Govt schools outshine private ones, CBSE toppers share success mantra

Carla Harmon
May 30, 2017

Raksha Gopal, a student of Amity International School in Noida, topped the results by securing with 498 marks out of 500.

CBSE board class XII Result likely to be announced at 9 am.

"The gap between government and private schools' pass percentage this year is nine percent - government schools' pass percentage is 88.27 per cent and private schools' 79.27 per cent", Sisodia said.

The pass percentage gap between the government and private schools has increased to 9 per cent this year from 2 per cent last year This clearly indicates that the government schools are leaping forward and seem to be in ideal mood to change the course of their reputation.


The CBSE has organized the 10 and 12 class examinations in the months of March and April.

The CBSE 12th result 2017 declaration means closure for lakhs for students and their parents who have been awaiting the results for some time now.

Last year, the gap in pass percentage was only two per cent.

Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar spoke to the toppers and congratulated them for their performance.


Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released the Class 12th results 2017 after much anticipation. She is an arts student.

In the official notification issued by the CBSE it has been mentioned that "likewise previous year this year also the CBSE is hosting its results on net with the technical support of National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Govt. of India".

She said the "sense of surprise" continued as she received a call from her school, declaring her the UAE's highest topper in the CBSE exams.

"Once in college, I will decide on the future course of action", she said. Students are asked to be ready with their hall tickets to check their results which will be declared soon on the official website. "If you want to score great marks then you have to be focused about studies and love your subjects", Jain said, in his advice. But, on May 23, Delhi High Court ordered CBSE to retain its "moderation policy" of giving grace marks to students. "This, however, may not delay the results as moderation is not a very time-consuming task", a source told the agency.


However, when the matter reached the Delhi High court, it shot down the proposal, saying the rules can not be changed at the eleventh hour.

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