Check for Gujarat Board (GSEB) HSC Results 2015

Reports suggest that the Gujarat State Education Board (GSEB) is all set to release the Class 12 results early on 31st May at the official website

The results for the arts and commerce stream, while the science stream results were already announced earlier by the board.

While the science stream results were announced on the 22nd of this month, arts and commerce stream students have had an added week’s anxious wait before they can check their result.

The students can get the result from the GSEB official site once it is out by entering their hall ticket number and date of birth.

According to GSEB official, 16 lakh students appeared for the Gujarat Board examinations this year out of which 9.75 lakh were for the class 10 exams while the rest were for the class 12 exams.

While most states and boards across the country release the results of all the streams once, Gujarat seems to be an exception in this regard.

Students can head over to the official site as and when the results are declared to instantly find out their score.

The exams itself were conducted this year in the month of March and as always, girls are expected to outdo the boys in the overall pass percentage across the various streams.

Gujarat HSC Result 2015

Around 5.08 lakh students appeared for the arts and commerce streams related exams, while just 1.17 lakh appeared for HSC Science stream examinations. We wish all those awaiting their results the very best ahead of the big morning.

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