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PSEB 12th Result 2019 Declared @pseb.ac.in LIVE Updates: Download score card at pseb.ac.in

PSEB 12th Result 2019, Punjab Board 12th Result 2019 @www.pseb.ac.in LIVE Updates: The pass percentage is recorded at 86.41 per cent as Ludhiana resident Sarvjot Singh, Muktsar sahib’s Aman and Muskaan Kaur from Nakodar in Jalandhar jointly secured the first place with 98.89 per cent scoring 445/450 in the Punjab Board class 12 exams.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 12, 2019 11:23:04 am
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PSEB 12th Result 2019 LIVE Updates: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the result for the Punjab Board class 12 exam. The results are now available at the website pseb.ac.in or the partner website, indiaresult.com. The pass percentage is recorded at 86.41 per cent as Ludhiana resident Sarvjot Singh, Muktsar sahib’s Aman and Muskaan Kaur from Nakodar in Jalandhar jointly secured the first place with 98.89 per cent scoring 445/450 in the Punjab Board class 12 exams.

LIVE UPDATES | Punjab Board PSEB 12th Result 2019

Loveleen Verma from Ludhiana stood second with 444 marks out of 450, that is, 98.67 per cent. The third rank was secured by two students, Nazia Kamboj from Fazilka and Muskan from Ludhiana; both scored 443 out of 450 and a 98.44 per cent score.

The pass percentage of open school candidate is 58.2 per cent. The pass percentage of government schools is 88.14 while for aided schools is 82.34 per cent.

Punjab Board PSEB 12th result 2019: How to check

Step 1: Visit the official website, pseb.ac.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link ‘results’

Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page

IN PICTURES | Selfie to bhangra dance, Punjab Board 12th toppers celebrate success 

Step 4: Log-in using roll number

Step 5: Result will appear on the screen

Step 6: Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

This year too, girls outshone boys as the pass percentage for female students was recorded at 90.86 and pass percentage for boys stood at 82.83 per cent.

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11:23 (IST)12 May 2019
Meet the toppers

Loveleen Verma from Ludhiana stood second with 444 marks out of 450, 98.67%. The third rank was secured by two students, Nazia Kamboj from Fazilka and Muskan from Ludhiana; both scored 443 out of 450 and a 98.44 per cent score.

11:18 (IST)12 May 2019
Sarvjot Kalsa from Ludhiana tops the exam

In the academic category, the first rank was jointly shared by three students.Sarvjot Singh Khalsa from Ludhiana, Aman from Muktsar, and Muskaan Kaur from Nakodar in Jalandhar. All three students scored 445 out of 450  and secured 98.99% mark

23:25 (IST)11 May 2019
Punjab Board PSEB 12th Result 2019: How to check

To view PSEB class 12 results, keep your roll card handy. Follow the steps written below to check score:

Step 1: Visit the official website, pseb.ac.in

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link 'PSEB class 12 result 2019'

Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page

Step 4: Log-in using roll number

Step 5: Results will appear on the screen

Step 6: Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

23:18 (IST)11 May 2019
PSEB Class 12 results available at pseb.ac.in

The Punjab Board  has released the result today morning at Mohali office. Of the total 2.69 lakh students, 25,799 got compartment, while 10,769 candidates failed. A total of 2,32,639 students passed the exam held in March this year. 

22:30 (IST)11 May 2019
Results uploaded on websites

The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the result for the Punjab Board class 12 exam. The result is now available at the website pseb.ac.in or the partner website, indiaresult.com.

22:06 (IST)11 May 2019
Candidates need to secure at least 33% to pass

To clear the exam, candidates need to secure at least 33 per cent marks in all subjects as well as aggregate. Since 2018, the board has stopped giving grace marks to students in order to increase the overall pass percentage.

