CGBSE 12th Result 2020 declared: Chhattisgarh Board announces Class 12 results on cgbse.nic.in, how to check scores via SMS
CGBSE 12th Result 2020 | Candidates who appeared for the CGBSE Class 12 exam can visit official websites - cgbse.nic.in and results.cg.nic.in. to check their results.
CGBSE 12th Result 2020 declared | The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education (CGBSE) has declared the Class 12 board exam results today (23 June, Tuesday) at 11 am.
How to check result via SMS
Students can also send an SMS in the format — CG12ROLLNUMBER — to 56263 to get their results on their phones.
Following are the steps to check the CGBSE Class 12 result 2020:
Step 1: Visit the official website cgbse.nic.in
Step 2: On the homepage click on the link ‘CGBSE Class 12th Result 2020’
Step 3: Fill in your roll number, date of birth as mentioned in your hall ticket
Step 4: As soon as the details are submitted, the result will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Candidates can take print out, email or download the result for further reference.
Alternatively, if the official website is slow or not responsive, students can get their score on their mobile phone via SMS and through websites such as examresults.net, results.nic.in and indiaresults.com.
The Chhattisgarh Class 12 Board exams were scheduled in March, but due to the outbreak of the coronavirus , some exams had to be postponed.
Subsequently, the Board cancelled the remaining exams and announced that students will be marked for the pending examinations on the basis of internal assessment.
Last year, close to 2.7 lakh students had appeared for the Class 12 board exam.
About Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education:
The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education controls, regulates, and looks after matters associated with school education in the state of Chhatisgarh. It is responsible for the promotion and development of secondary education in the state of Chhattisgarh.
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