PSEB Result 2019: 10th, 12th Punjab Board Results,

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 08 May 2019, 09:36 AM
PSEB Result 2019
PSEB Result 2019
PSEB 10th Results 2019: Check Here
PSEB 12th Results 2019: Check Here

Punjab Board Results 2019: The Punjab State Education Board (PSEB) will declare the Punjab Board Class 12 or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam result 2019 by the last week of April and the Class 10 exam results by the second week of May. Soon after the formal declaration of results, students can visit the official website of the Punjab Board i.e. to check and download their scores. We here at News Nation are in close contact with our sources and will be updating all the latest updates here. Hence, we request the students to bookmark this page and check it regularly. Here in this article, we bring to you detailed information pertaining to the Punjab Board HSC Result 2019 and Punjab Board 10th Result 2019.

Punjab Board Result 2019 – Declaration Date

It is often seen that during the result time, the students surf through various educational websites to check the exact dates on which the results will be declared. Nowadays, the social media is filled up with various dates related to result declaration culminating into confusion and anxiety amongst students. Therefore, we request the candidates not to believe in any rumour and wait for the Board officials to confirm. However, we have mentioned the probable dates on which the candidates can expect the results. The table given below is for reference purpose only and the same will be updated with official dates post formal announcement.


Exam Name

Exam Date (2019)

Exam Result Date*

Punjab Board

Punjab 10th Board Exam

2nd week of March – Last week of March

2nd week of May

Punjab 12th Board Exam

Last week of February – Last week of March

Last week of April

*Tentative Dates

Punjab Board Result Previous Year Statistics

The PSEB conducted the Class 12 Examinations 2018 between February 28 and March 24, while the Class 10 Examinations 2018 were held between March 12 and March 31. Since the Punjab Board Results 2019 have not been declared yet, therefore candidates are advised to go through the KAR Results analysis of previous years.

PSEB 10th Result – Last Year’s Analysis

Total Number of students appeared: 3,68,295

Total number of students passed: 2,19,035

Total number of boys appeared: 1,04,828

Total number of girls appeared: 1,04,126

Overall pass percentage: 59.47

Punjab Board 1 2th Result – Last Year’s Analysis

Total Number of students appeared: 300,417

Total number of students passed: 198,199

Overall pass percentage: 65.97 per passed.

Punjab Board Result 2019 – How to check?

Soon after the formal announcement of results, the Punjab Board Result 2019 will be available on the official website of the Punjab Board i.e. To make it easier for the students, we have provided the steps through which the candidates can check their results. Follow these steps download the PSEB Result: 

Step 1: Visit the official website of the board i.e.

Step 2: Submit your roll number and other details in the form.

Step 3: Click on the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 4: Your Punjab Board Result 2019 will be displayed on your screen.

What after checking PSEB Result 2019? 

After the formal announcement of PSEB Result 2019, students will be able to download their scorecard offline, in the PDF format from the official website. It can be used for future reference. The students can also verify the online information with their original mark sheets, which will be delivered to the students in due time through their respective schools/institutions.

About Punjab School Education Board (PSEB)

 The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) was established in the year 1969 through an Act of State Assembly of Punjab for promotion and upgradation of school education in the state. In the year 1987, the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) was granted autonomous status and was authorized to prescribe the curriculum, courses of studies and textbooks for school education in the state. Apart from the above, its duties include conducting of state-level board examination at Secondary and Higher Secondary levels.

First Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2019 03:16 PM
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