1. HBSE 12th result 2017: Girls get better of boys in Haryana Board declares Senior Secondary Examination examinations

HBSE 12th result 2017: Girls get better of boys in Haryana Board declares Senior Secondary Examination examinations

Girls have done better than boys in Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) class XII results, which were declared today, a PTI report said. In total 64.50 percent students have passed this year.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: May 19, 2017 10:35 AM
As many as 2,10,867 students took the class 12th examination this year. (PTI)

HBSE 12th result 2017: Girls have done better than boys in Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) class XII results, which were declared today, a PTI report said. In total 64.50 percent students have passed this year. As per the the news agency, this year’s result was better than 2016, which saw 62.40 percent students passing the exam. A spokesperson of the board said that 73.44 percent girls have passed the exams as compared to 57.58 per cent boys.

The spokesperson was also quoted in an official release as saying that fir the first time Aadhar number of students has been mentioned on their certificates.

“There are around 5,000 examinee whose Aadhaar numbers have not been updated as they have failed submit it. Though their results have been declared on the Board’s website, keeping in view the interest of the students, but their certificates would not be issued without the Aadhaar number”, he was quoted as saying by PTI.

“Therefore , students are required to give the Aadhaar number at the earliest, and only the school or the candidate will be responsible for any delay,” he said.

As many as 2,10,867 students took the class 12th examination this year, out of which 1,36,008 students passed. Around 42,245 students have got compartment and 30,966 students have failed, the spokesperson was quoted as saying by the agency.

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As per him, the pass percentage of government schools, was 65.57 per cent, while for government-aided schools the passing percentage was 66.38 per cent. In terms of passing percentage, private schools was behind government schools at 63.16 per cent.

In rural areas, pass percentage of students was 66.92 per cent, while in urban areas it was 60.26, PTI said further.

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