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CBSE class 12th results to be declared today before 12 AM

New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will declare the results of 12th exam on Sunday 28th May 2017. The result can be released anytime before 12 o'clock in the morning. On the 2nd of June, 10th examination results will be issued.

To get the 12th result alert and check the result, visit the CBSE official website that is www.cbse.nic.in and www.results.nic.in

Then click on the CBSE 12th Result 2017 link. Enter the required information. After submitting this, click on the link, after which your result will be in front of you.

CBSE will issue the result of the 12th this time implementing the moderation policy. The Delhi High Court put ban on the removal of the moderation policy. At the same time, the copies were examined under the new policy this time in CBSE.   

Students who took the exam can go to the official website of the board and check the results.

This time CBSE will also provide digital mark sheets of 12th results. For facilitating the digitalization, the students will be given the digital account details on mobile and SMS.

The result of 12th will also be available through IVR.

What is moderation policy that is going to affect the 12th results?

The Central Board of Secondary Education is in news recently over its marks moderation policy. The CBSE board, one of the biggest board for exams of students removed the moderation policy this year. The reason behind this was to keep the check on the number of students scoring more than 95% marks.

Moderation Policy is a method of providing grace marks to students who fall short by few marks in passing the exams. This also gives grace marks in extra difficult questions in the paper or for any question with errors.

The difficulty level of the question was decided by the CBSE by forming a expert panel after receiving good enough complaints from students who faced the examinations.

Because of this policy the percent of marks increased in the CBSE results from 2008 to to 2014, more number of students go above 95 percent marks.