The 1st ever result without exams-CBSE declares class 12 results

The 1st ever result without exams-CBSE declares class 12 results

Class 12 CBSE Board results declared for more than 14 lakh students.

Many other boards including CBSE have seen high pass percentage and rise in 90+ scorers this year.

5.37% students have got more than 95% marks. 

CBSE has declared Class 12 Board exam results today. Over 14 lakh students were eagerly waiting for their results. Marksheets will be available for download at, Students can get their mark sheets from Digi locker facility at

The 1st ever result without appearing for exams has been declared and it has also been seen that the number of students achieving 90+ is almost at par with last year. Many schools have given high scores to the students and around 5.37% students have scored more than 95%. 129 differently abled students scored 95% plus. 

Class 12 results are computed based on class 12 internals, class 11 and class 10 finals. The formula for computation was finalized after much debate and a new assessment formula has been created for 2022 batch.

The girls have scored better than boys this year by 0.54 percent. The pass percentage of girls is 99.67 and that of boys is 99.13%. Results of around 65000 plus students could not be declared today probably because of the wrong data submitted or data not submitted on time by schools. The results of these students will be declared on August 5.

CBSE 12th Result 2021: Ensure marksheet is error-free

Students checking their results today need to ensure that their marksheet is error free. In case they find any mistake, they will have to get it corrected at the earliest. Basic things to follow:

Check spelling of names 
Check subjects and school name
Check roll number is same as given through roll number locator
Check Total calculations
Check % calculation

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