Updated: July 30, 2021 4:51:06 pm
The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) declares the result of Senior Secondary class on Friday. This year the pass percentage is 96.48 percent which is 3.71 percent more than the last year. The students can check their marks by visiting the official website – pseb.ac.in.
This year a total of 2,92, 683 students appeared in the examination and 2,82, 349 had passed the exams. The girls again shone in the examination as the pass percentage of the girl students is 97.34 percent and that of boys is 95.74 percent.
PSEB postponed the exam for class 12 twice due to the surge in the COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier the exams were deferred by a month from March 2021 to April 2021 for both class 10 and 12. Due to the rise in cases, they were again postponed to be held in May 2021.
Punjab School Education Board declares the result of senior secondary level. This year the pass percentage is 96.48 percent.@iepunjab
— Jagdeep Singh (@deep_bitter) July 30, 2021
The results for classes 5, 8, and 10 have already been declared and students may check their results on the official site by using their roll numbers. 99.3 percent of class 10 students were declared pass this year.
Class 12 students can check their marks by visiting the official website pseb.ac.in. Enter registration number, roll number. The results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a printout for further reference.
Last year, it was the first time when PSEB class 12 board results were declared without holding all the exams due to the pandemic. The result was declared in July 2020 according to the special marking scheme. Out of the 2.9 lakh students, 90.98 per cent were passed last year. The result of Government schools outshone the results of private schools. Government schools reached the pass percentage of 94.32 percent as opposed to affiliated and associated schools, which remained at 91.84 per cent and 87.04 percent respectively.
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