RBSE 10th result 2018: Rajasthan Board 10th test results in a while, see here Result
The secondary education board Rajasthan is expected to be released in a few seconds. Minister of Education Vasudev Devnani will issue test results in the board auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Student’s test result
Deputy Director Rajendra Gupta told that 10 lakh 82 thousand 972 candidates are registered this year for the Class X examination. With the tenth only the result of the entrance and secondary business examination will also be released. In the entrance test, 7 Hajas 42 and 31 thousand 592 candidates are registered in the vocational examination.
Outcome of twelfth results
Let me know that Rajasthan has removed all the results of Secondary Education Board XII. On May 23, the board had declared the result of senior secondary science and commerce class. Minister of State for Education Vasudev Devanani released the result of senior secondary science and commerce class on the website.
Like the previous year, the result of daughters was better in both classes. Similarly, the result of the 12th Arts class was released on June 1. Students were not even seen around the success of girls. During this time, Board President Prof. B. L. Choudhary, Secretary Meghna Chaudhary, Priyanka Bhargava, Financial Advisor Anand Ashutosh and others were present.
Not issued merit list
The Board did not issue state or district level merit list of Arts, Science and Commerce as year 2017. It was decided last year in the meeting of the Board of Management. Instead, the board decided to declare names of top three students. Last year, the students of top 10 in the 10th including arts, commerce and science were given medal in the convocation ceremony held on 24th May.
Last year it was the result
In the year 2017, the result of XII science classes was 90.36 percent and 90.88 percent of the commerce class. The result of girls in science class was 93.30 and the students were 89.21 percent. Similarly, the result of girls in the Commerce category was 95.27 and 88.56 percent of the students.
Last year 19 thousand 274 students had failed in science and commerce. In total, 7 thousand 434 students were declared eligible for supplementary. In science, 17 thousand 012 students had failed. While 2 thousand 262 students had failed in the commerce.