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RBSE gears up to announce 12th science results by May 20
The result will be followed by Commerce, Arts, and finally the 10th examination results.
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) is set to be the first to declare the results of the 12th Science examination in 2023. The board aims to announce these results by May 20, potentially ending the anticipation of three lakh students. The Commerce results may be released alongside the Science results.
RBSE Administrator and Divisional Commissioner B.L. Mehra confirmed the announcement timeline, stating that the board would first release the 12th Science results, followed by Commerce, Arts, and finally the 10th examination results. Preparations for the announcements are underway.
As the examinations concluded, the board administration initiated the process of sending answer books to examiners. Centralized evaluation is being conducted in multiple districts, with examiners submitting marks online. The board is currently compiling these marks, with around 70% of the work completed. The board plans to initiate the edit process after May 15, following which the results will be released.
This year’s 12th examinations commenced on March 9 and concluded on April 12, while the Class 10 examinations took place between March 16 and April 11.
A total of 21,12,206 students registered for these examinations, with 10,31,072 students registered for the 12th Science, Commerce, and Arts examinations, and 10,68,383 students registered for the 10th examination.
In the 12th examination, 7,20,933 students registered for Arts, 2,80,010 for Science, and 29,045 for Commerce.
In 2022, the RBSE released the results for 12th Commerce and Science simultaneously, with a 96.53% pass rate in Science and 97.53% in Commerce.
The pass rates for 2021 were 99.73% for Commerce and 99.52% for Science, while in 2020, they were 94.49% and 91.96%, respectively. In 2022, 96.33% of students passed in Arts, while the 2021 pass rate was 99.19% and 2020 recorded 90.17%.
In 2021, the results for Science, Arts, and Commerce were released simultaneously for the first time. Notably, exams were not held in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with results declared based on a formula decided by the state government.