Punjab Board Class 5 Result: All the registered candidate can check their result through the official website of PSEB.(HT FILE)
Punjab Board Class 5 Result: All the registered candidate can check their result through the official website of PSEB.(HT FILE)

PSEB Punjab Board Class 5 Result 2021 declared, pass percentage is 99.76%

  • Punjab Board Class 5 Result 2021: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the class 5th result during a virtual conference on Monday.
UPDATED ON MAY 24, 2021 04:06 PM IST

The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the class 5th result during a virtual conference on Monday. The pass percentage is 99.76%. Out of 3,14, 472 students, 3,13,712 have passed.

Girls have performed better than boys with a pass percentage of 99.80% while the pass percentage of Boys is 99.73%.

The pass percentage of the schools in the Urban Area is 99.74% and the Rural Area is 99.77%.

The pass percentage of the affiliated schools is 99.87%, which is more than the pass percentage of associated schools i.e 99.85% and the pass percentage of associated schools i.e 99.74%.

According to the merit list, the Taran Taran district has topped the state by securing 99.95 %, followed by Pathankot with 99.94 %. Hoshiarpur district was at the last place by securing 99.57 %.

If students are not satisfied with their result, he/she can write to the chairman. The Board will take their theory exams, once the condition will become normal. The email id is primarymiddle.pseb@punjab.gov.in

All the registered candidate can check their result through the official website of PSEB after it is uploaded at http://www.pseb.ac.in/

PSEB 5th Results 2021: How to check the result

Visit the official website of the PSEB at http://www.pseb.ac.in/

On the homepage, click on the link to check PSEB class 5 results 2021

A new page will open

Key in your Roll Number or Name

The result will be displayed on the computer screen

Download the result and take its printout for future use.

The examination was held for only four subjects out of five.

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