RBSE 12th result 2018: Science and commerce result declared, here’s direct link to check
Rajasthan Board Result 2018: The Rajasthan Board for Secondary Education (RBSE) declared the result of the Class 12 board science and commerce examinations on Wednesday.Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 23, 2018 19:09 IST
The Rajasthan Board for Secondary Education (RBSE) declared the result of the Class 12 board science and commerce examinations on Wednesday, May 23. Minister of state for education Vasudev Devnani announced the result at the board’s office. No merit list has been published this year.
Earlier, RBSE secretary, Meghna Chudhary, had told HT on May 18 that the Rajasthan Board Result 2018 should be declared latest by May 21.
“Meeting of our results announcing committee could not be held today [on Friday] because of some inevitable circumstances. So there will be a delay by a day or two,” said Chudhary. The result was earlier expected to be out on May 19 (Saturday).
According to RBSE spokesperson Rajendra Gupta, the Rajasthan Board Results 2018 for Class 12 science and commerce stream will be announced first followed by humanities. He said the Rajasthan Board Results 2018 for Class 10 will be declared either in the last week of May or the first week of June.
The Class 12 exams were held at 5,507 centres across the state. More than 826,200 students enrolled for Class 12 exams and out of which 42,665 students registered in commerce stream, 246,254 in science and 5,37,359 in humanities.
The board identified 415 centres as sensitive and made elaborate security arrangements to stop students from cheating at these centres. It also installed close-circuit television or CCTV cameras and recorded the exams on camera.
Last year, 89.05% students out of the 565,930 candidates from the humanities stream cleared the Class 12 exam. Girls did better than boys as 91.35% were declared successful. Among the boys, 87.04% passed.
Girls also outscored boys in science and commerce streams with a pass percentage of 93.4 and 95.5 respectively. The pass percentage for boys was 90.03 and 89.45 respectively.
In the science stream, 229,351 students appeared in the exams and out of which 80.46% girls and 67.7% boys got the first division. Similarly, in commerce 46,877 students appeared in the exams and 71.48% girls and 44.59% got the first division.