Bing, the search engine by Microsoft has teamed up with CBSE to make it easier for students to access the Class 10 board results. All you need to do to check the results is to go to Bing and use the search terms ‘CBSE Class 10 Results’, or ‘CBSE Results’ or ‘CBSE’. Bing will provide a search box in the results which will ask you to enter the CBSE Examination Roll number along with other details as reported by Business Standard. The search engine will present you with the result after you click ‘Submit’.
One thing to note here is that this is not the only way to check CBSE board results. Users can check the results by going to the official websites provided by CBSE in addition to the IVR and SMS services to check the results.
Students can navigate to www.cbse.nic.in, www.cbseresults.nic.in to check the results on the official websites. Tata Teleservices users can call on 54321223, MTNL subscribers can call on 011-28127030, 011-24357276, Airtel users can call on 54321202 and Idea Cellular subscribers can call on 55530 to use the IVR facility to check the results.
For accessing the results on SMS, students can SMS ‘cbse 12 rollnumber’ without quotes while replacing the ‘rollnumber’ with your actual roll number to 9212357123, a number provided by NIC to get your results.
CBSE Class 10 results are the most important examination results for the students before college. The board has not announced the exact date of the results. Reports by different publications were speculation at the result being posted today but it turns out that the results will have to wait another day.
This is not the first time that Microsoft is teaming up with CBSE to provide the results for the Board examinations. The company announced a similar team up with the board last year to make it easier for Class 12 and Class 10 students to access their results using the search engine. Microsoft teamed up with a number of education boards across India to give easy access to examination results.