Immediately after the declaration of the result, it has often been noticed that web portals slow down or do not respond at all. Heavy rush is one of the major reasons for it. Students are suggested to wait for a while before re-trying.
PSEB 10th result 2017 can be checked at pseb.ac.in and indiaresults.com.
PSEB 12th result 2017 saw a dip in the pass percentage. As per PTI report, there was a fall of 14 per cent in pass percentage as compared to last year. 36,376 students could not qualify the exam against 3.14 lakh students who had appeared for the exam. While the overall pass percentage of female candidates was 72.59, it was 54.42 percent for male candidates.
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