Class 10: wide gap in performance of English and Guj-medium students

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30 May, 2017

GSEB class 12 results 2017: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has declared the results for the class 12 board exam results for the arts and commerce streams. Students can check GSEB Results from the direct link provided below. The headquarters of the Board is located in Gujarat. The board had also arranged the examinations for 142 prisoners in the state. The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) is all set to declare the result of GSEB SSC Exam 2017 on May 29 at 11 AM.

Students are advised to keep the online downloaded copy or printed copy of GSEB SSLC Result 2017 for future reference. According to reports, over 11 lakh students have appeared in this exams. This exam is said to be the turning point in terms of academics for every student appearing for the exam. The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) also conducts the examination for repeaters along with the regular students. After result declaration, the Board may immediately start the revaluation process; therefore students who will then opt for it can apply for it at the earliest. The pass percentage of Class 12 Science stream a year ago was 86.10 per cent. Passing standard for differently abled is 20 per cent. The results will also be announced for SSC Sanskrit. After exams, they eagerly wait for results which will be displayed on the official website www.gseb.org. With the first exam being a language paper of either English or Gujarati.

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With the GSEB SSC Result coming today, students will finally be able to relax and plan for their further studies accordingly.


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