Haryana HBSE Class 10th exam result 2019 Date and time Latest updates: The pass rate for the 2019 Class 10 exam is 57 percent, reports said. Although almost half or 42.6 percent of the students who appeared for the exam missed out, the 2019 pass rate is an improvement on the 2018 record, which was 51.5 percent.
The Haryana Board or HBSE has stated the results of the class 10 exam on the official website bseh.org.in.
Students need at least 33 percent to count as having passed the Haryana Board Class 10 exams. This is a summary of the external exam and practical items.
This year the focus is on the Haryana board following last year's poor performance. In 2018, the success rate for SSC was 51.15 percent, while the HBSE maintained that the results had improved. Almost 49 percent of the student who had appeared for the exam had failed.
The Haryana Board, or HBSE, is expected to announce the Class 10 (SSC) board exam results on Friday at 3 p.m. after a press conference. Students are advised to save their hall tickets or admit cards to log in to the official website once the results have been announced.
The Haryana Board of School Education (BSEH) will release the Class 10 result today. Students can view the results by going to the official website www.bseh.org.in.
In the class 10 exam, a total of 3,850,227 students from all over the state had tried to perform the test. The class 10 and class 12 exam of the Haryana Board took place in March and April.
Here's how to view Haryana Board's HBSE Class Result 2019:
Step 1: Go to the official website of the forum, bseh.org
Step 2: Select the link on the home page that says Class 10 board result 2019
Step 3: Enter role number and other information
Step 4: Click the Send button to continue
Step 5: The result is displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download it for further reference
This year the administration had taken strict security measures to stop cheating and the use of unfair means in the investigation. CCTV cameras were installed in almost all centers and near photostat stores, examination centers were closed before the start of the exam, reports reported.
denial: As noted in the course of recent weeks, the dates and times of result announcements have often changed. The above information has not been independently verified. However, this article will be updated to show official updates as they arrive.
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