Goa Board SSC results published on gbshse.in; how to download mark sheet

Goa Board SSC results published on gbshse.in; how to download mark sheet

The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) has announced the SSC (class 10th) results in 2024. Students who have appeared for this year’s class 10th exams can now view and download their mark sheet from gbshse.in.

The class 10th exam was held from April 1 to April 24, 2024. Around 19,557 students appeared for the Goa Board exams this year. Out of these students, 9,814 are girls and 9,743 are boys. 92.4% of students passed the SSC exams successfully. Girls outperformed the boys by achieving a pass rate of 92.9%, while boys had a pass rate of 91.8%.

Goa Board SSC mark sheet download procedure

Navigate to the official exam result portals, namely gbshse. in.

On the homepage, click the link for “Goa SSC Result 2024”

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Fill in your registration details and click on the submit button.

After submission of relevant details, your results will be displayed on screen.

You can download the mark sheet for future reference.

Students are advised to go over the details on their marksheet and check its accuracy.

Students must check their name, batch year, name of the school, name of the board, total marks and grade, roll number, and roll code to make sure they are error-free.

Students dissatisfied with their results can apply for revaluation of their answer sheets.

Goa Board Class 10th previous year statistics

In 2023, the overall pass rate was 96.64%.

In terms of gender, 96.3% of male candidates and 96.9% of female candidates cleared the Goa Board SSC exams, in 2023.

The previous year, schools like  Sanjay Centre for Special Education, St Xavier’s Academy, and two Lokvishwas Pratishthan schools made an outstanding record of achieving a 100% pass percentage.

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Pernem Taluka achieved the highest pass rate of 98.8%. On the other hand, Mormugao had the lowest pass percentage of 95.1%.

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