New Delhi: Board of School Education Haryana (HBSE) has announced the Class 12 result 2017! Students can now check their performance at bseh.org.in. The results can be accessed from the official website using the HBSE Class 12 examination registration details. In the class 12 results declared today, overall 64.5 per cent students passed, continuing the trends, girls have outshone boys in the performance. This years results percentage is slightly better than the last year's 62.40 per cent.
The Haryana Board will release the class 10 results on May 20.
According to PTI, a total of 73.44 per cent girl students qualified for higher education as compared to 57.58 per cent boys, a spokesman of the Board said.
The board also said that, a total of 2,10,867 students took the class 12th examination, out of which 1,36,008 cleared it. As many as 42,245 students have received compartment and 30,966 failed.
The pass percentage of government schools, was 65.57 per cent, while that of government-aided schools 66.38 per cent and interestingly, the pass percentage of private schools was behind the government schools at 63.16 per cent.
HBSE Result Declared For Class 12th Exam: What's Next?
Results have finally been declared. Students should now take a note of things to be done here after.
After checking the result, candidates should download a copy of it and save it. The saved copy of the result can be used as a reference only till official certificates are issued.
After result declaration, candidates can start applying for admission to various undergraduate programs. Candidates can also opt to change their stream as well. Candidates should immediately start planning for their career ahead with the marks obtained. Application form for admission to various undergraduate courses must be submitted within the deadline.
Those candidates who wish to apply for re-verification or revaluation can also submit their applications. The Board will issue notification as soon as the result is out. Candidates should therefore wait for the official update in this regard.
(With Inputs from PTI)
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