Up to date: June 9, 2020 8:56:20 pm
HPBOSE Himachal 10th end result 2020: The results of class 10 board exams is particular for Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (HPBOSE) this yr as, regardless of lockdown, the result’s introduced but in addition, the board has lastly improved its end result after going through a downward pattern after 2016. There’s a important rise of seven.32 share factors within the variety of college students clearing the examination this yr as in comparison with final yr.
As per the information shared by the board, of over 1.04 lakh college students who appeared for the examination, 70,571 college students – 68.11 per cent – managed to clear the examination. Additional, 5,617 college students should seem for the compartmental examination whereas relaxation have flunked. Final yr, 60.79 per cent of scholars had cleared the examination.
“A total of 1,04,323 students appeared for the examination, among whom 70,571 students passed and 5,617 students will have to appear for the compartment exam,” mentioned Dr Suresh Kumar Soni, chairperson of the board. He mentioned 27,197 college students failed the examination.
Topper of 2020, 2019 have similar marks
The marks obtained by topper stay the identical as final yr – 98.71 per cent. Kangra-girl Tanu Kumari has topped the examination this yr, adopted carefully by Kshitiz Sharma from Hamirpur with 98.56 per cent. In 2019, Atharv Thakur had topped the HPBOSE class 10th examination with 691 marks (98.71 per cent). In 2018, two college students -Sonam and Rahul – collectively secured the primary rank with 98.42 per cent marks.
Amongst common class college students, the move share was 71.56 per cent, whereas it’s 62.59 per cent and 63.88 per cent for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe class college students, respectively.
Women rating higher than boys
Maintaining final yar’s custom, this yr too, ladies have topped Himachal Board class 10 end result. The move share of females was higher than that of male college students as 64.94 per cent boys and 71.5 per cent ladies have handed the examination respectively. The highest-scoring pupil can also be feminine. Additional, 23 of the 37 college students within the high 10 advantage checklist are ladies. As many as 37 college students have secured high 10 ranks with many college students securing the identical marks.
Faculty-wise end result
The 16-year-old Tanu, the topper, is a pupil of Ishan Public Senior Secondary Faculty, Har (Samloti). Kshitiz Sharma, a resident of Lambloo village in Hamirpur and pupil of New Gurukul Public Faculty in Gopal Nagar, ranked second by securing 98.57 per cent marks. The third place was shared by three college students who scored 98.43 % marks – Vansh Gupta from Bilaspur, Shagun Rana from Bhera Banjar in Kangra, and Anisha Sharma from Pantehra in Bilaspur.
District-wise end result
District-wise, eight college students every from Bilaspur and Kangra made it to the advantage checklist, adopted by 4 college students from Mandi, three every from Sirmaur, Shimla, Chamba and Una, two from Hamirpur and one from Solan. No pupil from Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti made it to the checklist.
End in 17 days
The board claims to have accomplished the analysis course of inside 17 days by working from Could 12 to Could 29 throughout 45 distribution and assortment centres for reply booklets. The analysis course of was carried from residence in as a one-time measure to make sure social distancing and security of evaluators.
For the examination, the board had set-up 2033 examination centres. Regardless of tight safety measures, 87 instances of UMS have been registered from common and 165 instances from open colleges. The end result for these college students won’t be declared, as per board.
— With inputs from ENS
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