The Gujarat board has declared the result for Class 10 examination today on Monday by Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB). Students who had appeared for the SSC examination, their wait is over now as they can check their respective scores at the official website--—gseb.org.in.
The Examinations for the class 10 was held from March 12 and lasted till March 23, 2018. The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) has announced that 67.5% students have cleared their SSC examination held in March 2018. The results compared to 2017 was, 0.74% less.
However, the number of students scoring over 90% marks has almost doubled. This year 6,378 students got A1 grade while the number was 3,750 in 2017.
As per the latest information, the Board will release GSEB Class 10 Results 2018 on its official website – gseb.org. The students can check their GSEB Board Class 10 results on the official portal of the board at gseb.org.
How to get your GSEB Board Class 10 Result 2018:
1) Keep handy your GSEB Class 10 admit card or your Roll No.
2) Open the official website of the GSEB Board – gseb.org
3) On the homepage of the Board, you will see a link - "GSEB Board Class 10 results", click on it
4) It will redirect you to a new page where you need to enter your GSEB Board Class 10 roll no. and other required details
5) Once you click submit, your GSEB Board Class 10 result will be visible on the screen
6) You can download your GSEB Board Class 10 result and print it for further reference.
The GSEB Board had successfully conducted the Secondary Examination (Class 10) and Higher Secondary Examination (Class 12) for the academic session 2017-18 in the month of March 2018.
Gujarat SSC Results 2018: Top 3 students:
|1||Savani Hil Ishwarbhai (Male)||594 out of 600|
|2||Ladani Krishi Himanshukumar (Female)||589 out of 600|
|3||Hingrajiya Priyalkumar Jitubhai (Male)||586 out of 600|
Total number of students appeared for Gujarat SSC exam 2018: 11,03,854
Total number of students passed: 5,68,192
Total number of students failed: 5,28,689
Candidates who were involved in unfair practices: 6,973