The CBSE has announced it will declare Class XII results on May 28. After the Delhi HC asked it to continue grace marking, the board said it will abide by the verdict, "but there will be no 'artificial' spiking of marks".
It had earlier decided to drop the policy to "remove arbitrariness and inflation of marks".
10,98,891 candidates appeared for the exams this year.
Board results 2017
Goa Class X: In impressive results, 91.57% students passed
The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education declared the Class X results on May 25. The pass percentage was 91.57. Girls (91.40%) fared marginally better than boys (91.18%). Pass percentage of special children was recorded at 87.50.
Other upcoming results
ICSE will announce its Class X and XII results at 3pm on May 29. Like the CBSE, ICSE's results too have been delayed this time due to assembly elections in five states and the consequent postponement of exams by up to 10 days.
The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education will announce its 10th results on May 27, and of 12th on May 30.
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28 May 2017
Here is how to check the CBSE class 12 results
The CBSE clarified that the results will not be made available at the Board's office.
This year, 10,98,981 students enrolled for the Class 12 exams, representing a 2.82% increase compared to last year.
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