Gandhinagar : The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) announced the GSEB 10th result 2020 results or the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) for Class 10 students today. The class 10 Gujarat Board results for SSC students declared by the GSEB on its official website at gseb.org. A total of 10.83 lakh candidates appeared for the examination out of which 8.40 lakh were (regular) and 2.25 lakh (repeaters).

Overall 60.64 per cent students have cleared the GSEB SSC 2020 board exams. Girls have outperformed boys. Out of 4,49,844 students who have appeared in board exams, 66.02 per cent girls have cleared the exams and topped the charts while 56.53 boys per cent have cleared the board exams.

Of the total schools, 291 schools have recorded a 100 per cent result, which means, all the students of the schools have passed their GSEB SSC 2020 exams. 1,671 students in the state have got A- 1 grade.

Among the districts, Surat has topped with 74.66 per cent result.

The Gujarat Board, the primary function of which is to prepare academic programmes and organise examination for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), maintains that a student is required to score at least a D grade in each subject and overall in order to pass the SSC examination. If a student scores an E grade, he/she will have to appear for the supplementary exams.

GSEB 10th Result 2020: How to Check

Step 1. Log onto the official website at gseb.org.

Step 2. Look for the link which says GSEB SSC result.

Step 3. Click on the link and fill in all the details to get your GSEB SSC Result 2020.

Step 4. Your SSC result will open in a separate dialogue box

Step 5. Download the hard copy for future reference

How to check result via SMS

If the website is down or slow, students can check their results by sending an SMS in this format — SSC SEAT NUMBER — to 56263.

Last year, the pass percentage of SSC exam was 66.97 percent as girls outperformed boys with 72.64 percent. The pass percentage among boys was 62.83 percent.

Courtesy : Walk Educate