Goa Board HSSC results 2017 declared! 87.67% is the overall pass percentage

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Goa HSSC

The Goa Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) has finally released the results for Goa HSSC exams at 10:30 AM. The exams were held from 1-21 March. The board took less than 2 months to publish the Goa HSSC exam result 2017.

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16,901 candidates have written their Goa HSSC exams this year, including 8739 girls and 8162 boys. The total number of candidates in Arts stream was 3744, in Science, 5216, for Vocational courses, 2802 and for Commerce stream, 5139. The results for Goa HSSC exam was declared for 16,883 students today.



The total number of candidates who passed the Goa HSSC exam 2017 is 14,802 and the number of candidates who failed is 2064. The overall pass percentage is 87.67% this year.

Category

No. of students registered

No. of students appeared

No. of students passed

No. of students failed

16,901

16,883

14,802

2064

 The distribution of passing certificates cum statement of Grades/Marks of HSSC Examination will be done tomorrow, i.e. 28 April, from 9:30 Am to 1 PM.

Students who are yet to check the Goa Board HSSC results, students can visit the examresults.net website. The basic steps to check Goa Board HSSC results 2017 are -

  1. Log onto the examresults.net website
  2. Type the desired state name, for example, examresults.net/goa
  3. Look for the link which says Goa HSSC result 2017 or Goa Board 12th result 2017
  4. Click on the link and fill up all the details to get your Goa Board 12th result
  5. Alternatively, you can also check your result through SMS RESULT <space> GOA12 <space> ROLLNO - Send it to 56263

 



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