Updated: July 19, 2021 7:31:12 pm
Goa Board GBSHSE HSSC Class 12th Result 2021: “The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) declare the class 12 or HSSC results at 5 pm today. Students can check their results at the official website — gbshsegoa.net. Students can also check their scores via SMS. A total of 18,195 candidates registered for HSSC examinations in 2021.
As per the result report, this year 99.40 pass percentage has been recorded by the board. The science stream students recorded highest pass percent of 99.69 per cent followed by commerce at 99.66 and arts at 99.39 per cent. The pass percentage of vocational subjects is 98.51 per cent. The higher secondary schools in rural areas of Sanguem, Canacona, and Sattari secured 100 per cent pass results.
Goa Board Class 12 Result: How to check
Step 1: Go to gbshsegoa.net
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: Enter the seat number, school index number and name
Step 4: Submit and access the Goa board HSSC result
How to check score via SMS
Step 1: Type GOA12<space>SEAT NUMBER
Step 2: Send it to 56263/ 58888/ 5676750
The GBSHSE did not conduct Class 12 exams in the state this year. The exams were originally scheduled to start on April 24 and continue till May 18 but were postponed after a state order on April 21 called for postponement amidst a surge in Covid-19 cases. The state later announced the cancellation of Class 12 exams in the state in view of the pandemic.
This year the HSSC results are declared on the basis of an alternative means of assessment. The alternative assessment scheme included three components The first component carries a weightage of 30%, where an average of the three highest scores achieved by students on subjects in Class 10 board examinations.
The second component carries weightage of 30%, which include the students’ performance on the theory portion of Class 11 exams. The third component carries a weightage of 40%, which include marks obtained by students on unit tests/ mid-terms/ periodical tests.
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