Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 12th Exam Result Today @ 12.00 P.M

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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is declared to announced the 12th result today @ 12.00 P.M 2015.

Students from Class 12th in the CBSE will able to get introduced with their results on 25th May 2015 at 12:00 Noon on the official website.

It is stated that students can also get their results through the Roll No. and Name Wise and the Board has given the facility to students which helps them to get their results through SMS and Email. We are giving the students some steps and link which students can follow to get their results in very little time.

Over 11 Lakhs of students has appeared in the Class 12th examination of CBSE on March 2015 including all the regions in India.

Students has done lots of hard work to get maximum marks in the examination so that they can get the career of their own choice in the higher level of education i.e. colleges

From below links to download the CBSE 12th exam result 2015:
http://cbseresults.nic.in/
http://schools9.com/delhi/results2014/cbse-class-12th-exam-results-25052015.htm
http://www.manabadi.co.in/results/center-board-of-secondary-education-cbse-2015-exam-results-25052015.asp
http://results.indiaresults.com/dl/cbse/class-12th-all-region-result-2015/query.htm
About CBSE : –

Central Board of Secondary Education which is known as CBSE is a Central Board of Education in India which is located at New Delhi, India. CBSE was established on November 03, 1962 and Ministry of Human Resource Development is the Parent Organization of CBSE. CBSE grants the affiliation to the private and public schools in India and designs the syllabus and study material for such schools.It conducts the board exams of 10th and 12th and promotes the qualified students to next level.




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