PSEB 10th Result 2022 Declared At pseb.ac.in, Here’s How To Download Punjab Board Class 10 Scorecard

The PSEB 10th Result 2022 has been declared by the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). This year, 97.94% of students passed the Punjab board class 10 exam. The result for class 10 is available to download at the PSEB's official website, pseb.ac.in.

 
PSEB 10th Result 2022 Declared At pseb.ac.in

The top three positions have been secured by girls. Nancy Rani, a student from Ferozpur, topped the Punjab Board 10th exam, this year. The first and second rank holders had the same scores, but Nancy received the top spot because of her younger age and the tie-breaking formula.

A total of 3,11,545 students registered for the Class 10 exam, 126 of whom failed, and 3,08,627 of whom passed the exam. The Board withheld the results of 317 students, and 2,475 students will need to reappear for the exam. Candidates can check the steps to download PSEB 10th Result 2022 and the direct link below.

PSEB 10th Result 2022

Exam Punjab Board Class 10 Exam 2022
Organiser Punjab School Education Board, PSEB
Exam Date April 24 to May 19, 2022
Result Date July 05, 2022
Official Website pseb.ac.in

PSEB 10th Result 2022: How To Download

Step 1: Go to pseb.ac.in, which is the official website.

Step 2: Select the "Results" tab on the homepage.

Step 3: Click on the link that reads, "Matriculation Examination Result April 2022."

Step 4: Enter your credentials such as the roll number or name and click "Find Results."

Step 5: The PSEB 10th Result will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Take a printout of the result after downloading it.

Click here to download the PSEB 10th Result 2022

Meanwhile, between April 24 and May 19, 2022, the Punjab board class 10 term-II exams were held in an offline pen and paper format while adhering to all COVID-19 regulations set by the Indian government.

PSEB 10th Result 2022 Declared At pseb.ac.in

To pass the class 10 board exam, students must receive at least 20% in both the theory and practical parts of the exam. The syllabus and the academic schedule for this year were split into two sections. The average of the two terms will therefore be used to calculate the final score. In 2021, girls outperformed boys, with an overall passing percentage of 99.93% as recorded by the PSEB.

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