🔥 After the result, the CBSE will start the Post-Result Tele Counseling Service from July 13th to July 27th. 73 advisors will advise the students After the result, CBSE has now started the Tele Counseling Service. By July 27, 73 advisors will advise the students
- The percentage of exams passed was 88.78%, 5.38% more than in 2019.
- The tele-advice center is available daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
July 13, 2020, 6:09 PM IS
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released 12th grade results on Monday afternoon. With this, the Board of Directors has also started the 23rd edition of its annual tele-consultation based on the result. This facility is open to students and parents until July 27th. Students and parents can get answers to their problems related to the board’s results by phone, IVRS, and messages. This facility can be used from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
73 consultants from India are included
According to the board, 95 school principals and trained advisors from CBSE-affiliated schools in India and abroad will offer free and voluntary counseling to students and parents. In addition to India, the service is also available in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Japan, Oman and Singapore. During this time, 95 counselors, including special teachers, answer questions from students and parents. This includes 73 consultants from India and 22 from abroad.
Board issued toll-free number
To answer the questions of Indian students, the board has assigned a toll-free number 1800 118 004. Students living in any part of the country can find solutions to their problems on this toll-free number. The goal is to solve all problems related to the results of students and parents and to help with mental health problems.
Tele-advice is carried out in two ways
1. IVRS- Here you can listen to the recording of tips on student or parent stress, protection against Kovid-19, important contact details, exam results, etc.
2. Live tally advice As part of this, the counting operators will get students and parents to speak to their school principals, advisors and special educators.