Haryana Open School results Updated: Haryana Board of School Education has released the Haryana State Open School’s Class 10 results 2017, HBSE Class 12 results 2017 on December 6. Now the result is available at the official website – bseh.org.in and indisresults.com. To check Haryana Open School results, students should go to official website bseh.org or indiaresults.com. Click on HOS Secondary Examination Result link. You will be directed to a new page. Enter class 10 exam registration details or class 12 registration details. After submitting the form, the result will be displayed . Download it for future references
Haryana Board of School Education is a nodal agency to conduct Class 10 and Class 12 examinations in the state. In an earlier announced results, in Class 12 result, 64.5 per cent students have passed, continuing the trends, girls have outshone boys in the performance. This year’s results percentage is slightly better than the last year’s 62.40 per cent. According to reports, a total of 73.44 per cent girl students qualified for higher education as compared to 57.58 per cent boys, a spokesman of the Board.
Live Updates: Haryana Open School results: HBSE Class 10 results 2017, HBSE Class 12 results 2017 declared at bseh.org.in
In March exams, about 3,88,205 students had appeared for the class 10th examination this year. Of this, 1,43,676 are girls and the rest 1,75,166 are boys. In 2016, about 3.17 lakh students appeared for the class 10th examination. The girls performed better with a pass percentage of 52.62 percent while the pass percentage for boys was 45.71 percent. The exam was conducted on March 7 across 1618 centres.
The Board of School Education Haryana, Bhiwani came into existence in 1969 as per Haryana Act No. 11 of 1969 with its head-quarters at Chandigarh later shifted to Bhiwani in January 1981. The Board started with a staff of 100 officials allocated from Punjab University, Chandigarh and conducted the first examination of matriculation level (10th Class) in 1970.The mission of the board is to prescribe relevant syllabus and textbooks.