The Class 12 results of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be announced on Sunday. Here is a quick access to all the links to check your CBSE 12th Class Results 2017, out today. The students who get cleared in the RBSE 10th exams 2017 are eligible to the higher board education.
As a result of the reconstitution, the erstwhile "Delhi Board of Secondary Education" was merged with the Central Board and thus all the educational institutions recognised by the Delhi Board also became a part of the Central Board.
Delhi High Court has asked CBSE to continue to follow its moderation policy of giving grace marks to students for hard questions.
Class X (ICSE) and Class XII (ISC) board examinations results can be found at www.cisce.org on Monday. The exam dates were delayed for a week this year due to elections in five states - Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh. The Class XII exams began on 9 March and a total of 10,98,981 students appeared for it, an increase of 2.82 percent from 2016. Distribution of paper and sealing of the answer sheets were recorded on video and more than 4,500 police personnel were deployed across the state to conduct the exam.More news: Cloud Computing takes Preakness in major upset
The results are being declared one week late than previous year, the board declared CBSE Class 12 results on May 21 in 2016. "It is not clear on how the moderation policy will be applied to our marks".
Under the moderation policy, students are awarded up to 15 percent extra marks in certain papers if the questions are deemed to be hard.
The CBSE class XII results 2017 will be declared today with the moderation policy to continue this year as per the Delhi High Court order.
This year, Rajasthan Board Senior Secondary Education has decided not to announce any merit list. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established in 1952 and is the highest school-level authority in India.More news: Greece Fails to Reach a Deal Over Fresh Bailout Funds
The HC order triggered another round of speculation as various officials suggested the board could approach the Supreme Court on the matter.
The CBSE requested students and parents not to visit the Board office for collection of results as they would only be available online.
A board official, however, said "there will be no artificial spiking of marks". The Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar had said that proper marks should be given on the bases of credit instead of schools pushing for the highest possible marks.More news: Andy Burnham: Manchester mayor's statement in full