Goa Board SSC Result 2018: Girls outshine boys in Goa Class 10 exam results; check score on gbshse.gov.in;
Result for the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) for Class 10th (SSC) was declared today at 12 pm
Result for the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) for Class 10th (SSC) was declared today at 12 pm, reports said. The result was declared on the board's official website: gbshse.gov.in. If students are unable to access the official website, they can also check their results on examresults.net where a countdown timer has also been activated in the run-up to the results.
According to The Indian Express, the overall pass percentage stands at 91.27 percent with 18,142 (out of 20,238) students clearing the exam. The pass percentage for girls is 90.49 percent (9,133), whereas for boys it is 86.69 percent (9009). A total of 78 schools have scored 100 percent result, the report added.
Goa Board had released the result for Class 12th students on 28 April 2018. The exam for Class 10th students concluded in April with the last exam for basic cookery scheduled on 21 April
Here is how you can check your score:
- Go to the official website gbshse.gov.in
- Click on the link GBSHSE Class 10th result 2018
- Enter your roll number and press Submit
- View the result and download it for future reference.
- For those who are unable to access the results via the Internet, can send a text message in the format — RESULT<space>GOA10<space>ROLLNO — to 56263 to get their result delivered on their mobile phones.
After result declaration, the board will distribute the original marks sheet through the heads of the institution. The marks sheet distribution is likely to happen on 27 May 2018.
Goa Board HSSC Result 2020 pass percentage: 89.27% students clear GBSHSE Class 12 exam; 38.03% secure marks between 60-74%
Girls have fared better than boys in the GBSHSE Class 12 examination with 90.94 percent girls clearing the exam as compared to 87.43 percent boys passing the exam
In a circular, the board said the exams for classes 9 and 11 should be held so that schools can provide infrastructure and manpower for the conduct of the board exams, which are slated to begin from 26 April
Candidates will have to go to their designated exam centre physically in order to appear for the test. Details about admit cards and exam centres will be released soon