CBSE Class 12 results 2017 have been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education. Raksha Gopal a student of Amity International school Noida has topped the CBSE Class 12 exams 2017 with 99.6%. Bhumi Sawant De from DAV Chandigarh has scored 99.4% and Aditya Jain from Bhawan Vidyalaya Chandigarh stands third by scoring 99.2%.
Students who were gripped with tension and anxiety should be much at ease at the moment, now that the suspense has been broken. Last year, Delhi girl Sukriti Gupta of Montfort School had been declared CBSE topper 2016 after she scored 99.4%. Naturally, Twitter has erupted with some hilarious reactions after the name and percentage of the CBSE topper was declared.
That could be true!
#CbseResults2017 Topper scores 99.6%!!!! Are you serious?? Three people could have passed in those marks.._
— Rohaaniyat (@jonitesara) May 28, 2017
She just might, you know!
Raksha Gopal still doesn’t know why Katappa killed Baahubali. #CbseResults2017
— Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) May 28, 2017
This is WAY too real!
— KP (@Kazi_Parvez) May 28, 2017
This joke never gets old
— F_ /it./ (@Hypothetical_IN) May 28, 2017
The months of hard work has finally paid off, eh?
— TheFrustratedIndian (@FrustIndian) May 28, 2017
Show some mercy, FAM!
— ____ (@sam_nfs) May 28, 2017
Who says Amity is the last option?
CBSE topper Raksha Gopal’s 99.6% is a tight slap on those who say Amity mein toh padai hi nahi hoti __#CbseResults2017
— Monica Verma (@TrulyMonica) May 28, 2017
Because all the relatives you have spoken to in years are set to pop up to know whether you scored better than “Sharma Ji Ka beta”
— _____ _____ (@Badnambacchan) May 28, 2017
#CbseResults2017 99.6% !!! In my childhood only Dettol could guarantee such large numbers. ____ Anyways, congos toppers. U deserved it.
— Urban Dude __ (@ThisisSoumayan) May 28, 2017
Meanwhile, all India pass percentage had dipped this year. This year’s all India percentage is 82 percent as compared to 83 last year. At least 11 lakh students had appeared for the class 12th exams that were conducted between March 9 and April 29.