not made any formal announcements.

The websites results.cbse.nic.in and cbse.gov.in, where the CBSE Class X and XII results 2023 will be available after they are announced.

How to Check Score Cards of CBSE 10th and 12th?

  • Scorecards can be viewed on the official websites results.cbse.nic.in and cbse.gov.in. Class 10th and Class 12th results are announced in 2023. 
  • You must select either the "Secondary School Examination Class X Results 2023 Announced" or "Senior School Certificate Examination Class XII Results 2023 Announced" links on the website's homepage under the "Results" section.
  • After that, you will be taken to a different page where you must input your CBSE Class 10 or Class 12 roll number, school number, birth date, and admission card ID.
  • Upon clicking the "Submit" button, the results for your CBSE Class 10 or Class 12 exams of 2023 will be displayed on your mobile device or computer screen.
  • Get a printout of your Class 10 or Class 12 CBSE results in 2023 for your records.

Where to check CBSE 2023 Results:

The students waiting for their 10th and 12th results can view their CBSE 2023 results from the following websites:

  • cbse.gov.in
  • results.cbse.nic.in
  • parikshasangam.cbse.gov.in

Exams for the Class 10 and 12 boards of the CBSE were administered in 2023 from February to April. The CBSE examinations for Class 10 and Class 12 began concurrently on February 15, culminating on separate dates of March 21 and April 5, respectively.

For the CBSE 10th and 12th grade exams this year, more than 38 lakh pupils registered, according to media reports.

16,96,770 pupils took the Class XII examinations, whilst 21,86,940 students were scheduled to take the Class X exams.

New Paper Format for the Ongoing Academic Session 2023-24

For the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams that will be held in 2024, the CBSE has revised its evaluation scheme by adding more Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and reducing the weightage for questions demanding short or long answers. Officials claim the action aims to gradually align evaluation with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 recommendations.

The new National Curriculum Framework (NCF) will likely be implemented the following year, hence the change may only affect the 2023–24 academic session.

The National Education Policy, 2020 underscores the importance of transitioning away from mere memorization towards an education system that promotes experiential learning and enhances the creative and critical thinking abilities of students. This approach prepares students to tackle the challenges of the 21st century in a proactive manner. According to CBSE (Academics) Director Joseph Emanuel, the board is starting to alter exam and assessment procedures for the academic year 2023–2024 in order to match assessment with competency-focused education.

As a result, he said, there would be more competency-based questions or questions on the question paper in the upcoming session that evaluate how well concepts are applied in practical settings.

According to reports, 50% of the questions in class 10 will be competency-based, whether they take the shape of MCQs, case studies, integrated questions based on sources, or any other type. In the most recent academic session, such questions were weighted 40%. MCQs with a 20% weighting requirement must now be used for the objective questions. From 40% last year, the weighting for questions with short and long answers has decreased to 30%.

Class 12th assessments also adhere to this principle, with a significant emphasis on competency-based evaluations, comprising multiple-choice questions (MCQs), case-based and source-based integrated questions, and other examination formats, to account for 40% of the assessment.

In the most recent academic session, such questions were worth 30% of the total score.

There will now be MCQs with a 20% weighting requirement for all objective questions in Class 12. Reduced from 50% last year to 40% this year, the weighting for short- and long-answer questions

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