Mohali: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) on Monday refuted the reports that it is declaring the results of 2018 PSEB Class 10 exams on April 30 or May 1, 2018, as being rumored on varios social media platforms.
Talking to Indian Express, PSEB spokesperson Konal Singh said the Class 10 Matric results of Punjab students will be declared in the first week of May, but not on 1st May, 2018. A close to lakh of candidates had appeared for the PSEB Class 10 examination this year that was conducted from March 12 to March 31.
Once declared, PSEB 10th result will be available for download on the board's official website pseb.ac.in.
How to check PSEB Class 10th Result 2018
- Go to the official website of the board by clicking here pseb.ac.in.
- Click on the link marked with 'Class 10Results'
- Enter name or roll number and click on find results
- Your result will be displayed on screen. Download it or take a print out for further reference
The PSEB had declared the Class 12 results on April 23. According to the PSEB Class 12 or Plus Two result declared by the board, the state recorded a pass percentage is 65.97. Like previous years, Girls have outperformed boys in the examination.
In the academics category, Pooja Joshi of Ludhiana from humanities stream stood first with 98% marks, followed by Vivek Rajput a student of science stream also from Ludhiana in the second position with 97.55% marks and Jasnoor Kaur of Muktsar from commerce stream is in the third position with 97.33% mark.
The PSEB Class 12 exam started on February 28 and ended on March 24, 2018, according to the PSEB time table.
The PSEB Class 12 exam was conducted in the afternoon session from 02:00 pm to 05.15 pm. Differently-abled and Speical students were given 20 minutes extra for every hour. All papers were of 03 hours. Fifteen extra minutes were given to students for reading the question paper.
The Punjab School Education Board came into existence through a legislative enactment in November 1969 for the development and promotion of school education in the state of Punjab. In 1987, the Vidhan Sabha amended the Board’s Act to grant it autonomy.
The scope of Board’s functions is very wide and covers almost every aspect/stage of school education. However, a brief account of functions, structure and activities of the Board is enumerated as below:
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