The results of CBSE Class 1o are expected to be declared tomorrow May 27 at  cbseresults.nic.in or cbse.nic.in.  The aspirants will be able to check  the class 10 results at the official website. In order to check the results candidates are required to enter their roll number and  then take the print out of the results. Once the results of Class 10 are declared, the results will in certain abbreviations like N.E. – Not Eligibile, R.W. – Result Withheld, R.L. – Result Later, ABST – Absent, COMP – Compartment, UFM – Unfairmeans, XXXX – Improvement,  SJD – Subjudice. (READ: Revaluation, compartmental exam dates for CBSE Class XII announced) Also Read - UPSC Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for Various Posts, Here's How You Can Apply

About 10 lakh students are  waiting anxiously for the results of CBSE Class to be declared. Students who have appeared for the CBSE board exams can get a copy of their evaluated answer sheets.  For CBSE Class 12 examination topper M Gayatri, sticking regularly to normal hours of study is her  mantra of success. A student of New Greenfields School, Saket, she also credited her parents S Mohan and Laxmi Mohan as well as her teachers for their contribution for her achievement.   READ: Get marksheets of CBSE Class 10 at cbseresults.nic.in Also Read - Beyond The Call Of Duty: Police Station in Aurangabad Holds English Classes For Slum Children

Narendra Modi congratulated the students of CBSE Class 12 who got the results. The post-result CBSE counselling session will begin from May 25 and continue till June 8.  The post-result CBSE counselling session will begin from May 25 and continue till June 8. This year saw 10,40,368 students (6 lakh boys and 4.3 lakh girls) registering for the CBSE class 12 board exams 2015, which is an increase of 1.01% from previous year’s figures (10.2 lakh students in 2014.) The  All India overall pass percentage for CBSE students  is 87.56.  Also Read - Operation Smile: Indore Cop Turns Teacher For Slum Children Who Couldn't Attend Online Classes Due to Pandemic