Punjab Board Result 2018: The students who are waiting for the PSEB Class 12th Results (Senior Secondary (10+2) Exam Provisional Result March 2018), we have some good news for you. The Punjab Board has officially announced the PSEB results today. Now, the PSEB Class 12 Result scorecards are available on the board’s website i.e. pseb.ac.in. The candidates can check the results by entering all the required details. Earlier, there was some confusion regarding the declaration time of the PSEB 12th Result.
Last year, a total number of 3,14,815 students had appeared for the examinations, out of which 1,96,321 students managed to pass the examinations. Around 72.59 per cent of girls were successful while only 54.42 per cent of boys were successful. Amisha Arora of RS Model Senior Secondary School in Ludhiana managed to score 98.44 per cent in the PSEB SSE Class 12th Exams and bagged the first rank. Prabhjot Joshi also bagged the second rank with a 98.22 per cent and Ria of Tagore School, Gurdaspur, was third in the state with 98 per cent marks.
The PSEB Class 10th Examinations 2018 were held from March 12th 2018 to March 31st 2018 and PSEB or Punjab Board Class 12th Examinations 2018 from February 28th 2018 to March 24th 2018. After the formal declaration of the result, the students can check their PSEB Class 12 2018 Results online on the official website. With lakhs of students checking the results simultaneously, there might be some technical glitches on the official website. During these hours we request all the students not to panic and wait for the official website to resume. To check the result of Punjab Board 2018 Class 12th Examinations, the students have to visit the official website, i.e. pseb.ac.in. In the notification bar, you'll find the 'Result 201'’ link. Click on the link and log in to your account. The result will appear on the screen, once you hit the submit button. After that, download the result and take a print out. This online mark sheet can be used for future references, until the original mark sheet comes.
The Punjab School Education Board was granted autonomous status in the year 1987 through an amendment passed by the state Legislative Assembly. The Punjab School Education Board regulatory authority in the state that drafts and implements education policies in the affiliated institutions in the state. Its functions include conducting board examinations at Secondary and Higher Secondary level, prescribing the syllabus and courses and textbooks.