PSEB Punjab Board Class 10 Result 2022: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) today announced the class 10 board exam results today (July 5) at 12:15 pm. The pass percentage this year is 97.94 per cent. All the students who had appeared for the board exams can check their respective results at the official website — pseb.ac.in. To check scores, keep your PSEB Class 10 roll card handy.
The top 3 ranks positions have been bagged by girls. This year’s Punjab Board 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.
A total of 3,11,545 students appeared for the Class 10 examination out of which 126 have failed and 3,08,627 students have passed. Results of 317 students have been withheld by the Board and 2,475 students will have to re-appear for the exam.
The Punjab board class 10 term-II examinations were conducted from April 24 to May 19, 2022, in an offline pen and paper mode by following all the COVID-19 guidelines provided by the government of India.
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While the result will be announced today at 12:15 pm, score cards will be made available on the official websites on July 6.
To check PSEB Punjab Board class 10 result, students will first have to visit the official website — pseb.ac.in. After that, there will be link on the home page for “PSEB class 10 board result 2022”. Students have to fill the required details such as roll number or registration number and date of birth (DOB). After filling those and clicking on submit, the Punjab class 10 result will appear on the screen.
Students are advised to save the page and take a printout of the class 10 results for future reference. Candidates are also advised to ensure that all details are factually correct and there are no spelling errors. For students who are unable to find their roll number and registration number can check the same on their admit card or hall ticket.
Students need to score at least 20 per cent marks in both practical exams and theory to pass the class 10 board examination. This year, the academic calendar was divided into two parts, along with the syllabus. So, the overall score will be calculated on the basis of the average of the two terms. In 2021, the overall passing percentage recorded by the PSEB was 99.93 per cent where girls scored more than boys.
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