Microsoft partners with CBSE to provide 10th, 12th results online

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In a very fortuitous turn of events, Microsoft partnered with the Central Board Of Secondary Education (CBSE) to provide results of 10th and 12th board examinations, after Google announced to do the same. A year ago, it had worked together with the Board to show the outcome on bing.com. This year, the outcomes can be seen on the SMS Organizer. The application is accessible on Google Playstore: SMS Organizer-Clean, Blocker, Reminders, and Backup and is viable with the Android working framework. 

The students need to fill significant subtleties like roll number, school code, and date of birth in the pre-enrollment highlight of the application.

As cited by NDTV, Microsoft stated, ‘On the result day, look out for the notice for your outcome and snap to see your scorecard! You don’t need to do anything since you’ve as of now pre-enlisted with SMS Organizer.’

In 2019, CBSE reported its joint effort with Google to declare aftereffects of the JEE (Main) test’s outcome. Minutes after which the JEE fundamental outcome showed up on the pursuit page at google.com.

Microsoft and Google both have been passionate supporters of CBSE and have helped in making the cycle of result assertion simpler consistently. Given the unique conditions of COVID-19, this move will push the understudies to handily get the outcomes on the web.

“We are teaming up with Google for the smooth spread of results through a simple and secure stage,” Rama Sharma, Senior Public Relations Officer, CBSE, said in an announcement, as cited by NDTV.

The Google empowered outcome highlight will be live for a shorter term. Anyway, this will spare time as students won’t need to trust that individual outcome gateways will stack totally, which is on other hand a greater issue as sites regularly crash after the announcement of the outcome.

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