Goa Board Result 2018: The SSC Result 2018 has announced by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE). Now that the Goa SSC Results are live, the candidates can check the Goa Class 10 Result 2018 on the official website of the board i.e. gbshse.gov.in. This year, the Goa Board conducted the SSC (Class 10) examinations from April 2 to April 21. The declaration of the Goa SSC Result has sealed the fate of lakhs of students who have appeared for the examination.
The Goa Board on April 28 had announced the GBSHSE Class 12 Result at 10 am in which 85.53 percent students managed to pass the examinations. Every year, a large number of students appear for the GBSHSE SSC examinations; this year also it was no different. Tomorrow, the fate of more than 10,000 will be sealed after the official declaration of the result. Last year, in GBSHSE Class 10 Result 2017, 91.57 per cent students cleared the examinations, with girls scoring cumulative percentage of 91.94 per cent and boys scored 91.18 per cent. As per the reports, numerous schools scored cent per cent pass percentage in the GBSHSE Class 10 Result 2017. Total 19,358 students had registered for the Goa SSC Exams 2018 out of which 9,828 were girls and 9,530 were boys.
With thousands of students accessing their Goa SSC Result 2018 online simultaneously, the official website of the board might face some technical glitches. If such situation arises this year, we request the students not to panic and visit India’s number one educational website Jagran Josh (goa10.jagranjosh.com) for fast and easy access to the result. We here at Jagran Josh understand the amount of pressure the candidates go through during result hours; hence we have kept the result checking process extremely easy and simple. The candidates who will be checking the results must note that the board takes atleast two weeks time to deliver the original mark sheet of the students to their respective schools, therefore it is very important for the candidates to save the PDF copy of the scorecards and take some print out of the same for future references.
The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) was established in the year 1975 through the Goa, Daman and Diu Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board Act, 1975. The responsibilities of the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) include advising the government on education policies, implementation of education policies in the affiliated schools and conducting evaluation through yearly examinations at secondary and higher secondary levels.REGISTER FOR RESULTS UPDATES