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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 12th results have been declared. As before, the results were released on the CBSE website. Let us inform that there was a delay of about a week in the declaration of the results of class 12th 2017 by CBSE. In such a situation, the waiting time for the students and their parents became long. Talking about the CBSE Class 12 results, the official website is witnessing heavy traffic.

The 12th result was announced on Sunday, May 28. If you want to check CBSE Class 12 2017 results online, you have a few options:

  1. Results in website as before, And But have been issued.
  2. CBSE will provide digital mark sheet of class 12th through Digilocker. DigiLocker account details will be sent to the students on the mobile number which is registered with CBSE.
  3. CBSE Class 12 results will also be available through IVR. If you want, you can know your result by calling on 011-24300699 or 011-28127030. After calling the IVR number, you have to follow the instructions given.
  4. CBSE also emails class 12 results to every school. The marks of the students there are sent in the school. If you want, you can also go to your school and get information about class 12 results.

This year 10.98 lakh students have appeared in the class 12 CBSE examination. If you are not able to see the result in one go, then you keep refreshing that page again and again. Apart from this, keep CBSE roll number and school code with you, they will be needed.

Raksha Gopal, a student of Amity School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, adjacent to Delhi, has topped the CBSE 12th examination. Chandigarh’s Bhumi Sawant Dey came second. Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra from Bhawan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh stood third with 99.2 per cent marks. The board said the pass percentage has gone up to 82 per cent in 2017 as compared to 83.05 per cent last year. This year 8,37,229 students managed to pass.

CBSE had on April 25 proposed to do away with the moderation policy, which has delayed the results this year. However, the Delhi High Court stayed the motion, saying the rules of the game cannot be changed at the last minute. CBSE Class 12 exams were also delayed due to assembly elections in five states. And the exam started from March 9 instead of March 1.

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