HPBOSE 10th, 12th supplementary results 2017 declared at hpbose.org

HPBOSE 10th, 12th supplementary results 2017: The Himanchal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) has declared the results for the class 10 and 12 supplementary exams. Candidates who have appeared in these exams can check their results from the official website (see steps below to know how).

The supplementary exams were conducted in the state for candidates who had failed the matriculation or the plus two exams. The plus two supplementary exam from June 12 to June 21 in two shifts— from 8.45 am and from 1.45 pm. The matric exams also began on June 12 but were completed by June 19.

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Steps to check the HPBOSE 10th, 12th supplementary results 2017:

Step 1: Go to the official website for HPBOSE (hpbose.org).

Step 2: Click on the tab for the results page.

Step 3: Click on the link for the class 10 or class 12 results

Step 4: Enter your details in the fields provided.

Step 5: Download your results and take a print out of the same for further reference.

Karnataka SSLC supplementary result 2017: 50.81% pass, girls outperform boys

The results of the Karnataka supplementary exams for Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Class 10) announced in Bengaluru on Thursday saw a pass percentage of 50.81%.

A total of 2,42,951 students appeared in the exam with 1,23,443 students being declared successful.

The exams were held between June 15 and 22 for students who did not pass in the annual SSLC examination held in April.

Girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 55.8%. The pass percentage for boys was 47.9%.

The results of the Karnataka supplementary exams for Secondary School Leaving Certificate (Class 10) announced in Bengaluru on Thursday saw a pass percentage of 50.81%.

Rural students performed better than their urban counterparts, securing a pass percentage of 54.3% as against 47% for urban students.

Students can apply for re-evaluation of results by July 27. The fee for re-evaluation is Rs 700 per subject.

This year the Karnataka board declared the SSLC or Class 10 board exam results in May. Of the 7.64 lakh students, who appeared for the exam, just 73.26% managed to pass. This was down from 79.16% in 2016, and way lower than the 81.82% recorded in 2015.