PSEB Punjab Board 10th Result 2022 LIVE Updates: Result link active at pseb.ac.in
Punjab Board PSEB 10th Result 2022 @pseb.ac.in Highlights: Students can check scores at the official websites of the Punjab School Education Board — pseb.ac.in, Indiaresults.in. Know the pass percentage and other details here
The top 3 ranks positions have been bagged by girls. This year’s Punjab Board class 10 topper is Nancy Rani from Ferozpur. The first and second rank holders have secured the same marks, however, since Nancy was younger she has been given the top rank as per the tie-breaker formula.
The Punjab board class 10 term-II examinations were successfully held from April 24 to May 19, 2022. This year, the Punjab class 10 exams were held in an offline, pen-and-paper mode and were subjective in manner.
The students need to score at least 33 per cent marks in every subject as well to be considered pass in the Punjab Board class 10 results.
This year, the results for the class 10 board exams will be declared according to the average of both terms, as the academic year has been divided into two terms, each covering 50 per cent of the syllabus. In 2022, as many as 3.25 lakh students appeared for class 10 exams. Last year, the overall passing percentage recorded by the PSEB was 99.93 per cent where girls scored more than boys as girls scored an average pass percentage of 99.94 per cent, while boys scored 99.92 per cent in class 10 exams. Also, the performance of government schools was better than affiliated and associated schools, and out of the total 3,21,384 students, 3,21,163 passed in class 10 exams.
Punjab Board PSEB 10th Result 2022 Highlights: Check matric result at pseb.ac.in
The result can also be accessed through SMS. (Representative image)
PSEB 10th Result LIVE updates: The PSEB class 10 result can be viewed on the official websites — pseb.ac.in, indiaresults.in. Students can also check their results via SMS. For that, students will have to type PB10 <roll number> and send to 56767650. The result is expected to be announced today via a press conference, which will be held by the higher officials of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB).
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