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PSEB 10th Result 2017 will out today; Check your result @ pseb

20 May 2017, 03:20 | Erica Roy

PSEB 12th class SSE results 2017 These 30 students belong to the vocational stream of class 12th in the government school

PSEB 12th class SSE results 2017 These 30 students belong to the vocational stream of class 12th in the government school

Almost around three lakh students appeared for the PSEB 10th exam between March 14 and March 29. The students can check their Punjab Board results on pseb.ac.in official website.

PSEB Matric 10th Class Result will be available through many official websites but because of the heavy traffic, the results will be displayed slowly.

Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has recently declared the Class 12th result. A year ago 3.2 lakh students appeared and Punjab government saw a record 95% pass percentage in which girls outshined boys.

However, the declaration of the board exam for the Punjab matriculation 10th students and 12th students is getting delayed due to the five state assembly elections. And now all the students those have written the exam are eagerly waiting for the results. Whereas candidates who are getting fail marks can be able to reappear the exam in the month of May. PSEB is likely to declare Matric results on 20th May 2017. Previous year 3.2 lakh students appeared and Punjab government saw a record 95% pass percentage in which girls outshined boys.

Website - pseb.ac.in Official Board website. Candidates who will not satisfy with the results can apply for the revaluation.


Click on to the link which related to the PSEB SSC Results 2017. For the supplementary examination, candidates have to fill up the application form along with the prescribed fee.

How to Download PSEB SSC Results 2017?

And Enter the necessary details like roll number & date of birth.

Click on PSEB 10th Results 2017. The official website by the board, pseb.ac.in is the main source to get the results.

About PSEB: The Punjab School Education Board was founded in 1969 under a legislative act of the Government of Punjab and is based in Chandigarh.



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