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BSEH 10th Result 2022 Declared! 73.18% Pass Haryana Board, Marksheets at bseh.org.in

The Haryana Board Class 10 examination was held from March 30 to April 20 this year. Students can check and download their results from the board’s official website — bseh.org.in.

BSEH, the Board of School Education Haryana on Friday announced its Class 10 results for over 3.25 lakh students, while stating that a total of 73.18 per cent students had cleared the exams. The pass percentage of private students, the board said, was recorded at 92.96 per cent.

The Haryana Board Class 10 examination was held from March 30 to April 20 this year. Students can check and download their results from the board’s official website — bseh.org.in

According to the board’s chairman Dr Jagbir Singh, The pass percentage for girls remained at 76.26 per cent, while for boys it was 70.56. “The topper in this examination was Aashima of Isharwal Public School, Bhiwani, who scored 499 marks, with Sunaina – student of Pragya Senior Secondary School, Bhandwa (Charkhi Dadri); Khushi – student of Geeta Vidya Mandir High School (Uchana Mandi, Jind); and Manju – student of Sainik Public High School (Sishmor, Kaithal) — taking the second position by scoring 497 marks each. The third rank was secured by Suhani – a student of Lakhi Ram Memorial Public High School (Halalpur, Sonipat); Reena – a student of DCM Senior Secondary School (Bithmada, Hisar); Lavkush – of Baba Uddal Dev Public School (Madanheri, Hisar); Himanshi – Capt RC Senior Senior Secondary School (Shiv Nagar, Hisar); and Himani – student of Keshav Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School (Mandhana, Bhiwani) —who scored 496 marks”.

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“A total of 3,26,487 students appeared in the Class 10 test, out of whom 2,38,932 passed and 19,679 received compartment,” Dr Jagbir continued. 1,24,303 of the 1,76,168 boys who took the test passed, while 1,14,629 of the 1,50,319 girls who took the test passed. The pass rate for government institutions remained at 63.54 percent, while the pass rate for private schools was 88.21 percent. Similarly, rural area schools had a pass rate of 74.06 percent, while urban area schools had a pass rate of 71.35 percent.”

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