New Delhi: Himachal Pradesh class 10th results (HPBOSE) have been released by board officials. According to reports, the overall pass rate in the HP board 10th result 2022 is 87.5 percent. In total, 67 girls and 11 boys have made it into the top 10 HPBOSE rankings. Priyanka and Devangi Sharma received 693 or 99 percent in their HP board Class 10 exams.
The board has officially announced the HPBOSE 10th results 2022. Candidates should be aware that the link for students to check their 10th Results 2022 will be made available here shortly. Candidates can check their HP 10th Results 2022 by entering their class 10 registration number and password in the provided link. At 12 p.m., students will be able to check their grades on the official website, hpbose.org.
Between March 26 and April 13, the HPBOSE administered the HP 10th board exams. Only students who achieve the minimum marks in the class 10 HP Board exams will be considered qualified. Those who achieve the required marks will be eligible for admission to class 11 in a variety of streams.
HPBOSE 10th Results 2022 will be posted on the official website, hpbose.org. Along with the link on the official website, students can also access the HP Board class 10 results 2022 via the direct link provided on this page.
What are the minimum qualifying marks?
As previously stated, students must obtain the minimum marks specified in aggregate and in each individual subject in order to be considered eligible for further education. Students must achieve a minimum of 33 percent aggregate and individual to pass the HPBOSE 10th exams.
What information is included on the HPBOSE 10th Marksheet?
Students will be able to download their marksheets through the link provided on the official website as soon as the board authorities announce the HPBOSE 10TH results 2022. The following information will be included on the HP Board 10th grade marksheet:
- Candidate’s name and roll number
- The examination’s title
- Specifics on the subject
- Marks obtained
- Minimum points
- Marks for both theory and practise
- Students’ grades and qualification status