Haryana Board 10th Result 2016 will be available in 1st Week of May:
Haryana came into existence on 1st November 1966 when it was carved out of East Punjab on linguistic basis, in terms of area, Haryana ranks 21st in the total 29 states of India and the population being 25 million which is the eighteenth largest in India. The per capita income of Haryana that is $1,800 in 2012 making it the second wealthiest state in India. There are 21 districts in Haryana. The state is dominated by Industries and Agriculture. It is enclosed between the state of Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The literacy rate of Haryana is 76.6% and hence, the Haryana Board was set up to increase the literacy and employment. The Haryana Board is also known as The Board of School Education Haryana.
About Board of School Education Haryana:
The Board of School Education Haryana came into existence in 1969. From 1976, the state started conducting middle exams to improve literacy and educational standards among middle level. The strength of officials at Haryana Board is 650 which handle examinations of more than 1 million candidates and aims to improve the educational standards. The Board has introduced various innovations and facets and with the usage of Information technology, the board has turned savvy. The 10+2 pattern was introduced in 1976 with vocational 10+2 pattern introduction in 1990. The Board has adopted semester system from 2006 which made it the first board to adopt the practice is India. After semester system, Haryana Board was the first board to introduce relative grading for board classes. The Board is responsible for designing the policies and syllabus of each class for all its affiliated schools.
Haryana Board 10th Results 2016:
The secondary board exams or the 10th class results forms the basis of foundation for the students who aspire to pursue their aims and goals. Hence, the candidates as well as their parents might be nervous and might panic when the results go online on the official portal of Haryana Board. Hence, they are required to follow these simple steps to view the results without any issue.
Instructions to check Haryana Board 10th Results 2016:
- First of all, the candidate is required to go on the official website of Haryana Board that is www.bseh.org.in
- They will have to navigate through the website and search for Haryana Board 10th Results 2016 and click on the given link.
- Then the candidates will be asked their Roll Number or Name which they will have to enter in order to retrieve their results.
- Once the candidate has entered required data, they can click “Submit” from where they will be redirected to the results.
The HBSE 10th Results 2016 will be declared by the Haryana Board in the first week of May 2016. The information regarding the results will be available on the official website of the Board which is www.bseh.org.in. The official date will be declared soon. Best of luck for the results.
Board of School Education Haryana (HBSE) 10th Result 2016:
The Haryana Board undertook examination for secondary boards classes that is 10th standard in March 2016. The results of HBSE 10th standard are expected in the first week of May 2016 on its official portal. After numerous speculations and rumours about the final date, the HBSE made an official announcement regarding the expected data of results, however, the candidates who gave their exams this year will have to wait for few days for official date of HBSE 10th Result 2016. The Exams are conducted by the Haryana Board of Secondary Education in March similar to every other state in India. There has been a drastic increase in the number of candidates giving the exams.
Statistics So far –
An incline in the overall success rate has been reported which means the candidates waiting for their results this year will don’t have to worry of the scores as each year, the success rate has been increasing according to the statistics provided by the Haryana Board.
|Year||Overall Passed %||Boys %||Girls %|
As per the trend followed in few years in past, the expected cut off for the success rate of passed students this year is overall 97% of the total candidates who attempted exams this year. The bifurcation of expected pass student percentage is 95% for boys and 94% for girls. It is also reported that the number of girls passing the secondary board exams has always been greater than that of boys and this year too, the trend seems to be followed.