CBSE 12th result 2017 has been declared , lakhs of students are eagerly viewing their results online or through IVR facility provided by the CBSE board. Earlier CBSE Notification said “The Senior School Certificate Examination (Class XII) 2017 results for All the CBSE regions will be declared on 28.05.2017(Sunday) in the forenoon”.
In Earlier events in light of Delhi High Court’s order reinstating the marks moderation policy allowing for grace marks, which the CBSE had abandoned this year. The order was passed yesterday, and CBSE officials are yet to receive the order. The exams were delayed from their traditional start on the 1st of March to the 9th of March after the dates clashed with the UP and Punjab elections. Although no date had been announced officially for the declaration of results, media reports and several exam tracking portals had reported that they were likely to be declared today. The HC order has generated new chaos into an already crowded results season.
CBSE schools association head of Karnataka, M Srinivasan, was reported to have said that the results were unlikely to be declared today as they have been tabulated without moderation and would have to be re-tabulated after the court order.
A ‘Results to be Announced’ tab on www.results.gov.in said that “as of now no new result is scheduled to be announced in next few days”.
When declared, the results will be available at www.cbse.nic.in and cbse.examresults.net.
Steps to check the CBSE Class 12th result 2017:
2. Click on the Class 12th Board result 2017 tab
3. You will be redirected to another page. Click on the link on the new page, which will take you to a page asking you to enter your personal details.
4. Enter your Roll No, School Number and Centre Number mentioned on admit card
5. Click on Submit
6. Download the CBSE Class 12 result 2017 and take a printout for future reference.
The Board examinations for Classes 10 and 12 were held from March 9. While 8,86,506 candidates had registered for Class 10 examination — 15.73 percent more than last year’s figure — a total of 10,98,981 students enrolled for Class 12 exams, a 2.82 percent increase from the year before.
According to a report, the results will be declared between May 24 and May 27. Abandoning the marks moderation policy may result a decrease of at least 15 percent in students’ Class 12 results, and some may not even meet the Delhi University cut-off scores. The High Court bench also asked the board why the policy cannot be removed starting next year instead of this year. Meanwhile, the wait for students who are also worrying about various college entrance examinations continues, and it seems that all fingers are crossed.