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News and Updates about CBSE Class 12 Results

The CBSE class 12th results have witnessed a great delay in the academic year 2017 owing to political reasons and elections but with the latest news and updates it seems the results are not much far away. The boards are in the process of completing the processing of class 12th results of CBSE board examinations and are likely to be declared in June. Read the article to know about the tentative dates and further updates on CBSE class 12th exams.

Latest News on Class 12 Results CBSE


THE CBSE class 12th examinations play a vital role in each and every student’s life as it helps them to build their career and choose streams and careers of their choice. Students gave grown more and more curious with the delay caused in disclosure of the CBSE class 12th results.
Boards have recently conveyed that they are working on the processing and preparation of results and will soon declare the dates officially. According to trusted resources, the results are most likely to hit the floors by mid-June mostly by 2nd or 3rd week of the month.
The board members haven’t given an official confirmation but the latest updates and news indicate the declaration at the earliest by mid-June.

1, 2, 3 and Check your Results in 3 Simple Steps 


With just 3 steps you can now easily check your CBSE class 12th results. Keep the admit card in your hand and follow the below steps to get your results easily and quickly displayed on the computer screen.
1.       Check your results from the official site of CBSE boards.
2.       Enter the mandatory details as filled in your admit card. This includes name and roll number. Cross Check before proceeding ahead.
3.       Go for the Submit button which will direct the page to your score card.
Once you have the results displayed save the page and keep the soft copy or take the print of the hard copy for future reference.

Latest News on CBSE Class 12 Grace Marks


According to the latest meeting held by HRD ministry CBSE will most likely do away with the grace marks for 12th board examination. The proposal is still under discussion to scrap the policy of adding grace marks which usually leads to a fall in the cut-offs for various colleges.
To maintain further uniformity, the policy of adding grace marks will most likely be removes. A staunch confirmation on the same is still awaited.
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