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Home / Education / HP Board declares Class 12 result, 62.01% pass

HP Board declares Class 12 result, 62.01% pass

Of the total strength, 95497 students appeared in regular mode while 17419 took examination through State Open School (SOS).

education Updated: Apr 22, 2019 12:16 IST
Naresh Thakur
Naresh Thakur
Hindustan Times, Dharamshala
As many as 112916 students appeared for Class 12 exams, conducted from March 6 to March 29.
As many as 112916 students appeared for Class 12 exams, conducted from March 6 to March 29.(PTI/ Representative Image)

The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE) on Monday declared the Class 12 exam results on its official website .

A total of 95,492 students appeared in exam, out of which 58,949 or 62.01% passed. The number of students who got compartment is 16,102.

Out of 49, 136 male candidates who appeared in the exam 28,375 have passed. Out of 45,784 female candidates, 30, 574 have passed.

Girls have performed better than boys in arts and commerce while boys have excelled in science. Ashmita Sharma has topped the arts stream by scoring 96.4 % marks while Sakshi Thakur stood second at 96% and Kartikeya Koshal stood third at 95. 8%.

Priety Birsanta has topped commerce stream 98.8%, while Ishita Aggarwal stood second at 98.4 % and Dikshu Sharma stood third at 97.6%.

Anil Kumar has topped science stream at 98.6%, while Prakriti Thakur, Saanvi Sankhyan and Jeevesh Awasthi stood joint second at 98.2% and Shubhangni came third at 98%.

Govt schools fair better than private schools. A total of 31 students are in merit list for government schools while 27 students of private schools make it to the merit list.

HPBose Class 12 exams were conducted from March 6 to March 29.

Board had set up total 1980 examination centres across the state for regular candidates. Around 10,000 employees were engaged in the examination duties. To curb mass copying all the examination centers were equipped with Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras.

Last year, 98,281 students had appeared in the examinations out of which 68.621 passed, while another 15,785 will have to reappear in one subject. The pass percentage was 70.18%.

The result will be available on board’s official website .