Punjab Board Class 10 result: here's the list of websites

Staff ReporterUpdated: Wednesday, July 06, 2022, 10:57 AM IST
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The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) announced the class 10 board results on July 5 and At 10 a.m. today, the result link was made available to students. Students who took the PSEB matric exams can view their results on the PSEB website, pseb.ac.in.

  1. results.gov.in

  2. pseb.ac.in

  3. punjab.indiaresults.com

The board recorded an overall pass percentage of 97.94 percent this year. Nancy Rani of Ferozepur district won the state with a score of 644 out of 650. (99.08 per cent). Dilpreet Kaur of the Sangrur district took second place. Although Kaur received the same score as Rani, her ranking was determined by the PSEB's age formula.

Among the district results, Gurdaspur had the highest pass percentage at 99.52 percent, while Ferozpur had the lowest pass percentage at 98.65 percent. This year, 3,11,545 regular students took the board exams, with 3,08,624 passing. The overall pass percentage for regular students is 99.06 percent.

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