12th Board Results 2017

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12th Board Results 201712th Board Results 2017: Various state boards have started declaring the 12th Board 2017 Results in respect of the exams conducted by them in the months of February, March and April. The Boards which have declared the results so far are Board of Intermediate Education AP, Telangana Board of Intermediate Education, HPBOSE, Goa Board and Chhattisgarh Board. The candidates can check the 12th Board Results 2017 from this page. The Boards which are expected to declare the 12th Board 2017 Results in the next week (i.e. 1st week of May 2017) are Nagaland Board (NBSE) and JKBOSE. As soon as the 12th Board Results 2017 are released, the same will be updated here on our web portal to help the candidates to download the same in a convenient manner. For the convenience of the candidates, a table showing exam dates and tentative/actual dates of declaration of the 12th Board 2017 Results are given below:

12th Board Results 2017 Time Schedule

S.No. Name of the Result Exam Dates Result Date (Tentative)
1 AP Intermediate Result 2017 March 1 to 17, 2017 Declared on 13 April
2 CGBSE 12th Result 2017 February 14 to March 9, 2017 Declared on 27 April 2017
3 Telangana Board 12th Result 2017    
  Telangana Inter – 1 1 to 31 March 2017 Declared on 16 April
  Telangana Inter – 2 1 to 18 March 2017 Declared on 16 April
4 HP Board 12th Result 2017 3 to 8 March 2017 Declared on 25 April 2017
5 Goa Board HSSC Result 2017 01 to 22 March 2017 Declared on April 27, 2017
6 JKBOSE 12th Result 2017 27 Feb to 22 March 2017 First week of May
7 ICSE 12th Result 2017 30 Jan to 26 April 2017 Third week of May
8 NBSE HSSLC Result 2017 15 to 27 Feb 2017 First week of May
8 Kerala DHSE Result 2017 8 to 28 March 2017 Second week of May
9 MP Board 12th Result 2017 1 March to 31 March 2017 Second week of May
10 PSEB 12th Result 2017 28 February to 24 March Second week of May
11 MBSE HSSLC Result 2017 1 March to 31 March 2017 Second week of May
12 Manipur Board HSE Result 2017 20 March to 21 April 2017 Second week of May
13 UP Board 12th Result 2017 16 March to 21 April 2017 Third week of May
14 West Bengal Board Higher Secondary Result 2017 15 to 29 March 2017 Third week of May
15 Rajasthan Board 12th Result 2017 02 to 25 March 2017 Third week of May
16 Tamilnadu 12th Result 2017 02 March to 01 April 2017 Third week of May
17 Bihar Board 12th result 2017 14 to 25 February 2017 Third week of May
18 HBSE 12th Result 2017 07 March to 08 April 2017 Third week of May
19 JAC 12th Result 2017 16 Feb to 07 March 2017 Third week of May
20 CBSE 12th Result 2017 09 March to 29 April 2017 Third week of May
21 MBOSE HSSLC Result 2017 03 to 29 March 2017 Fourth week of May
22 GSEB HSC Result 2017 15 to 30 March 2017 Fourth week of May
23 Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2017 28 Feb to 25 March 2017 Fourth week of May
24 Uttarakhand 12th Result 2017 17 March to 10 April 2017 Fourth week of May
25 Karnataka PUC Result 2017 09 March to 27 March 2017 Fourth week of May
26 Odisha CHSE Result 2017 02 March to 29 March 2017 First week of June
27 Assam Board 12th Result 2017 20 Feb to 20 March 2017 First week of June
28 Tripura Board 12th Result 2017 02 March to 08 April 2017 Second week of June

About the 12th Board

Class 12 is undoubtedly the most important class in the school education as it is the foundation of the higher education. That is why every 12th class student tries to give his/her best to get the career as per his/her choice. The marks obtained in the 12th class play a benchmark for the higher education, in competitive exams and to get recruited in government or private sector. Thus, performing well in 12th Board Results 2017 is a must for any 12th class student who aspires to make an excellent career. A class 12th student who is pursuing studies from any stream and who has cleared the class 11th exam from any of the schools – public or government, is eligible to pursue class 12th from any of the schools which are affiliated to the relevant school board or from open school. A student must score excellent marks in 12th board exam so that he/she can pursue the desired course from the college of his/her choice. Then only, he/she can go for the higher studies or go for the recruitment in public or private sector or go for competitive exams.

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