According to the board policy, in order to clear the examination a student would require to score at least D in each subject. In case he/she get E in any subject then they need to appear for the supplementary examinations. These students will be allowed to take the re-test which will be held in July.
Gujarat Board Class 10 result: Drastic reduction in 90% scorers
The date for the supplementary examinations will be announced at the time of declaration of the result.
GSEB had recently announced results for class XII science students.
This year around 10.83 lakh students appeared for the examination. The GSEB Class 10th exams got over just before the implementation of the nationwide lockdown by the govt of India to contain the Covid-19 outbreak. The first phase of nationwide lockdown was forced on March 25, 2020.
Last year result saw a dip of around 0.53% as compared to 2018. Around 67% students had cleared the exam in 2019. The English medium students posted a much higher pass out percentage than their counter parts. A total of 23.53% more students cleared their examination from English Medium as compared to Gujarati Medium students.
The Gujarat Board had started the paper evaluation work during the Lockdown period but later, on government’s directions, the Board stopped the paper checking work and only resumed it from April 26. The Board deputed around 15000 teachers on paper checking/evaluation work. The result was this year about 15 days late due to Pandemic. The officials said that the result will be declared online.
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