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CBSE results: How to get it through SMS Organiser

R Dinakaran | Updated on May 02, 2019 Published on May 01, 2019

CBSE results and marks can be received through SMS using the SMS Organizer app as soon as they are announced

Microsoft and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) have joined hands to deliver CBSE 10th and 12th board exam results. The CBSE results will be available through the SMS Organizer app.  Users can pre-register on the SMS Organizer app and receive the results as soon as they are announced by CBSE, even without internet connectivity.

In a statement, Microsoft said it has been partnering with CBSE to display results on www.bing.com and last year, the company also introduced the CBSE results card into SMS Organizer app as an easy way to get results delivered on to the phone.

If the user is already an SMS Organizer user, he will get a notification to pre-register to receive the results. If not the user will have to download the app and register.

How to register:

Step 1: Click on the notification from the app, to pre-register.

Step 2: Enter the required details – roll number, school code, and date of birth to complete the registration process.

Step 3: As soon as the results are declared, the user will receive the score card on the app, even if he does not have internet connectivity.

This year Microsoft has also added an option where users can share their results card with their friends and family through other social media and instant messaging apps.

Published on May 01, 2019

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