Haryana Board 10th result declared, Jind boy Kartik tops with 99.6%marks
Haryana Board Result 2018: The result of Class 10 board examinations, conducted by the Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) was declared on Monday.Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 21, 2018 16:38 IST
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) declared the Class 10 examinations results on Monday, May 21, on its official website, bseh.org.in.
Kartik of Nav Durga School in Jind, who goes by only first name, has topped the examination with 99.6% marks. He has scored full 100% marks in Sanskrit, Mathematics and Science.
Talking to Hindustan Times, Kartik said he wants to become an IFS officer. On his efforts for the exam, Kartik said that he studied six hours daily for the exam and thanked his parents and teachers for motivating and encouraging him.
Kartik’s father is a watchman in the PWD department. His mother is no more.
HBSE 10th result 2018: Steps to check (after it is uploaded)
1) Log on to bseh.org.in
2) Click on the result tab
3) Click on the link for result
4) Enter your exam roll no or name
5) Click on Find Results
6) View your result and take a printout
The Class 10 exams, which started on March 8 and ended on March 30, were taken by 3,83,499 students. In 2017, 3,18,000 students appeared for the exams and a little more than half or 50.49% were declared successful.
The education board registered 4,976 unfair means cases (UMC) during the Class 12 and Class 10 exams this year. The cases of cheating this year were slightly less than last year when the board caught 5,300 students cheating during the exams.
Haryana board declared the Class 12 results on Friday. Around 63.84% students passed the exam. The pass percentage dropped slightly from 64.5% last year.
Naveen and Heena, of Hisar district, from Science stream topped the exam, securing 491 marks out of the maximum 500. In the Commerce stream, Monika of Kaithal district topped with 484 marks, while Gurmeet of Jind district topped the Arts stream with 489 marks.
Board officials said 2,22,388 students appeared in the Class 12 exam, of which 1,41,973 passed while 49,163 faced compartments. As always in Haryana board exams, this time too girl students outshined boys. The pass percentage of girl students was 72.38% while that of boys was 57.10%.
Students of rural schools performed better than their urban counterparts with a pass percentage of 64.75%, two points higher than 62.04% in urban schools. The pass percentage of government schools and private schools was similar at 63.02% and 64.06% respectively.
First Published: May 21, 2018 14:32 IST