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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced its result for class 12th on May 28, 2017. Raksha Gopal of Amity International School Noida topped the board exam by securing 99.6% in class 12th.

Raksha Gopal, a student of Amity International School in Noida, topped with 498 out of 500, followed by Bhoomi Sawant of DAV Chandigarh with 497 and Aditya Jain and Mannat Luthra of Bhawan's Chandigarh with 496 each.

Speaking about her strategy to top the tuff exams, Raksha said her aim was not getting the top grade rather her aim was to do well in the exams. Her teachers helped her a lot by giving her test papers and solving her doubts, and her parents were very happy for her achievement, she added.

Bhumi Sawant De from DAV Public School Chandigarh stood second with 99.4% and Aditya Jain from Bhawan Vidyalaya Chandigarh tied third with Mannat Luthra at 99.2%. Earlier, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar after getting CBSE exams result information spoke to the toppers and congratulated them.

Over 10.20 lakh students who had appeared for the 2017 Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII examinations this year found out their fates on Sunday, with the results being announced. The highest pass percentage was seen in the CBSE's Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram) region, with 95.62% of the students who appeared for the examinations passing. The Chennai region came in second with 92.60%, followed by Delhi with 88.37% pass percentage. Students in the Delhi region fared slightly better than in 2016, when the pass percentage was 87.01%.

The number of students who passed the examinations fell from 83.05% in 2016 to 82.02% this year, according to a statement by the CBSE. The exams, held between March 9 and April 29, covered 10,673 schools at 3,504 exam centres. A total of 63,247 students and 10,091 students scored above 90% and 95% respectively.

Like previous years, girls out-performed boys, with 87.5% pass percentage as opposed to boys' 78%. A total of 2,449 differently-abled students appeared for the exams and 86.69% passed.