CBSE Class 12 Result 2023: How to Check Marks Online

The central board of secondary education has released the CBSE Class 12th results 2023 today, May 12. As many as 87.33% students have passed the 12th exam. Girls outperform boys by 6.01% with 90.68% pass percentage. The top performing region is Trivandrum with 99.91 pass percentage. 

A total of 38,83,710 students appeared for the CBSE board exam this year, which included 21,86,940 class 10 students and 16,96,770 class 12 candidates. Once released, the student’s will be able to check their results on official websites – and Apart from CBSE’s official websites, students can also check their scores on UMANG and Digilocker apps as well. 

As per the passing criteria for CBSE class 12 Board exam 2023, students must secure a minimum of 26 Marks out of 80 to pass the theory examination of particular subject. Along with this, the student must secure 33 percent in each subject to pass the exams. Like every year, CBSE will not declare a merit list, however, 0.1% of students who have scored the highest marks in each subject will receive a merit certificate. About 1,12,838 students scored above 90%, and 22,622 of them scored above 95%. The number of candidates placed in the compartment is 1,25,705. The board conducted the class 10 board exams this year from  February 15 to March 21. The class 12 board exams were held between February 15 and April 5. 

CBSE Board Results 2023: Steps to download

Step 1 – Go to Central Board of Secondary Education’s official website

Step 2 – Look for Resultsand click on the CBSE class 12 result link provided on the homepage 

Step 3 – On the new window, login using CBSE roll number, School number and Admit Card ID and click Submit. 

Step 4 – The CBSE result will appear on your computer screen

Step 5 – Check all the details and download the CBSE results. 

Only the students who obtain equal to or more than the prescribed passing marks in the CBSE 12th Results 2023 will receive the original mark sheet and passing certificate. Students who fail to achieve the minimum passing marks will not be eligible for higher studies until they clear the exam. They will be required to appear for the compartment exam or the improvement exam to pass and obtain the original marksheet and passing certificate.  

Wishing all the students the best of luck.

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