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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

By: Express Web Desk |
Updated: July 23, 2016 2:26:27 pm

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

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