The pass percentage in government schools is better with 97.76% while it is 97.56% among regular students (Representational image)
This year Gagandeep Kaur of Sant Mohan Das Memorial Senior Secondary School, Faridkot has been declared topper with 650/650 marks.
Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the class 10th result today, May 26. The overall pass percentage this year stood at 97.56%. The pass percentage of class 10 is 0.38% lower than last year’s 97.94%.
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This year Gagandeep Kaur of Sant Mohan Das Memorial Senior Secondary School, Faridkot has been declared topper with 650/650 marks. After this, Navjot scored 648 out of 650 marks. Navjot’s overall percentage is 99.69% and Harman Kaur has secured the third position by scoring 646 marks out of 650. The pass percentage of Harman Kaur is 99.38%.
This year also girls have outperformed boys, The pass percentage of boys of Punjab is 96.73 while the pass percentage of girls is 98.46 per cent. Pathankot district has emerged as the top performing district with 99.19% pass percentage, followed by Kapurthala and Amritsar. While Barnala has the lowest pass percentage of 95.96% students.
The pass percentage in government schools is better with 97.76%, while it is 97.56% among regular students. A total of 2,74,400 students passed the 10th class examination this year, 6171 students had to re-appear and 653 failed. At the same time, the result of 103 students has been withheld. Students who appeared for the exam can check their results by visiting the official website of Punjab Board, pseb.ac.in.
To pass the PSEB 10th Result 2023, students need to score at least 33% in each subject and overall. Students performing poorly in one or more subjects in the PSEB 10th exam can register for an additional exam, which will be conducted in June. More results of Punjab Board 2023 are expected to be released in the last week of July.
Due to the division of the academic year into two terms in 2022, the results of the 10th class board exams were declared on the basis of the average of the two terms. 50% of the syllabus was covered in each term. A total of 3,11,545 students registered for class 10th exam; Of them, 126 failed while 3,08,627 others passed it.