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HBSE Class 10 Result 2019 toppers list: Four students top Haryana board Class 10 exam as state improves pass percentage by 6.5

HBSE Class 10 Result 2019 declared | Four students topped the Haryana Board of School Education (BSEH) Class 10 exams, the result for which were declared today on the board's official website www.bseh.org.in.

According to reports, 57% students passed the Class 10 exam this year, with the state making a 6.5% improvement in pass percentage as compared to the 2018 results. This year, girls outperformed boys in Class 10 board exams. While 62% girls passed the exams, the pass percentage for boys stood at 53%.

The private schools have taken a lead of over 10 per cent in comparison to government schools. 52.71 per cent government schools clear the exam, while for private schools 62.33 per cent clear the Class 10 board exam.

The toppers are Himanshu from Jhajjhar, Isha and Shalini from Kaithal, and Sanju from Panipat, according to reports. The four toppers scored 497 marks out of 500.

 HBSE Class 10 Result 2019 toppers list: Four students top Haryana board Class 10 exam as state improves pass percentage by 6.5

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In case of traffic, students can also check the result on alternative websites such as: www.examresults.net.in and results.gov.in.

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The Class 10 and Class 12 examination of Haryana board were held in March and April. In the class 10 examination, a total of 3,85,227 students from across the state had participated.

Here is how to check the Haryana Board HBSE Class Result 2019:

Step 1: Go to the official website of the board, bseh.org
Step 2: Select the link on the homepage which says Class 10 Board Result 2019
Step 3: Enter Roll number and other information
Step 4: Click on submit button to proceed
Step 5: The result will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download it for further reference

This year, the administration had made strict security arrangements to stop cheating and use of unfair means in the examination. CCTV cameras were installed in almost all centers and photostat shops nearby to exam centres were ordered shut during before the commencement of the exam, reports said.

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Updated Date: May 17, 2019 16:33:03 IST