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For 60,000 Students ‘Results Later’, CBSE Says No Reference Year to Tabulate Scores

CBSE yet to declare results of 1060 schools (Representative image)

CBSE yet to declare results of 1060 schools (Representative image)

As many as 1060 new schools are yet to receive their results as last year's marks are not available. However, the board will declare it within a week’s time.

The CBSE announced the class 12th board results after a long wait, but for 60,000 students the announcements of results have been delayed by a week. According to CBSE, “The result of about 1060 new schools is still under process as there was no reference year hence, looking into the interest of candidates, the results of these schools will also be declared within a week’s time.”

The board further added, “Accordingly, the results of about 60,000 students of these schools and some few other schools will be shown as ‘Result Later’.”

The exams for CBSE were scheduled for May 4 but were cancelled due to the rising Covid-19 cases. After cancellation, the board with the help of an expert committee started preparing the policy for the tabulation of marks for class 12.

The results have been declared for over 14 lakh students, who are reading the first-ever board result without exams. The mark sheets will be available to download on the website. Students can get their mark sheets from DigiLocker facility at digilocker.gov.in.

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first published:July 30, 2021, 16:53 IST