The site's Board of secondary Education (BSE), which conducted the examination from March-April, was scheduled to declare the results at 9:00 AM, on Thursday 28th June, 2012.
The sources revealed that the names of the top 110 students were posted on Facebook on Wednesday night, causing embarrassment to the board as well as the Government. The posting was found to be correct when the results were declared on Thursday morning.
The Board President Satyakam Mishra told reporters that "It was not leaked, instead the results were stolen. A probe would be connected".
Well, students were keen in seeing their results in any available site, this would be because of their eagerness for which they have been waiting since they have finished the exam. However, they see results rather than they would give importance to the Board's official website..