Class 12th Results 2017 CBSE Board Online, CBSE 12th Class Result 2017 Declared

CBSE 12th Results 2017 Information

  • Name of Board: CBSE Board Examination 2017
  • Name of Exam: CBSE 12th Class Examinations 2017
  • Exam Dates: 09th March To 29th April 2017
  • Compartment Exam Dates: In The Month Of June
  • Expected Date of CBSE 12 Result 2017: 28th May 2017
  • Official Website of the CBSE Board:,,

CBSE 12th Class Result 2017: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class 12 results 2017 going to release on May 28. As per the sources, the Board has decided not to appeal to the Supreme Court over the High Court’s decision on marks moderation policy.The board will announce the official result dates for the class 10 and class 12 by today evening, i.e. May 28.Students can Fetch their results from the official website, the link for which is,

The Central Board of Secondary Education CBSE Board Class 12 Results 2017 have been delayed this year as Assembly polls to five states clashes with the Board exam dates in February-March 2017.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to check CBSE 12th Class Result 2017 

  • Log on to either of the websites:,,
  • Find and click on “Senior School Certificate Examinations (Class 12) Results 2017 (All Regions)”
  • Enter your roll and school number in the space provided.
  • Take a print out and save downloaded file for future reference.

CBSE Class 12 digital mark sheets via DigiLocker:

  • Students will be provided class 12 digital mark sheets via DigiLocker, and the DigiLocker account details will be sent to students via SMS on their mobile number registered with CBSE

CBSE 12TH CLASS Results will be accessible via IVR:

  • You can dial 011-24300699 (+9111-24300699 if you are outside India) or 011-28127030 (+9111-28127030 if you are outside India)

Nearly 11 lakh students appeared for the CBSE 12th exams this year, while close to 9 lakh students appeared to the 10th exams.

The students can access their results through following websites:,,

What is marks moderation policy? How can it impact CBSE 12th Results declaration?

According to moderation policy, evaluators are asked to revise marks of some students higher based on the set of questions they received during their exams and the perception of how tough their paper was, says a Hindustan Times report.

So if the board tested students on three different sets of questions papers for the same exam, a student who may have scored 80 percent on the question paper viewed to be the toughest could have her marks revised higher. Separately, evaluators increase marks for some students whose scores are just below the passing line, by giving what are called ‘grace marks’.

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