Saturday, 20 May 2017

HBSE to Declare Results Today

Haryana Vidyalaya Education Board (HBSE) may declare the 10th class examination result today. The results will be announced by around 4 pm in the evening. Students can view their Result Board's official website at bseh.org. SBSE had issued the 12th class examination result on Thursday.

Earlier, the board officials had told NDTV that the result of 10th will be announced on May 20, two days after the announcement of class 12th (May 18) .

It is worth mentioning that the examinations of the 10th and the 12th had started on March 7. The examinations for the 10th and the 12th of March were held till 8 April. More than 3 lakh in the 10th and about 2 lakh 10 thousand students participated in the 12th.


How can you Check Result?
First, go to the official website of the board, http://www.bseh.org.in.
After that click on the link of class 10th.
Now enter your roll number and registration number.
After this, after pressing the button of the subset, your result will come to the page.

How was the 12th result declared on Thursday
In the 12th class of Haryana School Education Board Harish Sharma of Rewari tops with 98.2% marks. Overall result was 64.50 percent. It is 2.10 percent higher than last year. Daughter then overtaken the sons Compared to 73.44 percent of the daughters, only 57.58 percent of the boys passed. More than 70 percent girls passed in 17 districts of the state. The pass percentage of government schools is 65.67 and private schools are 63.16. If the area is spoken, 66.92 percent of the rural students have passed, while in urban areas the pass percentage is 60.26.

Board Chairman said that 2,10,867 candidates appeared in the academic examination, out of which 1,36,008 passed. There were 1,18,866 students sitting in this examination, of which 68,446 passed and 67,562 passed 92,001 senior students. A compartment of 42,245 test takers has been received, 30,966 examinees have failed.

Last year's 10th result

Girls were ahead of boys even in the 10th position in 2016. The pass percentage was 48.88. Girls' examination result was 52.62 percent. The boys were 45.71 percent.

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