GSEB SSC class 10th result 2020: Girls outperform boys with 66.02%
- The overall pass percentage this year stood at 60.6% — a 6.3% decline from last year.
- This year, the number of boys that passed the examination stood at 56.53% while the pass percentage among girls stood at 66.02% .
- In 2019, 66.9% students passed the examination — that accounts for 551,023 students.
- Students can check their result on the official website gseb.org.
Girls outperformed boys, again. This year, the number of boys that passed the examination stood at 56.53% while the pass percentage among girls stood at 66.02% . Last year, the overall pass percentage among boys stood at 62.83%, less than the pass percentage among girls that was recorded as 72.64%.
The overall pass percentage for this year stood at 60.6%. That is a drop of nearly 6.3% from last year. In 2019, the overall pass percentage was recorded as 60.23% with 551,023 students passing the exam.
Students can check their result on the official website gseb.org. The GSEB SSC examinations were held between March 5 and March 17, 2020 — and over 11 lakh students appeared for the exam across 1,548 centres.
Here’s how to check GSEB SSC result:
- Visit the official website gseb.org
- Click on the link that says ‘Class 10th SSC Results 2020’
- Fill in your details and click submit.
- Download the result for future reference.
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