Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education Class 10 exam result has been declared. Students can check their results by visiting the Board's official website here rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in and rajresults.nic.in.
This is the second year in succession that boys have fared better than girls in RBSE Class X board examination. Finally, the wait of the candidates who appeared for 2017 class 10 board exam in Rajasthan is going to get over today.
The results declaration date has been delayed this year, because of the assembly polls that were held in February and March, and because of the incoming administration's crackdown on mass copying, or the "nakal mafia".
For to check the Ajmer Board BSER Results 2017, Candidates must have roll number and Date Of Birth. Every year the Rajasthan Board conducts various examinations for all the classes.
This year, 513 government inter colleges besides 3,692 aided secondary institutions and 6,208 non-aided secondary institutions in the state were the designated examination centres. Students can also know their grade obtained in the examination along with their marks.
For Class 12 Results, click on UP Board Result 2017 Class 12 (Intermediate).
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For any query, the candidates can visit the official website. Now, its big relief to students as Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has released the notification regarding the results on official website. This year, the state recorded over 13,000 dropouts with more than 7,802 students backing out from high schools and 5,708 from the intermediate level.
Your result will appear on the screen.
Take a print out for future reference.
Stay tuned to this website. (Hint: Pass percentage falls when BJP/BSP are in power and spikes when SP takes over.) Officials expect the pass percentage to fall significantly this year compared to 2016.
However, the gap in pass percentage between boys and girls has also come down.