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Gujarat GSEB SSC Class 10 results 2019 declared, pass percentage improves

GSEB SSC 10th result 2019: The results of SSC Class 10 examination has been declared on May 21. The students can check the results through the official website- gseb.org.in

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GSEB SSC 10th result 2019: The results of SSC Class 10 examination will be declared on May 21 at 8 am. Representational Image/ Express photo

GSEB SSC 10th result 2019: After releasing the results of class 12 examination on May 9, 2019, the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has declared the results of class 10 examination on May 21.

This year, the pass percentage in the Class 12 exam dropped by a percent to 72.99. The girls have outperformed again with a pass percentage of 72.01, while that of boys is 71.83 per cent.

GSEB SSC 10th result 2019: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website, gseb.org.in

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Step 2: On the homepage, click on the notification for the class 10 results

Step 3: Fill in your roll number in the fields provided and submit it

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Step 4: Download your results and take a print out for further reference.

GSEB 10th SSC result 2019: How to check via app

The result is available through the apps available on Google Play store. The students can check the results by downloading it from the Play Store. To get the results, the students have to pre-register their roll number.

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Last year, about 10.64 lakh students registered for their SSC exam. Despite awarding grace marks, the overall pass percentage including regular, repeaters and open or private candidates was at 53.10 percent, lower than 2016’s 54.93 percent. In 2017, the overall pass percentage was recorded at 68.24 percent.

The pass percentage of regular students in the year 2016 was 67.06 percent. As many as 3750 candidates scored the highest grade of A1 (99 to 100 marks). This is higher than the previous year when 3115 candidates scored in this bracket. A total of 7.75 lakh regular students appeared for the exams out of this, 5.28 lakh were successful and eligible for qualifying certificate of secondary examination.