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CBSE board results spark meme trend on social media

Over 24,000 students scored more than 95 per cent and more than 1.15 lakh students crossed the 90 per cent mark

CBSE board results spark meme trend on social media

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Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, May 13

As the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results of Class 12 board exams on Monday, the Internet got content for its new meme trend. Over 24,000 students scored more than 95 per cent and more than 1.15 lakh students crossed the 90 per cent mark.

While students celebrated their success, social media witnessed an influx of funny pictures, videos and GIFs, capturing the reactions and emotions of parents and relatives on the result day.

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