CBSE results 2017: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the official result for Class 12 board exams 2017. The results were delayed due to High Court’s decision on marks moderation. On this page, we’ll keep you updated on what all decision are taken regarding CBSE results this month:
CBSE Results 2017 Updates:
May 28, Sunday, 10:50 am: The third position is jointly shared by Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra. Interestingly, both belongs to Bhavan Vidyalaya Chandigarh and have scored 99.2 per cent.
May 28, Sunday 10: 45 am: The second position is bagged by Bhumi Sawant from Chandigarh.
May 28, Sunday 10: 40 am: This year’s topper is Raksha Gopal from Amity International School Noida who has scored 99.6 per cent.
May 28, Sunday morning: The CBSE class 12 results 2017 have been declared at cbse.nic.in at 10.15 am. Students can also check the results from cbseresults.nic.in and results.nic.in.
May 26, Friday evening: The CBSE announced that the results for class 12 board exams will be declared on May 28, 2017, in the morning or “forenoon”. Students can check their results from the official website on Sunday
May 25, Thursday evening: The CBSE is unlikely to file an appeal against the Delhi High Court directive which stopped it from withdrawing its moderation policy.
May 25, Thursday morning: Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said the CBSE will release the results on time. “CBSE will declare the result dates, there is nothing to worry about, no injustice will be meted out to anyone,” said Javadekar.
May 24, Wednesday evening: According to sources, the Board is considering the option of filing a Special Leave Petition in the Supreme Court against the HC order.
May 24: CBSE spokesperson Rama Sharma said to wait till Thursday for some announcement.
May 24, Wednesday morning: HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar met CBSE chairman R K Chaturvedi, School Education Secretary Anil Swarup and Higher Education Secretary K K Sharma to discuss Delhi High Court’s decision.
May 23: Delhi High Court directed the CBSE to continue the moderation policy for the Class 10 and Class 12 examinations held this year.
May 17: Delhi University’s vice-chancellor Yogesh Tyagi refuses to give preference to CBSE students.
May 9: CBSE’s chairman RK Chaturvedi had written to Delhi University’s vice-chancellor Yogesh Tyagi requesting him to tweak the university’s admission policy to introduce some concession for CBSE students this year.
April 24: Besides CBSE, members of over 30 schools boards, with the exception of Kerala State Board, agreed to stop “upward revision/spiking of marks” from this academic year.