CBSE to declare the result for 12th class exams in by May ending. Students can check their CBSE 12th Results using www.cbseresults.nic.in and also DigiLocker portal.

The Central Board of Secondary Education which is committed to equity and excellence in education is having its class 12 board exams in the months of March and April, 2017.

सीबीएसई 12वीं परिणाम 2017 : इसे हिंदी में पढें

The CBSE board class 12th results are often a much awaited event in the entire country as the best of students take the CBSE exam with flying colors and go on to take admission in reputed colleges.

CBSE 12th Result 2017 : सीबीएसई 12वीं परिणाम

It is common knowledge how the CBSE examinations have been delayed due to the assembly elections of 2017 and the results would also be affected. But if recent sources are to be believed, the examination results should be out by the month of June, 2017.

CBSE 12th Result 2017 : सीबीएसई 12वीं परिणाम 2017

The CBSE results that shall be declared between the months of May and June would form a yardstick for selection of meritorious students to the undergraduate level of university education throughout the country.

CBSE Results Delayed – New Tentative Dates announced

This year, students have to wait a bit longer for CBSE Board Results. As per recently catched news, CBSE Exam Results will be delayed due to the assembly elections. The Tentative result announcement date for Class 12th Exams is 20th May 2017.

CBSE Result for 10th Class may be announced on 25th May 2017. This is first time in 20 years when CBSE has to delay the exam results due to the elections.

CBSE 12th Results 2017

The results of CBSE +2 are all set to be released between the last week of May and the first week of June, as experts believe. They are released between the months of May and June every year.

They form the basis of merit and admission criteria to famed colleges and universities and are a great milestone in every student’s life. The Central Board of Secondary Education is the largest educational board that persists in India and conducts the class 12 examinations in the month of March every year.

More than 10 lakh students take this examination, annually and the number is on the rise as more schools continue to come within the umbrella of CBSE Board. The examinations for the 2016-2017 session have already started from March 9th and will continue to April 31st, 2017.

CBSE 12th Results 2017 at www.cbseresults.nic.in – Check Online

BoardExamExam DatesResult Date
CBSEClass 10th CBSE Board Exam9th March to 10th April30th May 2017
CLass 12th CBSE Board Exam9th March to 29th April21st May 2017

A total of 1098891 students are taking the Class 12 CBSE Examinations, 2017. The CBSE class 12 board results for 2015-2016 session were declared on 21st May, 2016. In 2016, there were a total of 10, 98,480 registered students from 10677 CBSE affiliated schools throughout the country.


Admission procedures in colleges and universities, especially those under the Central Government do not commence until CBSE +2 results are declared. This year too, we are expecting the results anytime in the month of May.

But it is also feared that due to the concluding assembly elections of 2017, results might be delayed and CBSE 2017 results would already be declared in June. Only then, admission procedures throughout colleges and universities in the country would begin.

The CBSE results are a life-changing event as they churn out the most meritorious students every year who go on to contribute in various capacities in the country’s prosperity in future. The Central Board of secondary Education is most likely to declare its results in the month of May, 2017.

12th CBSE Toppers – The Highest Percentage

The results that were declared on 21 May, 2016 for the session 2015-16 saw outstanding results with the top percentage being that of 99.4 percent which was acquired by Delhi’s adept student Sukriti.

CBSE 12th Result – Previous Year Statistics
Total Students10,65,179
Overall pass percentage83.05%
Overall pass percentage of Girls88.58%
Overall pass percentage of Boys78.85%

In 2015, CBSE results had set a new record when Sarthak Gupta acquired a 99.99 percent in class 12 board exams and took the entire country by surprise.

In 2016 CBSE results, the average pass percentage secured by boys were 93.51 while that secured by girls was 90.61%. The average pass percent in its entirety stood at 94.30 percent which has seen a considerable rise to 2015’s 92.21 percent.

CBSE set new limits for success that year and it is hoped that CBSE Results 2017 would see record-breaking results this year, as well.

How to Check CBSE 12th Results 2017 Online?

A new initiative has been taken up by CBSE Board of Education since 2016 where you get your hands on a digital version of your mark sheet which as useful as the one handed out by schools, right after CBSe 12th results are declared.

This is in collaboration with the Indian Government’s Digital India Project and you can easily your result from DigiLocker. DigiLocker will provide you with a username and a password, which would be sent to the number registered officially with the CBSE Board of Education and you can access your mark sheet by using this link – https://digilocker.gov.in

The CBSE Results 2017 for Class 12 examinees are expected to be released by the second week of June. Student should follow the below-give steps to check their CBSE 12th class Result 2017:

  1. It is advised to have a look on their official results website http://cbseresults.nic.in to see the results.
  2. Once your results are out, you should have your admit card handy.
  3. After opening the link that has been provided, you are required to enter your roll number and school code as provided on the admit card!
  4. After submitting the details correctly, the 12th result shall be displayed.
  5. Just take a screenshot or hard copy of it to save it permanently.

With the integration of 557 more schools to CBSE Board of Education for the session of 2016-2017, experts believe the pass percentage would increase by leaps and bounds and this year cbse results would see a better impact.

Good luck with your cbse 12th results.