HBSE 10th result 2016: Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) declared the results of Class 10th exam on its official website bseh.org.in/home and indiaresults.com on Sunday. More than 51 per cent of students failed in the Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE) examination, that was conducted in March 2016.
A total of 3,17,507 students appeared for the HBSE 10th exams 2016. Only 48.88 per cent among them have passed. Girls have once again outshined boys. The passing percentage of female candidates is 52.62 per cent, whereas, among the male students, only 45.71 per cent succeeded in clearing the exams.
Sonipat district recorded the highest pass percentage at 69.84 per cent, Faridabad recorded the lowest at 34.47 per cent. At 48.8 pass percentage, this year’s result is a slight improvement from last year’s result of 45.8 per cent. Apart from Faridabad, the other worst-performing districts include Yamunanagar with pass percentage of 37.49 per cent, Karnal with 37.68 per cent and Panchkula with 39.33 percent. In fact, Karnal and Faridabad witnessed a decline in the pass percentage compared to last year. It must be noted that Faridabad was at the bottom in HBSE 12th result 2016 as well with a pass percentage of 43.91 percent. Interestingly, the rural candidates have scored better than their urban counterparts. 50.21 per cent of the students who appeared from villages have passed the examination, whereas, only 47 per cent of the city students succeeded in clearing the exams.
Here we are providing the details from HBSE 10th Result 2015 for noting the improvement in pass percentage:
Result Date: 6th May, 2015
Total number of candidates-3,14,835
Total number of pass candidates- 1,29,953
Overall pass percentage-41.28%
Pass percentage for girl students-44.62%
Pass percentage for boy students-38.44%
Pass percentage in govt schools- 30.32%
Pass percentage in private schools- 53.61%
Best performing district Mahendragarh- 60.65%
Worst performing district Mewat – 25.46%
Few districts performed better than last time. Mewat recorded a pass percentage of 49.33 per cent, up from 25.46 per cent last year. In Jhajjar, the pass percentage recorded is 61.63 percent. The performance of private schools in the state was better than that of the government schools. The pass percentage of government schools was 42.25 per cent, government-aided schools 55.92 per cent, and of private schools 50.99 per cent. Students of schools in rural areas witnessed pass percentage of 50.38 per cent while those in the urban areas recorded 45.30 per cent pass percentage.
After the announcement of HBSE 10th result 2016 Haryana govt said that the school results are witnessing a gradual improvement. On the basis of the result, private candidates may submit their online applications for the Senior Secondary September-2016 exam between May 25 and June 13.
Note: Those who want to get their answersheets re-checked or re-evaluated for HBSE 10th exam 2016 could apply online within 20 days of declaration of the HBSE 10th result 2016.