Updated: July 26, 2021 8:51:20 pm
BSEH 12th Result 2021: The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH), Bhiwani announced the Haryana board Class 12 results today. The result was initially scheduled to release at 2:30 but was postponed. Students can check their results on- bseh.org.in, or on the mobile app- ‘Board of School Education Haryana‘. Over 2.70 lakh students enrolled for class 12 exams this year.
Haryana Board chairman, Jagbir Singh announced that out of a total of 2,27,585 candidates for the Senior Secondary (regular) examination, the results of 2,21,263 candidates have been declared. Of which 1,14,416 are boys and 1,06,847 are girls. The results of a total of 5,605 candidates of the Swayampati examination have been declared, in which 3,893 are boys and 1,782 are girls.
While the Board did not conduct the Class 12 examinations due to the pandemic, the results for the students have been created on the basis of an alternative means of assessment. “We have also decided to cancel the Class 12 board exams in the state which were to be conducted by the Haryana Board of School Education,”, said Education Minister Kanwar Pal.
Previously, the Class 12 examinations were set to begin on April 20, with students and invigilators following the appropriate social distancing norms and other Covid-19 protocols However, the Board soon decided to cancel examinations due to the rise in cases.
The decision to cancel the Class 12 examinations in Haryana came after the Central Board of Secondary Education announced that the CBSE Class 12 examinations would be cancelled for this year, due to the pandemic. This decision was followed by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations announcing the cancellation of ISC Class 12 examinations. Soon after this, several states including Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, and West Bengal among others, announced the cancellation of Class 12 examinations in their respective states.
“We are going with the decision taken by the Centre and have decided to cancel the board exams,” said Education Minister Kanwar Pal.
Last year, 2.25 lakh students appeared for the Class 12 examinations, of which 1.70 lakh students passed. The pass percentage was 83.34%. The Board could not conduct Class 12 examinations for all subjects due to the pandemic. The scores for the subjects whose papers remained pending were calculated on the basis of the student’s performance on the papers which were conducted.
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