GSEB HSC Results 2019

HSC Result 2018 Gujarat for Science stream was declared on the 10th of May 2018. The Exam was conducted from March 12th, 2018 to 28th March 2018. Every year the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board abbreviated as GSEB announces the GSEB 12th result in the month of May. It will be released online separately for the science stream and Commerce & Arts. The results for Science stream was declared today, on 9 May, whereas the results for Commerce and Arts are expected to be declared in the last week of May.

Gujarat Board Exam 2018 vs 2017 vs 2016

The result statistics of GSEB HSC (Class 12th) for the year 2018, 2017 and 2016 is given in the table below:

GSEB HSC RESULTS
Year Students Appeared Overall Pass percentage Pass percentage Boys Pass percentage Girls
2016 4,66,778 74% 69% 77%
2017 6,47,021 79.03% 77.97% 80.95%
2018 4,59,806 73% 71% 74.9%

GSEB HSC Results 2016 VS. 2017 VS. 2018

GSEB HSC Results 2016 VS. 2017 VS. 2018

GSEB HSC Grading System

Marks Obtained Grades Awarded
From 91-100 A1
From 81-90 A2
From 75-80 B1
From 62-70 B2
From 51-60 C1
From 45-50 C2
From 33-40 D

Groupwise and Gradewise Report of GSEB HSC Result 2019

About 1,23,860 students appeared for the exam this year, of which 254 students got A1 grade. You can see the details in the table below. Students can also know the process of calculating the CGPA from the grade points.

How to check GSEB HSC Results 2019?

GSEB HSC Results 2019 is out today on 9th May. Details such as Student Name, Roll no, board name, academic year, marks gained in each subject, total marks scored, qualifying grade will be present on GSEB HSC Result. Below are the steps to download the GSEB HSC Board Result 2019.

Step 1 – Go to GSEB official web portal

Step 2 – On the homepage itself students can check the results  enter

Step 3 – Type the 6 digit seat number in the field provided

Step 4 – Click on Go to submit

Step 5 -Your GSEB HSC Result 2019 will appear on the screen

Step 6 – Download and take a printout of your result for future reference

As per the above comparison, therefore, we can conclude that the overall passing percentage for the year 2017 was 79.03% where total candidates appeared for the exam were 6,47,021. Also, the overall passing percentage for the year 2018 is 73% where total 4,59,806 candidates appeared for the exam.


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