Goa Board Results 2018: The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) has declared the GBSHSE Goa Board Class 12th Result 2018 today at 10 AM. After the official declaration of the results, the scorecards were made available on the website of Goa Board i.e. gbshse.gov.in. The GBSHSE Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education conducted the Goa Board Class 12th exams 2018 from 5 March - 26 March. The candidates can also check the results on goa12.jagranjosh.com.
Here is the revised statistics
Pass Percentage: 84.60%
Number of Students Appeared: 18499
Number of Students Passed: 15472
Number of Students Failed: 2882
Number of Girls: 9667
Number of Boys: 8832
Number of Arts Students: 4321
Number of Commerce Students: 5595
Number of Science Students: 5728
Number of Vocational Students: 2855
The Goa Board exams for Class 12 students began on March 5 and ended on March 26 this year. The exams for vocational stream students were conducted from March 6 to March 17, 2018. In 2017, the Goa HSSC Exam Results were announced in April. Previously, around 40 thousand students sat for the HSSC and SSC exams held by the GBSHSE Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in 2017. Last year, out of total 16,521 students who had appeared for the exam, 14,666 cleared it and only 2,064 had failed. The pass percentage was 89 per cent. As per the GBSHSE, the stream-wise passing percentage last year was: 88.12 per cent for Science, 87.53 per cent for Arts, 96.70 per cent for Commerce and 88.15 per cent for Vocational. As many as 8,739 girls and 8,162 boys had appeared for the exams which were conducted from March 1, 2017 and ended on March 22.
We here at Jagran Josh understand the amount of pressure and fear candidates undergo during result hours, hence we have kept the result checking process extremely easy and simple. First of all click on the goa12.jagranjosh.com or go to the top of the page then enter the details i.e. roll number, mobile number etc. After submitting all required details click on the button at the end of the form to submit the details. The candidates must note that the board will not issue the original mark sheet soon after the declaration of the results. Therefore, we request the students to save the PDF format of the scorecard and take some photocopies of the same for future references.
The Class 12 exam was held across 16 centres and started at 10 am each day. The Goa Board implemented measures this year with not allowing candidates enter exam hall who arrive more than half-an-hour late after the exam started.