Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 Result 2017

Lydia Fleming
May 30, 2017

Gujarat Secondary And Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) released Gujarat SSC 10th Class examinations on their official website gseb.org. Students who appeared for the examination can check their results online in the board's official website. Students can check GSEB Results from the direct link provided below.

Students can check their GSEB Class 10 Result 2017 for Science Stream on Jagran Josh. According to the reports, around 11 Lakh candidates appeared for the examinations this year. Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 exams 2017 were conducted in the month of March 2017. Take note of the pointers mentioned below and faint already because Gujarat Board declaring their Class 10th Board exams results of 2017 is carving a niche for itself in the country.

GSEB SSC result 2017 for fresher and repeater students will be declared at gseb.org at 8 am on 29 May.

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Gujarat Secondary And Higher Secondary Education Board was founded on 1st May 1960.

Past year the pass percentage was 67.06. This exam is said to be the turning point in terms of academics for every student appearing for the exam. The result is available on the board's official website and students who appeared for the exam would need their seat number to check the result.

We will update Gujarat Board SS Pass Percentage here after the declaration of results. Now, this year it may be expected that the overall pass percentage of students will be around 92%. The results will also be announced for SSC Sanskrit. The board will also release the official result booklet shortly.

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