The HBSE declared the results of the Class 12 board examinations on May 18.
Since the official website will have a lot of traffic, it will be easier for you to check your results on the site and steps given below. As per the the news agency, this year's result was better than 2016, which saw 62.40 percent students passing the exam.
An official had earlier confirmed to NDTV that the class 10 results will be released by the board two days after the release of Class 12 results. The board conducted the Class 10th examination for the 3 lakh students between March 7 and March 25. As many as 42,245 students received compartment and 30,966 failed. So, as per the official sources, they have organised the press conference on May 20.
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Announcing the results at Bhiwani, Chairman of the Board Dr Jagbir Singh said that 2,10,867 students appeared in the examination, out of which 1,36,008 passed. "On May 20, the board will be declaring the results of Haryana open board of class 10", Meenakshi added. Girls with 73.44% pass percentage outshone boys whose pass percentage was 57.58%.
Last year, there was a significant increase in the girl's pass percentage than the boys pass percentage.
Just like the Exams, the students also get nervous and wait eagerly for the results after attending the exams.
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The students must download the result from the website for future reference.
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