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Rajasthan Board Class 10 results declared, check them here

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education declared results of Class 10 examinations on Sunday.

education Updated: Jun 19, 2016 19:44 IST
Zakir Hussain
A total of 10,81,879 students had registered for the examination, which was held at 5,310 centres spread across the 33 districts of Rajasthan.
A total of 10,81,879 students had registered for the examination, which was held at 5,310 centres spread across the 33 districts of Rajasthan. (Kunal Patil/HT Photo)

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education declared results of Class 10 examinations on Sunday.

Here is how you can check your result:

1) Go to the official website

2) Click on the link for Class 10 results to go to the login page

3) Enter your roll number and access your result

Tanisha Vijay of Mahavir School in Sawai Madhopur topped the examination with 99.17% and Tushar Sharma of TPS, Bharatpur stood at the second place with 99% marks. Five students Devendra Godara, Anand Kumar, Aparna Patel, Kapil Kumar Gupta, and Saket Sharmawith with 98.5%, scored third position.

“Regular studies for 6 to 7 hours and revision of chapters taught at school at home on daily basis helped me to score such good marks”, said Tanisha Vijay.

A total of 10,81,879 students had registered for the examination, which was held at 5,310 centres spread across the 33 districts of the state. The number of students who had appeared in the Class 10 exam in the state in 2015 was higher than this year at 11,06, 438.

Speaking to Hindustan Times about the delay of more than 10 days in announcing the result despite a fewer number of students registering for the examination this year, public relations officer of the board, Rajendra Gupta said: “This year we had experimented for the first time using bar code (for English answer copies) to maintain secrecy during evaluation.” This caused the delay, he said.

The top ten positions were shared by 167 students, with 70 girls finding a place in the merit list.

Minister of state for education Vasudev Devnani announcing result congratulated students who found birth in merit.

“A large number of students from government school scoring place in merit shows that education enviornmnet in government schools is improving,” Devnani said.