Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education: Results of Class 8 and Class 10

Posted June 09, 2017

Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) has already announced results for all streams of class 12. The result is out. Soon after the official declaration of UP Board Result 2017, students will be able to find their grades and marks for UP 10th Result 2017 and UP Board 12th Result 2017 online on up10.jagranjosh.com / up12.jagranjosh.com.

In the largest board exam held in the country, around 34.04 lakh students appeared for Class 10th (High School) exams and 26.24 lakh for Class 12th (Inter) board exams.

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Fill up you roll no. and other details in the provided space to get your 10th exam board result 2017. The total number of students, meanwhile, rose-from 10,51,105 in 2016 to 10,72,799 in 2017. Students can check their name-wise, number-wise, school-wise results.

The Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh, aka Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP), was set up by an act of United Provinces Legislative Council, in the year 1921 at Allahabad.

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Candidates may follow the below steps while checking Rajasthan Board class 10th result. There are many state level educational boards all across the state and each of the state board is responsible to organize 10 board exams for the eligible students of the state.

Boys again did better than their counterparts, with their pass percentage rising from 76.02% past year to 79.01% this time around.

Students can also check their results on UPRESULTS.NIC.IN. We will update you, whenever the results came out.

Results of RBSE 10th class will be announced shortly on RBSE official page, rajresults.nic.in.

What also likely caused a delay was a Delhi High Court ruling asking the CBSE Board to reinstate the controversial "marks moderation policy".