GSEB Science Compartmental Exam Results 2019 shortly; here's everything about how to access final scores

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 27 July 2019, 11:40 AM
GSEB Science Compartmental Exam Results 2019 shortly; here's how to access scores
GSEB Science Compartmental Exam Results 2019 shortly; here's how to access scores

The Gujarat Board of Secoundary Education after declaring the Class 12 Science results on May is all set to release the results of the compartmental exam held for candidates who failed to secure passing marks in one or more subjects. According to the official notification available on the Gujarat Board website gseb.org, the board is expected to announce the 12th Science Compartmental Results 2019 today

The official notification also clarifies that the result will be not be published online on the website gseb.org and instead the results marksheets or scorecards will be available to the students through their respective examination centres and schools.

Gujarat Board or the GSEB conducts the 12th Science Compartmental Examination to provide a second chance to the students who have failed in the March – April Examination. The Gujarat Board conducted the exam from March 7 to 16, 2019.

A total of 1,34,352 students had appeared for the exam. Overall, 71.9% students passed the GSEB Class 12th Science exam that totals to 1,23,860 students who have passed the exam. Girls have outscored boys.The pass percentage of female students is 72.01 while for male students it is 71.83. 35 schools under Gujarat Board have 100% result while 49 schools have less than 10% result. Last year, the overall pass percentage was 72.99.

The GSEB 12th Science Marksheet 2019 will contain important details about the students as well as the results for the examination. The result will be published in the form of marks scored by the students in the respective subjects for which they had appeared in the compartmental examination. 

Gujarat Board class 12 science stream result saw drop in pass percentage by one per cent from 72.99 per cent recorded in the year 2017-18 and is the lowest in the last seven years. There was a dip of around 8.9 per cent — the lowest recorded in the last five years (2012-2017) when the semester system was in place — in the pass percentage as compared to 2017 when 81.89 per cent students had passed the exam.

First Published: Saturday, July 27, 2019 11:39 AM
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