CBSE results 2016: Check out these Twitter reactions

CBSE results 2016: Check out these Twitter reactions

CBSE Class 12 and Class 10 Board results were announced recently. Twitter was full of these hilarious comments

Now that the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 results are out, we bring you some humourous reactions posted on the social networking sites:

Its so funny after #CBSE class-12th results students disappeared like @TheVijayMallya

— Karthik (@FrenzyXavier) May 22, 2016

Delhi girl sukrti Gupta top the #CBSE exam, all credit goes to Kejriwal. ? If he had given free wouldn’t have been @kabitarani

— satyabrata sahoo (@believinsatya) May 22, 2016

Relative: Beta kitne marks mile?
Sukriti Gupta: 497/500
Relative: 3 din Twitter Facebook use nahi karti to 500/500 milte#CBSE

— Sanu Siddharth (@ssb100li) May 22, 2016


#CBSE XII Board topper, Sukrati Gupta asks for revaluation of her papers, wants to know where she lost three marks.@sarcastic_us

— Parth Dave (@parthdave223) May 22, 2016

So true. Seems like inflation has caught up with #CBSE marking. You flaunt 90% and it yields you only frustration

— sid (@sidsbose) May 22, 2016

2 minute silence for all students who scored less than 100% in #CBSE..

— Piyush M Agarwal (@piyushmagarwal) May 22, 2016

After #cbseresult
Pic 1: Doorbell?? Who the hell now?😦
Pic 2: Relatives😩#CBSE

— Nobody™ (@Dr_NOB0DY) May 22, 2016

497/500 in #CBSE? Big deal!
In my Madras University exams, I got 85 after attending for 60. 85/60. I WIN! #cbseresult

— Aravind (@aravind_rad) May 22, 2016

Congratulations to the #CBSE students for 12th results.You now have 4 years of engineering left to decide what to do in life!@sarcastic_us

— Samir Goyal (@GoyalSamir) May 22, 2016

even Dettol cudn’t make it to DU ,as it kills 99.9% germs.. #100%CutOff #CBSE

— Talha Alam (@talha_alam007) May 22, 2016

It’s bad Sunday for the #CBSE students. Yesterday results, and today dad is home.

— Yar Punjab Ton (@PunjabTalks) May 22, 2016

Looking at #CBSE percentages of kids these days, I feel glad that I got done with it almost a decade ago when 84% was also considered good.

— Kunal Chhatwani (@kcunal) May 22, 2016