The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Class XII results were suspended by the board at the last minute. Earlier the results were supposed to have been announced on Wednesday, following a court order asking it to do so.
Unlike individual state boards, the CBSE board exams come directly under the purview of the central government and the Union Human Resources Development Ministry.
However, the debate surrounding the board's controversial marks moderation has meant vagueness surrounds when results will actually be declared.
As per the reports no data was announced by the education board after the recent deadline was delayed, so students are still unaware about their marks. The high court ordered the board to retain its 'marks moderation' policy for this academic year to scrap it from 2018 onwards.
It termed the board's decision to remove the policy as "unfair and irresponsible". Additionally, the Court asked why it could not be implemented from next year onwards. The court also added that doing so this year would have a drastic effect on the students.