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Vikash Sharma

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday issued an important notice for students on the ways to check their Class 10 and 12 results using roll numbers.

The Board today activated the ‘Roll Number Finder’ field on its official website - cbse.gov.in.

Such online facility has been created to facilitate the students to find out their Roll Numbers which is important for them to access their results.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Board Examinations for Class 10 and 12 were cancelled on May 1 and June 1, 2021, respectively, in view of the Covid-19 pandemic situation.

Subsequently, it was decided to declare the results on the basis of an objective criteria declared by the Board. Since examinations were not conducted for both the classes, therefore, the admit cards for the students were not released by the Board.

As CBSE is in the process of declaring the results, the students will only be able to access their results with the help of Board's Roll Numbers issued to them.

“Since the admit cards have not been released, the students might not be aware about the Roll Numbers allotted to them by the Board. Accordingly to facilitate the students the Board has created an online facility for the students to find out their Roll Numbers,” CBSE said in its latest circular.

Steps to find roll number through the Board’s online facility

1. The "Roll Number Finder” facility is available on the Board's Website on the link-https://cbseitb.in/2021/rfinder/landing.aspx

2. The students will have to enter exactly the same credentials which were uploaded In the LOC data for finding their Roll Numbers.

3. The students may also find out their Roll Numbers from the link for downloading the Roll Number Slips being made available on the CBSE Website

Also, to ensure the availability of information timely with the students and to avoid last minute rush, the schools have been requested to take the following action:

1 Inform all the candidates about the above facility through e-mail, SMS and phone calls.

2. The schools may also inform the students about their Roll Numbers on their registered phone numbers.

3 Result of the students will also be available in their DIGILOCKER.

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