Updated: September 19, 2020 10:28:59 am
GSEB Gujarat Board SSC 10th Supplementary Result 2020: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) declared the result of supplementary exams for SSC or class 10. Supplementary exam results recorded a pass percentage of 8.17. This is a reduction of over 1 per cent from 2019. It was 9.4 per cent the previous year, where boys’ pass percentage was 8.99 and girls’ 10.06 per cent.
Out of 1,08,869 candidates who appeared for the supplementary exams conducted from September 25 to 28, only 8,890 cleared. Among these, out of 44,068 girls who appeared for the exams, 3,683 cleared the exam, thus recording a pass percentage of 8.36 per cent. While out of 64,801 boys who took supplementary exams, 5,207 passed recording a pass percentage of 8.04 per cent.
The exams were conducted at 6,192 blocks of 623 buildings in 38 centres across the state.
A total of 1,32,032 candidates registered for the supplementary exams out of which 1,08,869 appeared. These are the candidates who could not clear one or two subjects and thus took retests in those subjects during the supplementary exams.
The GSHSEB Class 10 results declared on June 7 recorded a decline of over 6 per cent with an overall pass percentage of 60.64 per cent, the lowest in five years. In the year 2019, it was 66.97 per cent. A total of 10,83,280 candidates registered of which 10,22,458 appeared for the exams conducted from March 5 to 17
To qualify in a subject, a candidate must obtain a minimum of grade ‘D’ To be eligible for the higher secondary certificate, a candidate must obtain a minimum of grade ‘D’ in all subjects. Those candidates who have obtained grade ‘E1’ or ‘E2’ in the subjects of external examination shall have to improve their performance through subsequent attempts and qualify.
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