CBSE 12th Result likely to be declared next week, delayed due to marks moderation policy

Published on: May 24, 2017 08:58 IST
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CBSE 12th Result Delayed due to moderation policy

CBSE 12th Result 2017: It seems that students have to wait a bit longer for  their CBSE 12th Result 2017. As per the recent news coming in, the CBSE 12th Class Result 2017 will be declared next week on the official website of the board i.e. and Although different news agencies have been quoting 24th May as the date for the declaration of CBSE 12th Results, the Board has refrained from confirming the date. This year, the CBSE Result has been delayed quite significantly as the exams were postponed due to the assembly elections in five states.

Some credit of the delay in CBSE Result 2017 can also be attributed to the recent order of Delhi High Court, which has directed the Board to continue its policy of marks moderation for this year. Earlier in the month CBSE had announced that it would scrap the marks moderation policy under which grace marks are awarded to the students for tough questions. However, the decision was challenged by a parent and lawyer in the court following which the Delhi HC has scrapped the policy.

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Previously, an NDTV report had quoted a board official as saying CBSE results would be declared 'no later' than May 27. The board is also under pressure to declare results soon, as they have already been late due to the delay in exams because of the assembly polls earlier this year.

As per some sources within CBSE, the decision would have a severe impact upon the schedule for CBSE Results 2017, as majority of the evaluation work and processing of Result data was done excluding the moderation policy marks. However, now post the order of the Delhi High Court, the CBSE Board would have to adjust the final marks for CBSE 12th Results 2017 again.

This year, a total number of 10,98,981 students are expecting their CBSE 12th Result 2017. In 2016, the CBSE Class 12 Result was declared on 21st May in which the fate of 10,65,179 students was announced. Of the total number of students, 83.05% managed to clear the exam with flying colours. Delhi girl Sukriti Gupta topped the CBSE Result with 99.44%. Thiruvananthapuram region Kerala emerged as the highest performing region with success ratio of 97.61%.

Steps to check CBSE Result 2017 for Class 12 Students
Although the CBSE has been tight lipped about the upcoming CBSE Class 12 Results, we are expecting them to be announced in the coming week. The CBSE 12th Results will be live on board’s official website soon after its declaration. With lakhs of students accessing their results online there might be some technical glitches on the website. Hence, to avoid any last minute confusion among students, we have listed down the key steps involved in the process of checking the CBSE 12th Result 2017 below. These simple steps are sure to help you get your 12th CBSE Result 2017 quite easily without any delays.

• Visit

• Click on the direct link to check CBSE Class 12 Result 2017

• Enter your admit card / hall ticket details and other important information

• Click on the Submit button

• Check your CBSE Result 2017 carefully

• Download softcopy / take printout of the CBSE Result

CBSE had worked tirelessly and put in all its effort to complete the evaluation as soon possible. This year, the CBSE’s Ajmer region was looking after the evaluation process for CBSE Board Exams. Although, many believe that the process of paper evaluation was quite slow this year due to strict protocol set by the board.

Jagran Josh wishes good luck to all the students for the upcoming CBSE 12th Result 2017!

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