Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

Haryana board (BSEH) Class 10 results will not be declared on Saturday

Haryana board (BSEH) Class 10 results will not be declared on Saturday

The results of Class XII of Haryana Board of School Education announced on Thursday saw a marginal improvement as compared to the last year, with pass percentage this year going up to 64.50 compared to 62.40 last year, when the pass percentage had dipped following the implementation of marks moderation policy in the state. Girls with 73.44% pass percentage outshone boys whose pass percentage was 57.58%. Last year, the results were announced on 22 May. The boys' pass percentage also had an increase of 2% from 55.70% in 2016. "We have organised the press conference on May 20 and the secretary will announce the results".

The students can see their results on and the students can also download the application on their mobile phones of Education Board Bhiwani Haryana from Google App store.

He said the results were made available online as per stream and districts. Jagbir said for the first time the marksheets would bear Aadhaar numbers of the students. He said over 5,000 students could get their mark sheets after they updated their Aadhaar number. In correspondence examination, 1,18,866 students appeared out of which 68,446 passed and 67,562 girls passed out of 92,001 appeared. In terms of passing percentage, private schools was behind government schools at 63.16 per cent.

Students from rural areas with a pass percentage of 66.9 outperformed those in urban areas where only 60 percent students passed the exam. Ritu of Jind and Komal of Gurugram stood second with 481 marks and Harpreet of Sirsa was third with 480 marks. Riya Bansal was third with 485 marks.

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