Students can check their marksheets at pseb.ac.in In case a student is facing trouble in downloading the marksheet online or does not have an internet connection. They can also check their detailed marks via SMS. Students need to type PB10 <roll number> and send to 5676750. For example, if a student’s roll number is 12345 they need to send PB10 12345 to 5676750 and they will get detailed marks in form of SMS.
To check result on website, students can follow these steps –
Step 1: Visit the official website, pseb.ac.in
Step 2: Click on the result link under ‘whats new’
Step 3: Log-in using crednetials
Step 4: Detailed mark sheets will be available
PSEB 8th, 10th Result 2021: What to Check in Marksheet
After downloading the marksheet, students need to verify their names, subjects, school name, roll number among other details. Students need to check the spelling of their names carefully. In case of any error in the marksheet, students need to get in touch with the Punjab Board authorities at the earliest.
Unlike classes 8 and 10, Punjab Board has decided to go ahead with the class 12 exams. As of now the exams have been postponed and will be held at a more conducive time when the COVID-19 wave is relaxed. However, there is strong demand among students, parents, and academicians to not hold physical exams. This demand is the same regardless of boards or states.
To pass class 8, and class 10 exams, students need to obtain at least 33 per cent marks in each subject as well as aggregate barring Punjabi and Punjab history and culture subjects in which passing marks are 25.
PSEB 8th, 10th Result 2021: Not Happy with Result? Here’s What to do
This year, the result is being announced on the basis of internal assessment because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Schools had to assess students based on their year-long performance. Despite schools assessing their own students, the pass percentage is not 100 per cent. This implies every student has not been promoted to the next class. Subject-wise and total marks will be mentioned in the marksheets.
In case a student is not satisfied with the marks obtained by them, they can apply to appear for a written exam at a later stage. Class 8 can write to email@example.com and class 10 students can write to matricsecrecy.pseb.punjab.gov.in.
Punjab has become the second state to release the result of state board exams. Bihar had become the first this year as it has been for the past two years as well. Punjab Board conducts Board exams for classes 5, 8, 10, and 12. While the result of classes 8 and 10 has been declared, that of class 5 is not out yet. Further, the board is yet to decide regarding the class 12 boards.
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