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CBSE Class 10 Exam Results in June 1st Week, ICSE May Last Week

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Last year, CBSE declared its Class 10 exam results on May 28, but this year’s results will be delayed beyond May into sometime around June first week, said some sources. However, some coaching centres are confident that the results will be out by  Saturday, June 3, 2017.

However, CBSE has not confirmed any date so far.

To check the results, visit the official CBSE website and official government websites given below:


To check your results, Click on ‘CBSE Class 12 Results 2017’

Once the page appears, enter your roll number and school number.

Those who wish to get their results via mobile phones can register beforehand with the CBSE. The phone numbers of NIC and MTNL, by which the results can be accessed through IVRS, are given below:

(a) National Informatics Centre (NIC): For Delhi subscribers call on to 24300699
For other parts of the country, the candidates can call on to 011- 24300699

(b) MTNL:
For Delhi subscribers call on to 28127030
For other parts of the county, the students can call on to 011 -28127030

The Central Board of Secondary Education Class X exam has been made compulsory for all students from this year after discontinuation of the older system whereby schools were allowed to hold Class 10 exam.


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