The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has declared the results for the 2023 class 10 exams. Find out how to view your scores.
The GSHSEB has released the results for the SSC (Class 10) examinations that took place earlier this year. The results, which have been eagerly awaited by students across the state, have been published on the official GSHSEB website and are now accessible through individual login.
Overview of the 2023 SSC Examinations
The GSHSEB conducted the class 10 exams from March 14 to March 28 this year. Additionally, the class 12 General and Vocational stream exams were held from March 14 to March 29, while the HSC Science stream exams took place between March 14 and March 25.
Steps to Check Your Results
To download the results, students can follow these steps:
- Visit the official GSHSEB website.
- Click on the GSEB SSC result 2023 link on the homepage.
- Enter your unique seat number.
- Your result will then be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result and consider printing it out for future reference.
Insights into the Results
The overall passing percentage for the GSEB SSC exam this year was 64.62%. To pass, students were required to secure at least a 33% mark in each subject, as well as in total. More than nine lakh students registered for the Gujarat board class 10 exams this year, marking an increase from the roughly 7.72 lakh students who appeared for the GSEB SSC exam in 2022.
The results also include subject-wise grades for the students. Those who receive an E grade in the GSEB SSC exam 2023 will be given the opportunity to appear for the class 10 supplementary exam. Students who score below this will be declared failed.
Looking at the Past
Interestingly, the pass percentage for the 2023 class 10 exams shows a contrast to the previous year. In 2021, the Gujarat board recorded a 100% passing percentage in the class 10 exams, a feat which has not been replicated this year.
Overall, the declaration of the GSEB SSC results marks an important milestone for the students, signifying the culmination of their class 10 journey. While it represents the end of one phase, it also marks the beginning of a new academic chapter as students move forward to their higher secondary education.