CBSE Class 12th Board Results 2015 were announced yesterday, May 25, 2015. Twitter was flooded with hilarious comments on the same, take a look!
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the result for the CBSE Class 12th Board Exams 2015. The results were posted online on their official website. Delhi Girl M Gayatri Topped the CBSE Class 12th Board Exams 2015 with 99.2% and once again the girls outshined the boys in the exams this year. Aspirants can check their results on the link given below.
Class 12th Board Exams always have that extra bit of drama attached to it. The stress that nearly murders the aspirants is still justified due the huge hue and cry that is created around it. What is not justified are the countless calls one receives within ten minutes of the results being announced.
Twitter is the new rage now. Something big happens and people turn to twitter to dissect the issue and highlight the good, bad and ugly. CBSE Class 12th Boards is a subject of mass concern, your maid, your sabzi waala, your neighbour, your relatives, your relative’s relatives, everybody suddenly seems to have developed some sort of interest in you. Given the importance of this event in everybody’s life, twitter too was flooded by comments about this grave issue. Trending at No 4 in India #CBSEResults, had a few rather funny comments to show the plight of CBSE Class 12th Board Exam takers in India.
Brace yourself, here we go!
1. Valid question, isn't it?
What do you tell a child who gets 95 per cent and wants to put her paper for re-evaluation? #CBSEResult— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) May 25, 2015
2. Faking News nailed it, yet again!
3. Forget the students, he is worried about Mobile Phones.
I feel for Mobile phones. They are the ones who are gonna be blamed the most by every parent in this country today. #cbseresult— Aakash (@PUNchayati) May 25, 2015
4. And now comes the most important aspect of CBSE Board Exams- The Relatives!
5. The perfect reply.
Since the avg scores increase with each passing year, the best reply to your aunty's "Bete kitne marks aaye" is "Aapse zyaada" #CBSEResults— The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) May 25, 2015
6. Nobody cares about your result except...
Trust me when I say this – NO ONE CARES about your #CBSEResults. Except a few of your relatives. And their relatives. And their relatives.— Akshar (@AksharPathak) May 25, 2015
7. And then there is 'Ramu Chacha'
Don't forget the Ramu Chacha's and your neighbours or your doodh vaala,they all wanna know your result,even maasi,far far away. #CBSEResult— Joe Seph' (@josephkiya) May 25, 2015
8. We also have an honest guy here.
#CBSEresults ... in other words, Tumse-naa-ho-payega-beta Day.— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) May 25, 2015
10. Sorry Radio Mirchi (98.3 FM)
11. Some also shared tips to tackle the stress (Relatives)
12. A sad attempt to cheer the kids up.
13. What an Idea Sirji!
And kids, remember IIN. #CBSEResult— NumbYaar (@NumbYaar) May 25, 2015
14. Yes, he is a topper!
Relative: Beta what about your #CBSEResults ? Kid: Ji, Top kia hai Relative: Wah, kitne % Kid: Percentage ni, 94 RTs mile. Top tweet hai.— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) May 25, 2015
15. The ugly truth. Can we ever get done with the division?
The students are already very stressed about the Board Results, stop adding to it. There are a number of options available for students nowadays which don’t need the label of a topper. It is time that students realize that there are enough choices to pick from, so let the students decide a career which is based on their interests. Few of the most successful people are college dropouts like Larry Page, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerburg, Walt Disney, Ralph Lauren, Bill Gates and many more. Class12 is not the end, it just the beginning, make it count!
Here are a few tips to help the students deal with stress.
On a happier note…
If you are still feeling sad, please go ahead and have a look at Vir Das's marksheet.
If you're giving board exams....this might make you feel a bit better :-) Do Try and do better than this.... pic.twitter.com/JUDCfz4okm— Vir Das (@thevirdas) March 2, 2015