CBSE result announced, Trivandrum topped, Chennai second, Delhi third

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Dubai: Finally, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 12 board results is out with smiles of many faces.
Pass percentage of Trivandrum is the highest at 95.62 per cent this year followed by Chennai at 92.60 per cent and Delhi at 88.37 per cent. Over 10 lakh students had appeared for Class 12 examination this year.
It was a lazy Sunday mornings went for a toss this week, as many teenagers, their parents, and sometimes even their neighbours were seen anxiously awaiting their CBSE 12 board results.

CBSE 2017 topper Raksha Gopal

In the national capital more than 88% of the students who appeared for the exams passed this year.
The pass percentage for the 12th board exams in Delhi this year, 88.37%, is higher than the national pass percentage of 82%. Delhi seems to have improved on its performance of last year when the past percentage for the capital was 87.01%.
With the all-India topper, Raksha Gopal, a student of Amity International School in Noida, scoring a 99.6%, the fears over moderation policy seems to have been quelled.
The school students hugged their teachers and celebrated their success as the results for Class XII after uncertainty prevailed for over a week leaving students anxious.

How to check CBSE Class 12 results 2017
The students can check the results on the board’s website and the CBSE has advised them not to visit its office.
Log in the official website www.cbse.nic.in or cbse.examresults.net
Fill in your enrollment number and other necessary information in the required fields. Click submit. Your result will be displayed on your screen. Students can also download your results and take a printout for future reference
Earlier, anxiety and panic gripped students after the Delhi High Court had earlier this week ordered the board to continue with its moderation policy which was scrapped last month.
After contemplating moving the Supreme Court, the board decided against it as the process would have delayed the results further.