The results will also be available through an Interactive Voice Response System on telephone number 011. 281.270.30.
The CBSE board has also reportedly launched a a 15-day counseling for students to cope with post-result situations. The counseling will be provided by the board through tele-helpline, IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System) and CBSE website, reports CNN-IBN.
About 637,000 students, comprising of 264,248 female and 373,330 males gave their exams both in India and abroad in Mar 09.
The results of Ajmer, Panchkula and Chennai regions have been announced on Tuesday, May 19.