GSEB SSC supplementary result 2020 announced, only 8% cleared – Times of India


NEW DELHI: Gujarat State Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) on Friday announced the supplementary exam results.

The SSC Supplementary result has not been announced online (gseb.org). The candidates who appeared for the supplementary exam are required to visit the district centers for collecting their result.

The GSEB SSC Supplementary examinations were conducted from August 25 to August 28, 2020. Around 1,32,032 candidates registered for the GSEB SSC Supplementary exams. Out of 1,08,869 (appeared) candidates only 8890 cleared the exam with pass percentage only 08.17%.

Category Registered Appeared Passed Pass %
Boys 74,874 64,801 5207 8.04%
Girls 57,158 44,068 3683 8.36%
Total 1,32,032 1,08,869 8890 8.17%

How to check GSEB Supplementary Results 2020

1) Visit the official website – gseb.org
2) Click on the link that reads Supplementary exam result 2020
3) Enter your roll number and date of birth to view your results
4) Download and save a copy for future reference

As many as 174 schools scored less than 0% results in the recently announced class X results by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB). The figure more than doubled from last year where around 63 schools ranked so low on the pass percentage list.

The reason behind this according to GSEB additional secretary Tushar Mehta is that most of these are schools in remote areas where the student enrolment is significantly low. “These schools only have a couple of students appearing for the boards and if they don’t perform, the schools result plummets. Other reason may also include lack of teachers,” says Mehta.

The number of schools securing less than 30% has doubled in one year. This year, there are 1,839 schools securing less than 30% pass result while in 2019, there were only 995 schools with 30% pass percent. Of the 10.83 lakh students who appeared for the class X exam, only 60.64% passed, the passing percentage last year was 66.97%.





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