CBSE 12th Result 2017 Grades at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in, CBSE 12th Class Results 2017 Declared

Steps to check CBSE 12th Result 2017:




As soon as the CBSE 12th Result 2017 has been declared, students can follow the below mentioned steps to know their score-

  • Visit the official website of CBSE at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in
  • On the homepage click on the link that says, ‘CBSE class 12 results’
  • Now enter all the required details
  • Press Login
  • Once you enter the results page, check the details mentioned on the results
  • Check your details mentioned on the result
  • Download your CBSE 12th result 2017 result and take a print out of the same for future





Note: The website might slow down or experience some technical glitch, due to heavy traffic once the results are declared. Candidates are advised to be patient and try again later.

Whenever the results are announced, the CBSE will upload all information to its official website. Students are requested to visit cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in to check their grades. All students have also been requested to keep their relevant candidate information, like roll numbers, ready in order to avoid delays.

CBSE 12th Class Results 2017: Delhi High Court Says CBSE to Follow Grace Marks Policy

Delhi High court had termed as “unfair and irresponsible” the CBSE’s decision to scrap its ‘moderation policy’ under which grace marks are given to students in exams for difficult questions and had asked why it cannot be implemented from next year. Senior advocate Balbir Singh, appearing for the petitioners, said as a result of the change in policy, Class 12 students may not meet the cut-off of the Delhi University as there could be a decrease in marks by at least 15 per cent due to CBSE’s decision.




“The decision of the CBSE, which would come into effect from this year, would have a drastic effect on the students,” the court had said. It had also asked the Board, why it cannot implement the change in policy from next year as the results of the 2016-17 exams are expected to be announced in a few days.

The plea, filed through advocates Rimali Batra and Ashish Verma, contended that states like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, have decided to implement the policy change from next year and hence the students from these states would fare better than those from Delhi and other states.

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