HBSE Secretary Shekhar Vidyarthi informed the media that total number of 3,37,166 appeared in this examinations out of which 2,29,390 have passed. Total number of 1,85,897 boys appeared in the exams out of which 1,22,331 managed to clear the exams with the pass percentage to 65.81 where as 1,07,059 girls passed out of 1,51,269 taking the passing percentage 5% higher than the boys to 70.77% which means girls have yet again out-shined the boys by a fair margin.
1,01,870 students managed to secure the passing marks out of 1,70,072 from Government schools with a passing percentage of 59.90%. On the other hand, 1,27,520 have passed the exams from 1,67,094 students from Private Schools.
These results would be made public today at 7am today on the official website of the HBSE on http://hbse.nic.in, after which students can check their respective results. To check the results via SMS, type HR10(space)Roll number and send it to 56666 or call up the BSNL helpline numbers 12501122 after 7am today.
Students who wish to apply for the revaluation of results or required to appear in the examination again would be required to apply on or before 20th June with the fees of Rs 640.