Anticipating news for all the students who appeared for the Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education, the results for the 12th standard have been out today. All the students who appeared for the exams in February now can check their results online. The results can be check via the official website of HPBOSE. For checking the results online through the official website students have to enter their roll numbers and some other details which may be asked on the page. The results can only be accessed via online mode. This time no offline results will be displayed as schools and institutions have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. So all the candidates can go to the official website of the board and check the results.
The results might have come even more sooner but due to the coronavirus situation prevailing there has been a delay in the display of the results. The exams for the 10th standard was conducted from March 5 to March 19. The results for them were announced on June 9.
The candidates belonging to the 12th standard appeared for the exams from March 4 to March 27. Their results are announced on June 18.
Where to check the results?
Often students get confused as to what were to check their results. They might see several links here and there which might create confusion. But it is advisable to use only authentic sources for doing so. One of the authentic sources includes the official website of the Board. Due to a lot of students accessing the website at the same time one might feel technical glitches and slowdown of the website because of heavy traffic, but still, it is advisable to use the official website only. The results can be viewed on the site from 11:30 onwards.
Around, 86633 appeared for the exam this year. Out of the total number, 65654 students got through the exam making the pass percentage to 76.07. Around 325 students were absent from the exam. This year, the girls outscored boys. The numbers of girls who cleared the exam with a good score are more than the number of boys. The pass percentage of girls is 79.75 while the pass percentage of boys is 72.42. Last year also the girls scored better than the boys and their pass percentage was more respectively. The pass percentage of girls in the year 2019 was 66.77 while the pass percentage of boys was 57.74.
Arts stream: In the Arts stream Shruti Kashyap of Govt Senior Secondary School, Rampur Bushahr has topped. She scored 98.2% in her exams. The second position was bagged by Sushant Chauhan of Govt Shamsher senior secondary School. With 97.8% marks, Nahan has also bagged the second rank. The third position was bagged by Savita Kumari of Government Senior Secondary school along with Dhulara with 96.2% marks.
Science stream: the topper of HPBOSE class 12 science exam is Prakash Kumar of Kullu Science School of Education, Dhalpur. He has scored 99.4% marks. The second rank with 99.2% marks is cored by Shubham Jaswal of Mount View Public school. With 99.2% marks, Bhanjal has also bagged the second rank. Tanisha from Government Senior Secondary school, Pragpur came third with 99% marks.
Commerce stream: the first position in the commerce stream is bagged by Megha Gupta with 97.6%. Ambika Vikram has scored 96.8% and secured the second position in the state. She is a student of SD Senior Secondary School, Solan.
A new marking scheme has been started by the Himachal Pradesh board and the students who appeared for the exam will be marked according to the new schemes. According to the new scheme students who appeared for biology, business studies, chemistry, and accounts will be awarded grace marks. The grace marks will be awarded based on the highest marks scored in the subjects for which the exam was conducted.
Due to coronavirus lockdown, HPBOSE cancelled some exams. It included Computer science (I.P), SQF vocational subjects, Financial Literacy, Dance (Kathak/ Bharat Natyam), Fine arts: graphics, painting, sculpture and applied arts. The board had conducted a geography exam on June 8.
After a long wait, the students finally got their results and now they can take their career forward. Due to coronavirus, a pause was imposed but now it seems that things might get to normalcy soon.