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Check Gujarat Board (GSEB) HSC (12th) Results 2014 Commerce / Arts on gseb.org

May 31, 2014 06:52 IST

    Gujarat Secondary & Higher Secondary Education Board (www.gseb.org) will announce Gujarat Secondary Education Board(GSHSEB) HSC General Stream Result 2014 (www.gseb.org)  today i.e. 31 May 2014.

    Check GSEB HSC Result 2014 updates

    GSEB HSC Result 2014 updates can be checked on http://gujarat12.jagranjosh.com. Around 16 lakh candidates appeared for the Gujarat Board exams this year, out of which 9.75 Lakh  for SSC exam. 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.
    Note: Register on gujarat12.jagranjosh.com to get updates on Gujarat Board 12th (HSC) Result 2014 (GSEB HSC Result 2014) for Arts, Commerce and Science stream

    The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (www.gseb.org) conducts the main and supplementary public examinations every year in March and October, for SSC (Class 10) and HSC (Class 12). 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 HSC result. Main responsibility of the Gujarat board (GSEB) is to conduct examinations, academics and research & Development.
    Academic task of GSEB is to design the syllabus of the text books. Evaluation of the schools is also the responsibility of the board.

    The R&D division of the Gujarat Board (www.gseb.org) takes up research projects, and publishes research papers. GSEB (www.gseb.org) conducts training courses for inspecting officers and teachers and other functionaries in of Secondary Education. It publishes a monthly magazine named 'Madhyamik Shikshan & Parikshan', containing articles on various issues related to Secondary Education. This magazine is circulated among all the Schools in the State free of cost. also conducts Academic Panel inspections, to bring up the quality of schools identified as low-performing.

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