CBSE Board Exams & Results Dates 2016
The Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi conducted class 10th board examinations all over country in March. The board is now preparing to declare the board results of class X. Amidst the expectations for results, a clash over Mathematics paper is still not over. A clash of statements is rising between government and the students. As claimed by students who appeared for Class 10th exams, the paper of Mathematics was too tough and lengthy. However, the government is denying the paper to be out of curriculum.
According to the latest media reports, students are stiff over the Math paper issue. Students say the language of the paper was confusing and questions were tricky. Many students have complained about the language and questions covered in the paper. The paper was also lengthy and it was not possible to complete it in 3 hours duration. CBSE has also placed the issue before the Committee comprised of subject experts. The committee concluded that the question papers followed the curriculum, sample question papers and syllabus prescribed by the CBSE board.
Government has also denied on reports of leakage of Class 12th question paper of Maths. CBSE students alleged that the mathematics paper of Class 12th for which exam was conducted on 14th March was leaked. Board authorities and teachers have declared such reports as baseless. As per reports of medial many students said the questions were quite similar and in sequence to the paper that leaked a day before the exam.
How to Check CBSE Board Exam Results
Amidst all these issues and clashes between authorities and students, the exact date of result is not yet declared. Reports say that result of class 10th is expected on 30th of May 2016. Many state boards like West Bengal, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh have already declared board exam results. CBSE board results are still awaited by students of Central schools and several other schools affiliated to the board.
Students can check their CBSE class 10thresults at the official portal of CBSE. The results will be first published at Cbseresults.nic.in. Students should keep their roll number ready to check their results. Visit the official site of CBSE and view your results by entering your roll number and date of birth. Those who do not have access to internet can get results by SMS and automated telephone service. Students of class 12th Science, Commerce and Arts stream can also check their results at the same portal. Make sure you check iresultsnic.in for all the latest updates.