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The HSC (class 10) and HSSC (class 12) results will be released at 10:30 AM. The results are likely to be declared at 10.30 am. The students who appeared for the MPBSE Board exams 2018 can register below to get their result directly through SMS or email.

"That, the current batch i.e. the batch of class X, which is taking class X Examination in 2018 with five main subjects (having 20 marks as internal assessment component as per scheme of studies) may be exempted from the mandatory separate pass criteria in the subjects having component of 20 marks internal assessment and Board examination of 80 marks", the statement read.

However, other sources also suggest that the tentative dates for the declaration of the Haryana Board Class 12 and Class 10th result is May 15.

This year, the MP board class 10 exam began from March 5.

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This year the Haryana Board Class 10th exams were conducted from March 8th to March 31st.

In 2017, CBSE Class 12th result was declared on May 28. The Class 12th exams of Haryana board were conducted from March 7th to April 3rd. If the latest reports are to be believed then the board officials have made all the required arrangements for the smooth declaration of the results. A total of 10,20,762 students from 10,673 schools had appeared for the 2017 CBSE Class XII exam. 10,091 students had scored over 95% marks and 63,247 had scored over 90% marks in CBSE Class XIIth 2017 exam. The overall pass percentage of Haryana Board 12th exam result was recorded as 64.50% and for class 10th result it was 50.49%.

Almost 19,00,000 students, including 700,000 12th Class applicants and 11,00,000 Class 10 examinees, wrote the exams managed by the board.

Enter your Roll Number, School No. and Centre No. It often happens that due to heavy traffic the site become unresponsive. In such case, CBSE's collaboration with Google will prove to be of huge help to anxious students and their parents who wait eagerly to check their results at the earliest.