The CBSE Results 2012for class X (AISSE) and class XII (AISSCE) will be published by the third week of May 2012.
For Class X, the CCE details are being uploaded by the Vidyalayas to CBSE server. The schools are given time till 15 April for updating the marks up to Summative Assessment 2 for Class X 2012.
The results will be published at http://cbseresults.nic.in
The results of both Board Based exams and School Based Exams will be published together.
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CBSE will be announcing the Class X results 2011 probably on Tuesday, 31 May 2011, in case it is not able to declare results by 3 pm on Monday, 30 May 2011.
The results will be available at http://cbseresults.nic.in/
- List the three phenomenon responsible for the formation of rainbow. (Ans: Refraction, Dispersion, (Total)Internal reflection)
- Why do stars twinkle, but planets do not? (Ans: The twinkling is caused by the variation of intensity of light entering our eye from the stars. The starts are far away from us and they are seen in a position different from their actual position caused by atmospheric refraction. The position goes on shifting slightly due to changes in atmospheric conditions, changing the intensity of light received by the eyes. But the planets are relatively closer to us and further they do not emit their own light. The apparent changes in position due to atmospheric refraction is also not considerable. So, planets do not twinkle)
- What is meant by power of accommodation of human eye? (The ability of human eye to focus on near by objects as well as far off objects without any time lag is called accomodation and the maximum change in the power of human eye during this process is called power of accomodation; and is equal to 4D)
More questions will be posted soon