Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, popularly known as GSEB will declare Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 Result 2017 today at 8 am. Now the Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 Result 2017 is available online at gseb.org.
In addition, the students can check their Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 Result 2017 online at indiaresults.com, examresults.net. Few other websites may also provide the results online. Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 exams 2017 were conducted in the month of March 2017. According to reports, over 11 lakh students have appeared in this exams.
This year, a total of 8374 students have scored above 99 percent in the Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 examination this year and in totality 84,608 students have scored above 90 percent. Overall a total of 68.24% students passed this year’s Gujarat SSC examination.
Follow the following steps to check Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 exams 2017
- Got to GSEB official website – gseb.org or to any other website like indiaresults.com
- Click on SSC Results 2017 or SSC Results Booklet which will be available at 8 am.
- Enter your Roll Number and click on submit button.
- Your Gujarat Board GSEB SSC Class 10 Result 2017 will be displayed.
- You can download or save results digitally for future reference.
Education Department, Government of Gujarat looks after education including primary education, continuous education, literacy education, secondary education, higher education, technical education, pharmacy education in the state. Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board is an autonomous board under Education Department.
It is responsible for determining the policy, administrative, cognitive, and intellectual direction of the state’s higher educational system. The prime job of the Board conducting examinations and promoting education and research in the state.
The Board was formed in 1960. It conducts state level exam. The major academic task of GSEB is to prepare syllabus for secondary schools and also the recommendation of text-books to be taught in government schools. The Board also recognise new schools, evaluate them and conduct inspections of various schools associated with the Board.