CBSE result 2016 class 12: Very happy today, if you have the will power then you can win, says Mudita (#CBSE topper in specially-abled category). She added, that students should keep working hard and remain dedicated. The exercise, undertaken by the CBSE, of declaring the results is huge as it involves lakhs of students. This year, a total of 10,67,900 candidates registered for the CBSE 2016 class 12 exam as against 10,40,368 in 2015. Delhi (including foreign schools) and Panchkula registered the highest number of candidates with Delhi on 2.9 lakh for class 10 and 2.7 lakh for Class 12 board. Panchkula registered 2.2 lakh for class 10 and 1.7 for class 12. In 2016, some 14,99,122 CBSE board candidates registered and appeared for the CBSE class 12th examination 2016.