PSEB 10th result 2018 LIVE: DECLARED! Visit pseb.ac.in to check your class 10 or matric examination results that Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has released today.
PSEB 10th result 2018 LIVE Updates: The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has released the class 10 or matric examination results today at pseb.ac.in. Candidates who appeared for the examination that was conducted between March 12 and March 31 can visit the official website to check their scores as soon as the result link is activated by the board. It was earlier speculated that the board would announce the 10th results on May 9. However, the board has now said that ‘PSEB will announce Matric Result on 8th May.’ The Punjab class 10th board results will also be available on indiaresults.com and examresults.net.
Here are PSEB 10th result 2018 LIVE Updates-
10:18 AM: While the results for class 10th have been released today, the merit list for the same were declared yesterday.
10:00 AM: The Punjab Matriculation Examination results have been declared on the official website. Check yours now!
9:58 AM: Punjab board scores will be out today on the official website.
May 8th updates
4:25 PM: The class 12th Punjab board results were declared in the month of March.
4:05 PM: Out of the total number of students who had appeared for the exam, only 2.19 lakh students successfully qualified the class 10th exam, out of which 1.04 lakh girls passed the exam.
3:55 PM: Students can check their scores on the official website tomorrow. The merit list has been released today.
3:50 PM: According to Hindustan Times, a total of 59.47 per cent students have managed to pass the matric examination.
3:45 PM: Ludhiana’s Gurpreet Singh bags rank 1, emerges as topper with 98 per cent marks
3:40 PM: Matric examination merit list released at pseb.ac.in
3:15 PM: Around 406,200 students had appeared for this year’s PSEB Class 10 examination.
3:00 PM: Stay tuned as we bring you PSEB 10th result live updates. As of now, there is no update on what time the result will be declared. However, the class 10 results are expected to be declared out.
2:00 PM: Even though some students on the ‘borderline’ were given at least five grace marks due to the marks moderation policy, the pass percentage in mathematics slipped as compared to the last year’s numbers.
01:40 PM: The Class 12th results were declared by the Punjab School of Education Board (PSEB) last month. However, the subject-wise results were declared yesterday.
01:35 PM: The board will announce the result of Class 10 or matric exams, toppers’ name, district-wise performance and overall pass percentage today.
01:28 PM: This year, around 4.6 lakh students had appeared for the class 10th exams.
01:24 PM: The class 10th results will be declared today!
12: 52 PM: The Class 10th results were declared on May 23 last year and a total of 57.50 per cent students had passed the examination that year.
12:29 PM: Visit the official website in some time to check your results.
12:17 PM: Candidates visiting the official website of Punjab board need to note that the official website of the board is currently not working properly, this can be because of heavy traffic on the site.
12:13 PM: Students who had appeared for the class 12th vocational examinations can visit the official website of the same now to check their results.
12:11 PM: The board is likely to announce the class 10th results today so stay tuned for more updates.
12:05 PM: The Board has released the class 12th vocational exam results.
PSEB 10th result 2018: How to check matric scores-
Step 1: Visit the official website of PSEB at pseb.ac.in
Step 2: Now click on the link that says PSEB 10th result 2018
Step 3: Enter the required information
Step 4: Press enter
Step 5: Your result will be displayed on the screen, check the same and save it for later
More about Punjab School Education Board-
Established in November 1969, the Punjab School Education Board came into existence through a legislative enactment and was founded for the development and promotion of school education in the state of Punjab. In 1987, the Vidhan Sabha amended the Board’s Act to grant it autonomy.