21:47 (IST)11 May 2019
Over 8 lakh students appeared for Punjab boards (class 10 and class 12) this year

Over 8 lakh students had appeared for the Punjab board exams (class 10 and class 12) this year, out of which nearly 2.7 lakh appeared for Class 12 examinations. Among those who appeared, 2,32,639 students successfully passed the class 12 examinations.

21:33 (IST)11 May 2019
A look at the toppers!

The pass percentage is recorded at 86.41 per cent as Ludhiana resident Sarvjot Singh, Muktsar sahib’s Aman and  Muskaan Kaur from Nakodar in Jalandhar jointly secured the first place with 98.89 per cent scoring 445/450 in the Punjab Board class 12 exams. Loveleen Verma from Ludhiana stood second with 444 marks out of 450, that is, 98.67 per cent. The third rank was secured by two students, Nazia Kamboj from Fazilka and Muskan from Ludhiana; both scored 443 out of 450 and a 98.44 per cent score.

21:09 (IST)11 May 2019
Girls outshine boys in class 12 results

As witnessed in the Punjab Board Class 10 results, girls continue to outshine boys in the Class 12 examination results, as well. The pass percentage of the girls was recorded at 90.86 per cent, whereas boys secured a pass percentage of 82.83 per cent.

20:55 (IST)11 May 2019
Results to be released soon

The official results are expected to be released soon on pseb.ac.in. Students can also check their results on indiaresult.com.

20:48 (IST)11 May 2019
Amarinder Singh congratulates teachers for hike in pass percentage

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh also congratulated the Board and teachers for an impressive hike in the pass percentage since last year. Read here

20:39 (IST)11 May 2019
Here's how you can check your results

Step 1: Visit the official website- pseb.ac.in


Step 2: Click on the ‘download result link’


Step 3: Enter registration number, roll number


Step 4: Results will appear on the screen


Step 5: Download it, and take a print out for further reference.

20:25 (IST)11 May 2019
Students will receive their original marksheet from schools in few weeks

Candidates can download their marksheet from the official website and take a printout for admission purposes which acts like a provisional mark sheet. Students will receive their original and detailed marksheet from the respective schools in a few weeks.

20:19 (IST)11 May 2019
Punjab records pass percentage with jump of 20 per cent from 2018

The state recorded a pass percentage of 86.41 per cent, a 20 per cent jump from 2018’s 59.47 per cent. Three students shared the first rank with 98.89 per cent with a score of 445/450.

20:06 (IST)11 May 2019
Here's how the students celebrated their success!
19:48 (IST)11 May 2019
Punjab CM congratulates students

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh congratulated all the students for their performance in the board examinations.

19:11 (IST)11 May 2019
Government schools perform well

Government schools have performed well with a pass percentage of 88.14 percent

19:06 (IST)11 May 2019
227 girls made it to merit list

As many as 227 girls made it to the merit list while 92 boys found the place in the merit list

19:03 (IST)11 May 2019
Muktsar Sahib tops among districts with 93.28%

District Muktsar Sahib has the highest pass percentage with 93.28 percent. Tarn Taran has the lowest with 70.96 percent.

19:02 (IST)11 May 2019
Tarn Taran performs poor with 70.96%

Tarn Taran has the lowest pass percentage with 70.96 per cent

PSEB 12th Result 2019 LIVE: Saravjot Singh of Shalimar Model Senior School got the first position in the Punjab Class 12th exam. Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh

PSEB 12th Result 2019 LIVE: Speaking to The Indian Express, Saravjot whose father Heera Singh is a supervisor in a factory and mother Manjeet Kaur a school principal, said that he never kept any tuition and only depended on self-studies and extra classes in his school.

"Studies at school were enough. I never felt any need to keep tuition and burden my parents financially who already did a lot for me. Accountancy is my favorite subject. I never found it difficult but interesting," he said.Apart from studies, he likes reading books and playing cricket.

He also said that he would like to congratulate other state toppers, all other five being girls. "I congratulate them. I think boys and girls work equally hard. But it is wrong to say that boys don't study or work hard," he said.