The wait is over now as CBSE has decided the date to declare its 12th results. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) results for 12th class will be declared today. Students who have appeared for the examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education for 12th class can check their results on the official website of CBSE i.e., www.cbse.nic.in or www.results.gov.in results will be out in the afternoon after 12 pm. This year the results of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 2017 have been delayed because of Assembly elections in the five states which were clashes with the Board exam dates in February-March 2017.
This year the examination of CBSE board for the Classes 10 and 12 were started from March 9 and extended their dates because of assembly elections in the five states. Almost 8,86,506 students had registered for Class 10th examination which is 15.73 percent more than last year’s figure whereas for the 12th class examination around 10,98,981 students enrolled which is 2.82 percent increase from the last year.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is the apex board that looks after the development and propagation of secondary and higher secondary education in India. This Board has been the part of the long history that has seen the development of school-level education in India. CBSE took the final shape that it operates today in the year 1952. Currently, the CBSE Board conducts annual examinations like CBSE 10th Board Exam and CBSE 12th Board Exam along with entrance tests for professional courses like JEE Mains and CBSE NET Exam.
This year CBSE board has come up with moderation policy according to which evaluators are asked to revise marks of some students higher based on the set of questions they received during their exams and the perception of how tough was their paper. So if the board tested students on three different sets of questions papers for the same exam, a student who may have scored 80 percent on the question paper viewed to be the toughest could have her marks revised higher. Soon after the exams were held this year, the government said the practice will be discontinued immediate effect for several boards, including CBSE. Separately, evaluators increase marks for some students whose scores are just below the passing line, by giving what are called ‘grace marks