GSEB Supplementary Exam 2016: Results expected Today(26th July) at gseb.org

GSEB Supplementary Exam 2016: Results expected Today(26th July) at gseb.org

The wait for Class 10 and Class 12 students of Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB), those who appeared for supplementary examination is soon going to be over.

GSEB Supplementary Exam 2016: Results expected Today(26th July) at gseb.org

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Yes, we have received a news from closed sources from the board which hinted that, the GSHSEB will announce the class 10 and class 12 results of supplementary examination today i.e 26th July.

Once the results are out, students can access their result from the official web portal of GSHSEB, the link for which has been shared below. To make your work more simple, we have described the simple process to get your results easily.

You will need few details like roll no. and date of birth etc to access your results, so be ready with all your details. Just follow the guide given below to check your GSEB Supplementary Exam 2016 results.

The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has conducted the supplementary exam in July 2016.

Also, the principals of respective schools can collect the marksheets from the GSEB’s office in Gandhinagar after the results will be declared.

Additionally, those aspirants who are not satisfied with the results and want to head for revaluation have to pay Rs 100 as fees.

All those individuals who do not receive their marksheets, you can once again apply within two days.

How to check GSHSEB Class 10 and Class 12 results? 

  • Visit the main website gseb.org
  • Click on relevant link
  • Enter the details such as roll number and date of birth
  • The result will be displayed
  • Candidates are advised to take a printout of the same.

When the GSHSEB announced the results for the Class 12 (Science) board examinations on May 17; there was a decline of 7.07 per cent in pass percentage.

The pass percentage for class 10 exam, was 67.06 per cent, which is an increase of 5.5 per cent and girls continued to outshine boys by scoring over 9 per cent.

Good Luck And Best Wishes!

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