The CBSE board has also tied up with search engine Bing where you could check results on the page itself after searching for 'CBSE'.
CBSE Board Class 10th Region-wise pass percentage: Delhi- 78.09, Patna- 95.50, Allahabad- 98.23, Dehradun- 97.27, Ajmer- 93.30.
CBSE Board Class 10th region-wise pass percentage: Trivandrum- 99.85, Chennai- 99.62, Bhubaneswar- 92.15, Chandigarh- 94.34, Guwahati- 65.53.
Here is how you can check the results:
> Log on to official websites - cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.nic.in
> Look for the tab “CBSE Class 10th Result 2017”
> Enter your roll and school number.
> Take a print out for future reference.
The schools will automatically get their entire results on email ids already registered with the Board.
However, the result will not be available in the Board and the public are advised not to visit CBSE office for collection of results.
When board results are out and your kid does well!!!!!! https://t.co/hPN0XoqHgp
— Smriti Z Irani (@smritiirani) June 3, 2017
@PrakashJavdekar I have appeared in class 10th board exam in 2017
So can you please tell me when cbse is going to launch class 10 result..
— Vinay (@vinay_0208) June 2, 2017
Here’s how to check your results on Bing
1. Firstly, you need to log on to bing.com
2. Then, type “CBSE” or “CBSE results” on the search bar on the homepage. A host of options will pop-up for your guidance
3. Put your roll number and other required details in the specified box
4. Press ‘submit’ and get your results
As many as 16,67,000 students have registered for Class 10 examination which is 15.73 per cent higher than last year's figure.
Bing search engine
In a push to make people switch to its Bing search engine, Microsoft is also paying users in Britain to use Bing over competitors like Google Search.
As part of its "Rewards" scheme, Microsoft will now allow users to earn points for making purchases online and simply searching the web which can then be redeemed for music and movies. The rewards scheme will also be launched in France, Germany and Canada soon.