Haryana

HARYANA EDUCATION BOARD DECLARED RESULT WITH PASSOUT PERCENTAGE 63.84

May 18, 2018 08:51 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

The result of senior secondary examination conducted by the Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani in March 2018 is 63.84 per cent and that of private students is 47.44 per cent. For the first time, the Board has decided to keep safe the certificates and result of students in DigiLocker which could be downloaded from Board’s website when needed. This would facilitate students in getting admission to next classes.

The result was declared jointly by Chairman of the Board, Dr. Jagbir Singh and Secretary, Mr. Dhirendra Khadgata in a press conference organised at Board office in Hisar today. As many as 72.38 per cent girls and 57.10 per cent boys have passed the examination.

The result of senior secondary examination conducted by the Haryana Board of School Education, Bhiwani in March 2018 is 63.84 per cent and that of private students is 47.44 per cent. For the first time, the Board has decided to keep safe the certificates and result of students in DigiLocker which could be downloaded from Board’s website when needed. This would facilitate students in getting admission to next classes.

Dr. Singh said that the students can check their result after 5 p.m. on May 18 at website www.bseh.org.in and www.indiaresults.com. He said that result can also be checked on mobile app developed by the Board which could be downloaded from Google Play Store by searching “Education Board Bhiwani Haryana”.

He said that the first position in all three streams has been bagged by Naveen of Holy Child Senior Secondary School, Surya Nagar, Hisar and Heena of Government Senior Secondary School, Patel Nagar, Hisar. Similarly, the second position was bagged by Sweetie of Galaxy Senior Secondary School, Bawania, Mahendragarh, Gurmeet of M.D. Girls School, Narwana, Jind and third position was bagged by Nishu of Government Senior Secondary School for Girls, Nagura, Jind.

The Board Chairman said that 2,22,388 students had appeared in the senior secondary examination of which 1,41,973 students have passed, 49,163 have got compartments and 31,252 students have failed. A total of 1,24,242 boys had appeared in the examination of which 70,936 have passed and of 98,146 girls, 71,037 have passed.
Mr. Singh said that the pass percentage of government schools was 63.62 and that of private schools was 64.06. The pass percentage of students from rural areas was 64.75 whereas it was 62.04 in case of students from urban areas. The result of private students was 47.44. As many as 19,076 such students had appeared in the examination of which 9,049 have passed.

Mr. Khadgata said that students can download their result by using their ID and Password. If any school does not display result on time then the school would be responsible for that, he added.

He said that on the basis of the result, those students who wish to apply for re-checking of their answer sheets can apply online with prescribed fee within 20 days from the date of declaration of result. The fee of re-checking would be Rs 800 for candidates belonging to BPL category and Rs 1,000 for candidates belonging to General Category.

Board Secretary said that on the basis of result, the private candidates can register for supplementary examination to be held in July 2018 alongwith fee of Rs 700 from May 25 to June 13. The registration with late fee of Rs 100 would be available from June 14 to 18. Similarly, the registration with late fee of Rs 300 would be available from June 19 to 23, and with late fee of Rs 1,000 would be available from June 24 to 30, he added.

HARYANA EDUCATION MINISTER CONTRATULATIONS TOPPER STUDENTS

Haryana Education Minister, Mr Ram Bilas Sharma congratulated the students passed and also the ones topped in all three faculties in the 12th class examination of Haryana School Education Board. He said that this time the pass percentage of students of rural areas has been higher than the urban area, which shows that there’s ample of talent in rural areas.

In the statement issued here, he said that this time the pass percentage of rural area was 64.75 whereas it was 62.04 percent in urban areas in the 12th class examination. Credit for this goes to Haryana Government paying more attention to the school education and the hard work of the teachers and the children.
Mr Sharma said that in today's result, girls have beaten boys with pass percentage of girls as 72.38 and of boys as 57.10 per cent.

He further said that the Haryana Education Board making efforts towards realizing the dream of Digital India initiated by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi. The Education Board would now provide digital locker to the students appearing in exam. The candidate's result and mark sheet would be uploaded on the same locker. Consequently, after the announcement of the results, it would provide the hard-copy of the marks sheet. Along with this, all the mark-sheets and the results declared from 2004 till date would also be uploaded on the digital locker.

He said that the digital locker would be maintained on the basis of candidate’s mobile number and the Aadhar card. Resultantly it would be easier for any recruitment agency to verify any result or certificate of the applicant through this. After this decision, a code would be released to all the Sainik Boards, HPSC and HSSC so that the marks sheets of the candidate can be seen. Thus by sitting in a company or government office, the concerned authority would be able to verify the application. It would save the time and would also avoid the possibility of any kind of fraud.

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