CBSE Result 2017 class 12: Education is the best and the most important part of any human life. Every person wants to be educated and has some qualification, which can help him or her in managing his or her career and life. So here we are going to discuss the most awaited result of 2017. It is related to the 12th CBSE Board Result which was going to be announced on 24th May 2017. But due to some reason, it was not able to declare.
CBSE 12th Board Result to be expected on 28th May, 2017
The students had been waiting for the long time to get their CBSE 12th result to declare. Maybe there are some students who are in tension due to the marks they are going to achieve this year. 12th Class Board marks are of very importance as they make students to be eligible for most of the colleges for higher studies. It is one of the biggest exams of India as nearly more than 10-12 lakh students appear for this exam.
According to the figures, there had been about 11 lakh students who appeared this time. This exam held in nearly 3503 centers and involving 10677 schools all over the India.
CBSE result notification will be available on the official website of CBSE. Students who want to get their 12th class CBSE result have to visit the http://cbseresults.nic.in/ where they have to fill tin the details required to login.
12th CBSE Board Result
Below are some steps which might help you in getting your desired result for CBSE Board.
- Get on to the official website http://cbseresults.nic.in/.
- Click on the CBSE Board Result for 12th Class.
- Now you will be asked for the Board Roll No. and date of birth which are essential to fill to view the result.
- Then fill the correct captcha required to verify that you are not a bot.
Our team wishes you a very GOOD LUCK for your result.
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