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GBSHSE Goa SSC Class 10 Results 2017: Goa SSC Class 10 results to be declared at gbshse.gov.in soon; Check here

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The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE), Porvorim will declare the GBSHSE Goa SSC Class 10 Results 2017 at gbshse.gov.in

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GBSHSE Goa SSC Class 10 2017: The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE), Porvorim has declared the Goa Secondary School Certificate (Goa SSC) or class 10th examination results on May 25 at 11 am on its official website at gbshse.gov.in. Now the students can check their score card at the official website of the board – gbshse.gov.in.

Earlier board has said, “Results of S.S.C. March 2017 Examination conducted by Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Porvorim will be declared on Thursday 25th May 2017 at 11.00 a.m.”

This year the Goa board conducted the Goa SSC examination between April 1 to April 21. In addition to official website, the results will also be made available at following websites: indiaresults.com, goa12.knowyourresult.com among other to ensure students do not face any difficulty in accessing their .

The results will also be made available on SMS, IVRs and USSD. Following are the instructions that a student needs to follow to get the GBSHSE Goa SSC Class 10 Results 2017 via SMS/ IVRS/ USSD.

  • GOA10SEAT NUMBER – Send it to 56263
  • GOA10SEAT NUMBER – Send it to 58888
  • GOA10SEAT NUMBER – Send it to 5676750
  • GB10SEAT NUMBER – Send it to 54242
  • 58888 (58888xxx multi-modals)
  • *588# (*588# multi-modals)

According to reports, a total of 19358 students appeared for the SSC examination in 2017 across 27 centres in the state out of which 9828 were girls and 9530 were boys.

  • Go to gbshse.gov.in.
  • Click on ‘GBSHSE Class 10th Results 2017' on homepage.
  • Enter your roll number and other details.
  • After submit, the results will be displayed.
  • Get a print and save your score card digitally for future access.

Also Read: Bihar Board Results 2017: BSEB Class 12 inter results 2017, BSEB Class 10 matric results 2017 to be declared at bihar.indiaresults.com

The board said that the distribution of passing certificate cum statement of Grade/Marks of S.S.C Examination to the schools will be done on May 27, 2017 at 10.00  a.m to 01.00 p.m. as per the following table.

Sr.

No.

School falling in Talukas Centres for collection  of results by schools
1. Mormugao St.Andrew's Institute, Vasco
2. Canacona, Salcete Loyola High School, Margao
3. Kepem, Sanguem S.E.S. High School, Curchorem
4. Ponda, Dharbandora A.J.De Almeida High School,Ponda
5. Tiswadi Progress  High School, Panaji
6. Bardez, Pernem Dnyanprasarak  Vidayalaya, Mapusa
7. Bicholim, Satteri Progress High School, Sankhali

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