School Board 10th, 12th Exam Results & Career Opportunities

Published on : 23rd April 2019    Author : Satyaranjan Bai

March – April – May is the exam season in India. Students studying in schools, colleges and universities have got on to their toes to give their best in the exams and score high. Various school boards in the country have just concluded the 10th, 12th exams. Let’s take a look at the important school boards in India that would declare Class 10th and 12th exam results 2019 and also learn about the career opportunities after that.

State Boards Result 2019

Each Indian state has its own Board of Education that sets the curriculum, conducts the exam and declares the results. Currently, the country has 52 state-sanctioned boards (it is because some states have more than just one board. For example, the state of West Bengal has 6 boards: Council of Higher Secondary Education, Board of Primary Education, State Council of Vocational Education and Training, Board of Secondary Education, Board of Madrasah Education and Council of Rabindra Open Schooling).

Almost all national, state board exams for the academic year 2018-2019 have been completed. Some of the boards (Andhra Paresh, Bihar Board, etc.) have declared the results of class X and XII examinations. Others are yet to declare the results.

Popular state boards result dates, and official websites -

Uttar Pradesh UP Board 10th, 12th results 2019 will be announced towards the end of April. Students can check results at and

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Jharkhand JAC 10th, 12th Results 2019 will be declared in the month of June. The official websites to check the results are and

Madhya Pradesh MP 10th, 12th results 2019 will come in the second week of May. The official websites to check the results are,, and

The Maharashtra Board is likely to declare the Maharashtra HSC, SSC results 2019 in the last week of May. The official websites are, and

The Board of Secondary Education Odisha will declare BSE Odisha 10th, 12th results 2019 in the first week of May. Students can download their results at, and

CBSE or Central Board of Secondary Education -

Managed and controlled by Union Government of India, Central Board of Secondary Education, popularly known as CBSE, is the most popular school board in the country. More than 19,000 schools are affiliated to CBSE, and the Board boasts global presence with approx. 141 affiliated schools in 25 foreign countries.

CBSE 10th, 12th Exam Results and Official Websites -

CBSE has recently conducted the 10th and 12th board examinations. CBSE 10th, 12th exam results 2019 will be declared in the second week of May. Anurag Tripathi, CBSE secretary said, “The class 10, 12 results are likely to be declared between May 13 to 17, 2019. The Class 12 results will be announced first, following which the CBSE will declare the Class 10 results after two to three days.” The official websites to check the results are and

CISCE or Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination -

A non-governmental, private institution, Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination or CISCE enjoys equal importance as that of CBSE. The Council is highly preferred by children who love language and arts and better with practice than theory.

CISCE-ICSE/ISC 10th, 12th Exam Results and Official Websites -

The CISCE, ISC 10th, 12th exam results 2019 will be announced in the second week of May. Last year, the Council announced the result on May 14.

NIOS or National Institute of Open Schooling -

Started as an open school, the NIOS (National Institute of Open Schooling) facilitated the education in India by allowing students (both children and adults) to study remotely. This year, the Council will conduct the Secondary/ Senior secondary of NIOS in April-May 2019. It has released Date Sheet for Vocational Courses & D. E1. ED examination in May 2019. The result will be announced soon after the exam is over.

Career Opportunities for Arts, Science and Commerce after 12th

For Arts –

Pursuing Arts does not bring good career opportunities – this statement is totally baseless and doesn’t hold any truth. Like Science and Commerce, this particular stream, too, has various good opportunities as well as equal challenges faced by other stream students. Isn’t it a great fact that popular examinations like UPSC Civil Services are easily cracked by Arts students as compared to the other streams? You have a great scope of further studies like B.A., B.B.A., B.H.M., B.M.S., B.F.A., B.E.M., B.J.M, B.F.D., Integral Law Course, B.S.W., D.El.Ed, B.P.Ed., B.El.Ed., B.RM., Aviation courses (cabin crew), B.T.T.M., B.B.S., etc.

Besides nurturing a career in the teaching profession, Arts students consider the following career options.

  • Economist
  • Businessman
  • Actor
  • Writers
  • Business managers
  • Historian
  • Artists
  • Fashion designers
  • Architects
  • Archaeologists
  • Government jobs in various departments and ministries
  • Banking sector
  • SSC to join the bureaucracy

For Science –

Studying science opens up doors to popular courses such as medicine, engineering and other technical and allied disciplines. After clearing 10+2 in Science stream, selection of course at the undergraduate level becomes the real challenge. Courses that you can pursue after 12th are given as follows.

Popular Science Course after 12th

Popular Arts Course Available for Science Students after 12th

Popular Commerce Course Available for Science Students after 12th


Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)


Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharma)

BA in Humanities & Social Sciences

BCom in Accounting & Commerce

Post Basic BSc Nursing




BDes in Animation


BSc (Science)

BSc in Design


Bachelor of Architecture (BArch)

BA in Arts (Fine/Visual/Performing)


BSc (IT & Software)

BDes in Design


BCA (IT & Software)

Bachelor of Journalism (BJ)



Bachelor of Journalism & Mass Communication (BJMC)



BSc in Hospitality & Travel



Bachelor of Mass Media (BMM)



BA in Animation



BHM in Hospitality & Travel



BA in Hospitality & Travel



Diploma in Education (DEd)


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For Commerce –

Some of the top career choices for Commerce students after 12th are –

  • Economics: Economist, risk management analyst, statistician, operations research analyst, budget analyst, strategist, insurance underwriter, etc.
  • Management: Operation management, marketing, sales, consulting, human resources, general management, finance, supply chain management, etc. in various industries including Telecom, Retail, Education, FMCG, etc.
  • Chartered Accountancy: Tax consulting, auditing, investment banking, corporate finance, etc.
  • Company Secretary

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