Updated: May 17, 2020 8:26:38 am
Gujarat Board GSEB HSC 12th Result 2020: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) will announce its class 12 science result today – May 17 at 8 am, an official from the board informed indianexpress.com. Candidates who appeared for the exam can check their result here.
The students can register here with their roll number, full name and other details here to get results. The results will be directly sent to their registered mobile number and email id.
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GSEB Gujarat Board science result: How to check
Step 1: Enter your details here
Step 2: Register with your roll number, full name, mobile number and mail id
Step 3: Once result is out, the score will be sent to your registered mobile number, mail id
Step 4: Result will be available, take a print out
The students can also check their results through the official website- gseb.org, apart from it will be available at indiaresults.com.
The evaluation process for the Gujarat Board exams was resumed in April-mid after being canceled once due to the lockdown. The state board had announced to release the result for both class 10 and class 12 exams by May-end. This year, over 16 lakh candidates appeared for Gujarat board exams of which 6 lakh appeared for class 12 boards.
Candidates need to keep their admit card handy. Students will have to enter their board exam roll number to check the result. Further, candidates will have to keep the print out of the result with them. This will act as a provisional mark sheet until the official mark sheets are released.
As per rules, to pass the exam, students will have to score at least a D grade in every subject as well as overall. Those who score E grade will have to appear for supplementary exams. There is no clarity on supplementary exams this year.
Meanwhile, the state has decided to mass promote students all schools across boards from class 1 to 8, 9 and 11. As reported by the Indian Express earlier, after Navnirman Andolan in 1974, this is the second time since the board has opted for the decision of mass promotion.
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