CBSE 2009 class 10 results onlineMay 26th, 2009 - 11:12 am ICT by John Le Fevre
India’s Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will today announce the results of the class 10 2009 standard exams for Ajmer, Chennai and Panchkula regions, ending an almost two month long wait by over three quarters of a million students.
More than 824,438 class 10 students sat the 2009 exams in March and today they will find out the results of their in-school and at home efforts and preparation.
According to the CBSE, 336,963 female students and 487,475 males sat the class 10 standard exams, both in India and abroad.
CBSE public relations officer, Rama Sharma, said the board will post the class 10 2009 result on the CBSE website (www.results.nic.in and www.cbseresults.nic.in) from 10am today, Tuesday, May 26.
CBSE class 10 2009 students are also able to have their results emailed to them by registering their details at www.results.nic.in, or www.cbseresults.nic.in.
According to Mr Sharma, schools can have the CBSE class 10 2009 results for all of their students emailed to them by registering on the same websites and entering their school code and e-mail address.
Individual Class 10 2009 results can also be checked on the www.mtnldelhi.in and www.bol.net.in websites, while various mobile phone service providers are able to deliver the results by short message service (SMS).
In addition, the CBSE will be offering the Class 10 2009 results through an Interactive Voice Response System on MTNL telephone number 011-281 270 30.
For the 12th consecutive year the CBSE has established a telephone counseling service staffed by principals and trained counselor’s from CBSE-affiliated schools, psychologists and social scientists to assist class 10 students who become anxious or who feel stressed about the results.
The service, provided free of charge, will operate in four time zones within India. There is also free telephone counseling available for CBSE class 10 2009 students living in Doha-Qatar and Yemen.
The management and editorial staff of Thaindian News wish all CBSE class 10, 2009 students the best of luck.
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