The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) may declare Class 12th results by May 24th. The CBSE 2017 were delayed due to assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh.
The CBSE board have been trying their best to declare Class X exam results before May 20 and that of Class XII by May 24.
A total of 16.67 lakh candidates from 16,354 schools across the country have appeared for Class X exam, while around 10.98 lakh candidates from 10,677 schools will sit for the Class XII exams.
In another major decision, the CBSE has decided to do away with seven Academic Electives and 34 vocational subjects for Class XII because of low enrolment numbers.
If reports are to believed then this year CBSE and 31 other state and national boards have decided to go against the policy of moderation and this may leave students and parents unhappy. Moderation is a policy under which boards go lenient in their checking and give extra marks to students.
The marks are granted across the board to tally with the grace marks in order to employ standardisation. However, standardisation will be implemented this year. This year, the CBSE Board Examinations would expectedly have lower percentages as boards have decides to go against moderation.
In a bid to curb the extra-ordinarily high cut-offs at the degree courses, the decision against moderation has been taken by the boards.
According to sources, concerns have been raised over the increasing cut-offs at various universities in India.
Steps to check CBSE Class 10th results 2017:
1. Go to the official website- cbse.nic.in and cbseresults.nic.in.
2. Click on Exam Results
3. Click on the Class 10th supplementary exam results
4. Enter roll number
About Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE):
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) was established on Nov. 3, 1962. The headquarter is situated in Preet Vihar, New Delhi. The academic body is responsible to regulates and supervises the development of education in the country. It conducts academic programmes and organises examinations, especially for Class 10 and Class 12 students.