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Rajasthan Board RBSE 10th result 2018 declared: Here are the highlights

Rajasthan Board RBSE 10th result: The result of Class 10 examination was announced by the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) on Monday.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: Jun 11, 2018 23:58 IST
Zakir Husain
Zakir Husain
Hindustan Times, Ajmer
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Rajasthan Board RBSE 10th result: The results of vocational education and Praveshika, the Class 10 equivalent in Sanskrit, were also released today.(File photo)

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) declared the RBSE 10th result on Monday, an official announced on Sunday.

State education minister Vasudev Devnani declared the result at 3.15pm. The results of vocational education and Praveshika, the Class 10 equivalent in Sanskrit, were also be released. Check the Praveshika result here.

Here is the direct link to check.

Students of Class 10 can check their result by clicking here. They can also check scores on the website of the board at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.

RBSE 10th result 2018: Highlights

4.10pm: While announcing the result, minister Vasudev Devnani pointed out that the pass percentage in government schools increased by over 1%. Last year, the pass percentage in government schools was 76.04%.

4.00pm: With a pass percentage of 83.31%, students of private schools faired well as compared to government schools where 77.02% students passed the examination.

3.21pm: 79.86% students pass. The pass percentage of girls is 79.95 and that of boys is 79.79.

3.16pm: The Rajasthan Board Class 10th result announced.

2.55pm: The board announced the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 exams on June 1 and 88.92% students passed. Girls did better than boys as 91.46% were declared successful. There were 86.67% boys who cleared the exam.

2.45pm: This year, 10,82,972 students appeared for the Class 10 exam from March 7 to April 4.

2.15pm: The board identified 725 centres as sensitive and made elaborate security arrangements to stop students from cheating by installing closed-circuit television or CCTV cameras.

1.30pm: It also recorded the process of opening of the question paper covers, their distribution and also the collection of answer sheets until their sealing and dispatch to collection centres on video.

1.15pm: Last year, 10,72,799 students, including 611,689 boys and 461,110 girls, appeared in the Class 10 exams and 78.96% cleared it. Boys did marginally better than girls as 79.01% were declared successful. Among girls, 78.89% passed.

First Published: Jun 11, 2018 10:12 IST