HBSE 12th Result 2020 Pass Percentage : Haryana Board of School Education (BSEH) declared the intermediate or class 12th results 2020 of all streams on their official website bseh.org.in. A total of 80.34% students have cleared the HBSE 12th exam 2020.
According to Hindustan Times, girls performed better than the boys in the Haryana board exam (HBSE) with a margin of 11.24%. While the success rate was 86.30% among girls, 75.06% boys passed the Class 12th examination.
Result and marksheet will be given through Digilocker application. Students should download the UMANG application or DigiLocker application to get their computerized marksheet. Around 3 lakh students are registered for the HBSE 12th arts exam. Students can check their results online at bseh.org.in and haryana.indiaresults.com.
This year, Haryana Board has arranged the results based on average marks of already conducted exams. A student must score at least 33% to clear the examination. According to hindusthan times, In the year 2019, 74.48% students had cleared the exam.
Haryana BSEH 12th examinations started on 3rd may this year and ended on 31st march, 2020. However, some of the exams were cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic.
How to check the BSEH Class 12 results on Official Website:
- Visit Haryana boards official website – bseh.org.in
- Click on the “Results (12th)” link
- Then a new page will be opened
- Just put your Roll No on the text field
- Then click on submit button.
- Your HBSE 12th Result will be appeared on screen.
- Just download the result and take a print for future reference.
Pass Criteria: All the students need to score at least 33% marks in each subject to clear the Haryana Board Class 12th examination. The students who fail in two subjects will have to appear for the supplementary or compartmental examination. However, those who could not score the minimum marks in more than two subjects will be declared as failed.
This year, Haryana Board of School Education (BSEH) have delayed 12th classes board exam results because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The board couldn’t finish the exams because of the lockdown forced in the nation to prevent the massive spread of coronavirus pandemic.