Updated: June 9, 2020 11:42:02 am
GSEB Gujarat Board SSC 10th Result 2020: Nearly 11 lakh students have got their results for the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) class 10 examination on Tuesday, June 9. Result score is available at the official website – gseb.org.in . The number of students failing the exam has gone up this year. The pass percentage dipped by 6.33 per cent as compared to last year and the number of schools securing less than 30 per cent result doubled in one year. Further, 174 schools have given 0 results as no student from these schools could clear the exam.
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The English-medium students has outperformed their Gujarati counterparts, while the pass percentage of English-medium schools stood at 86.75 per cent, the same for the Gujarati medium was 57.54 per cent. The pass percentage of Hindi medium was 63.94 per cent.
Meanwhile, two days after the conclusion of the exams, the state government had ordered an inquiry after three bags containing answer sheets of the respective examinations and a few loose answer sheets were recovered from the roadside near Gondal and Virpur towns of Rajkot district.
Gujarat Board SSC 10th result 2020: How to check online
Step 1: Visit the official website, gseb.org.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the notification for the class 10 results
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Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Fill in your roll number in the fields provided and submit it
Step 5: Download your results and take a print out for further reference
In 2019, a total of 7.90 lakh regular students appeared for their Class 10 exams, out of which 5.33 lakh had passed. Surat outranked all the other districts in terms of passing percentage with 80.06 percent.
The female students outperform boys with 66.02 per cent. The pass percentage among male students is 56.53 per cent. A total of 60.64 per cent have managed to clear the SSC exam this year. This is a huge decline of 6.33 percentage points from last year’s 66.97 per cent
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