Punjab Board (PSEB) 12th Results, Punjab Board 2022 LIVE Updates: After deferring the results tomorrow, the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), Mohali declared the Punjab Board class 12 results today, June 28. The pass percentage has dropped from last year, however, it is still one of the best results for PSEB in which 96.96% students have cleared the exam. Gender-wise, girls have performed better than boys. This year, 10 Read More
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Punjab Board has announced results, however, the results will be activated at pseb.ac.in tomorrow, June 29 at 10 am. The Punjab Board had earlier said it will declare results on June 27 which was deferred to be announced today, June 29 and now mark sheets will be available online at pseb.ac.in. To get hard copy of marksheets students will have to pay Rs 800.
Punjab Board has conducted two board exams this year. The term 1 and term 2 written exams have been given 40% weightage each and 20% weightage has been given to internal assessments. The final result is declared after combining both terms. PSEB has become the first among educational boards which held two board exams this year to announce final results.
Minutes after declaring the results, the official website of Punjab Board – pseb.ac.in has crashed. Some students claim that the website is not loading while for others its too low.
The Punjab Board has declared the class 12 results today. Not only have the girls obtained a higher pass percentage but the top 3 ranks have been secured by girls. The top three rankers have obtained 497 marks out of 500 marks. All three rank holders have obtained the same marks, however, as per the tie-breaker formula, students have been given different ranks based on age.
First – Arshdeep Kaur 497/500 marks
Second – Arshpreet Kaur 497/500 marks
Third – Kulwinder Kaur 497/500 marks
Punjab Board declared one of the best results despite the pandemic. The pass percentage has dropped by a 1.51 percentage point when compared to last year. Overall, including all three streams, 96.96% of students have passed this year.
Punjab Board class 12 board exams results declared. These are the first written exams after two years. The last two years’ exams could not be held due to the pandemic. This year, as many as 3,01,725 students took exams of which 292520 pass.
The stage has been set and officials are awaited at the Punjab Board headquarters in Mohali. The result has been deferred before twice and now the officials are yet to show up at the result declaratio time.
Punjab Board 12th results are being declared. The stage has been set and the press conference has begun. PSEB secretary will be announcing the results within a few minutes. Official time of declaration is 3:15 PM.
Punjab has dedicated about 9% of the state’s total budget for schools, about Rs 13,991 crore. This was the AAP government’s first budget for Punjab. Emphasis was given to education with several schemes including schools of eminence, and young entrepreneurs program among others being proposed by the government.
Within a few minutes, PSEB will announce the merit list as well. The merit list includes names of toppers with their marks will be released today. Last year, since exams could not be held, the results were declared on alternative assessment and the merit list was not issued.
When: Punjab Board will declare the results today, June 28. The results are being announced after being postponed twice. On June 27th as well, PSEB had at the last minute deferred the results claiming a technical error. Now, mark sheets can be downloaded after 3:15 PM.
Websites: Since its an online result, it is critical that students have the right resources. Students can check results at pseb.ac.in or examresult.nic.in.
Passing Marks: Only those students who obtain at least 33 per cent marks in every subject as well as overall will be considered to have passed the Punjab Board 12th results.
The opposition party has asked the Punjab Board to return the Rs 94 crore obtained from students for their 2021 exams which were later canceled. The Board had justified by saying that they had made all arrangements including publishing of question paper etc.
Usually, print-out of the online results act as mark sheets and Boards release official mark sheets later, however, now Punjab Board has asked students to pay Rs 800 if they wish to obtain the hardcopy of their results / marksheet else can continue to use the print-out verson. The move has been widely citicized and Board later issued statement saying obtaining hardcopy is not mandatory.
After clearing class 12, students can apply at top colleges across India. Here is the list of top institutes in India based on NIRF 2021
Rank 1: IIT Madras
Rank 2: IISc Bengaluru
Rank 3: IIT Bombay
Rank 4: IIT Delhi
Rank 5: IIT Kanpur
Rank 6: IIT Kharagpur
Rank 7: IIT Roorkee
Rank 8: IIT Guwahati
Rank 9: JNU
Rank 10: BHU
Rank 11: Calcutta University
Rank 12: Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
Rank 13: Jamia Millia Islamia
Rank 14: Jadavpur University
Rank 15: Manipal Academy of Higher Education
Rank 16: Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad
Rank 17: University of Hyderabad
Rank 18: Aligarh Muslim University
Rank 19: University of Delhi
Rank 20: Savitribai Phule Pune University
Rank 21: Vellore Institute of Technology
Rank 22: Bharathiar University
Rank 23: Rank 23: National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli
Rank 24: Indian Institute of Science Education & Research Pune
Rank 25: Anna University
Rank 26: Indian Institute of Technology (Indian School of Mines)
Rank 27: Institute of Chemical Technology
Rank 28: Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University) Varanasi
Rank 29: Birla Institute of Technology & Science -Pilani
Rank 30: IIT Indore
Punjab Board has announced class 5 and class 8 results already. Now, class 10 results wee expected first, however, since several states have started admissions for state-based colleges, PSEB is announcing 12th results first to ensure no student is at a disadvantageous spot.
Students who could not obtain the minimum marks enough to pass the exams still have multiple options. Those who fail in one or two subjects will have to take the compartment exams. On clearing compartment exams students will be considered as pass. Students who fail in all subjects, however, will have to repeat a year.
Over 3 lakh students will be checking their results today, however, not everyone will be declared as pass. Only those students who have obtained at least 33 per cent marks will be declared as passed.
Punjab Board will release the result for all streams including science, commerce, arts, and vocational courses today, June 28. The Board had earlier said that it will release results on June 27, however, results were postponed at the last moment.
The Punjab Board 12th result was announced based on a new assessment fourmula where marks of class 10 and 11, as well as class 12 internals, were included to calculate the final score. The PSEB obtained its highest pass percentage of 96.48% in 2021.
Stream-wise, vocational courses followed by humanities were the best performers. In commerce, as many as 94.87% of students passed while in humanities the pass percentage was 97.10%. In science, 94% passed while in vocational as many as 98.51% of students who took the exam passed.
Students can now check their marks online at pseb.ac.in as well as at indiaresults.com. This year, Punjab Board conducted two board exams. The result of term 1 has been declared and term 2 will be announced today. PSEB will become the first among boards which held 2 term exams to announce results.
Punjab Board has not revealed the formula based on which the class 10 and class 12 results will be out. This is the first time that PSEB has held exams twice in a year. Even though the term 1 results are announced the pass percentage etc are not out for PSEB yet. The final result will have the pass percentage and other related stats out. The final formula on which the result will be created is not yet announced.
The pass percentage of the Punjab Board is likely to decline. Last year, board exams were not held and PSEB announced results based on last year’s marks and internal assessments. Based on alternative assessments, PSEB obtained the highest-ever pass percentage of 96.48%. This is expected to see a drop today as now the results are being announced based on not 1 but 2 exams. In 2021, as many as 92.77% of students, and in 2019 as many as 86.41% of students passed the exam.
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