Updated: July 13, 2021 11:16:50 am
Goa Board GBSHSE SSC 10th Result 2021: The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) declared the Class 10 results today at 5 pm. Students can check their results through the official website gbshse.gov.in. Alternatively, they may also check their results via SMS.
Out of the 23,967 students who registered for the exam, 23,900 have been declared pass by the board. This year, a 99.72 pass percentage has been recorded by the board. Girls have outperformed boys in the result by recording a 99.98 pass percentage. Whereas, 99.50 per cent of boys passed the class 10 board exams this year.
The total number of repeater candidates enrolled for the April exam is 517. As per the policy all have been placed under ATKT (allowed to keep terms) category thereby they are entitled to take admission in class 11. All these candidates have to answer supplementary examinations through their respective schools.
Goa Board GBSHSE Class 10 results: How to check
Step 1: Visit the official website – gbshse.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the ‘result’ link.
Step 3: On the new page, fill in you roll number and the image text.
Step 4: The result will then appear on the screen.
The GBSHSE, this year, did not conduct SSC Class 10 examinations in the state. The exams were scheduled to take place from April 24. A government order on April 21 caused the examinations to be postponed. The GBSHSE at the time said that a decision about examinations would be taken after April 30. In May, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant announced that the state would not be conducting SSC Class 10 exams, in view of the pandemic. The evaluation scheme for the results includes evaluations made on the basis of internal assessments.
Students may also check their results via SMS. To do so, students must send GOA10<space>SEAT NUMBER to 56263 or 58888. They may also send GB10<space>SEAT NUMBER to 54242.
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