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Haryana Class X results to be declared tomorrow

19 May 2017

The Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) is all set to announce the results of Class X on Saturday. Last year, the results were announced on 22 May. Girls continued to perform better with a pass percentage of 73.44 against 57.58 among boys.

"We are not declaring the results on May 20".

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The students can see their results on www.bseh.org.in and the students can also download the application on their mobile phones of Education Board Bhiwani Haryana from Google App store.

The spokesperson was also quoted in an official release as saying that fir the first time Aadhar number of students has been mentioned on their certificates. The strength of the candidates improved than the previous year as 3.18 lakh people appeared for the 10th class examinations last year.

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The pass percentage of government schools, was 65.57 per cent, while that of government-aided schools 66.38 per cent and interestingly, the pass percentage of private schools was behind the government schools at 63.16 per cent.

Students from rural areas with a pass percentage of 66.9 outperformed those in urban areas where only 60 percent students passed the exam.

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Rewari boy Harish Sharma, a student of the science stream at Vivekananda Senior Secondary School, Kosli, topped in the state, scoring 489 out of 500 marks. In commerce stream, Urvashi from Karnal took the top position with 490 marks out of 500. Neha of Jind, Avinash of Sirsa and Swati of Dadri were all second with 486 marks each. In humanities, Smile from Fatehabad and Kusum of Sonipat scored 483 marks each to be the toppers.

Haryana Class X results to be declared tomorrow