HBSE 10th Results 2020 Statistics; Check Topper's List, Pass Percentage here

HBSE 10th Results 2020 Statistics; Check Topper's List, Pass Percentage here
Team Careers360 | Jul 10, 2020 - 11:02 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Haryana Board has declared the Class 10 result on July 10, 2020. A total of 3,37,691 students appeared for Haryana Class 10 exams 2020. The overall pass percentage in 2020 is 64.59%. Rishita has topped the Haryana 10th result 2020 with 500 marks. The result is available online on results.bseh.org.in. Haryana 10th board exams were conducted from March 4 to 17, 2020. The Haryana Board 10th result statistics and HBSE 10th board topper’s list is given below.

HBSE 10th Result 2020 Declared. Check here.

HBSE 10th Result 2020 Statistics

  • Total Number of students appeared in the exam - 3,37,691

  • Total students passed - 2,18,120

  • No. of students failed - 87,070

  • Overall pass percentage - 64.59 %

  • Total students with compartmental - 32,501

  • Number of Boys appeared - 1,85,429

  • Total number of Boys passed - 1,11,751

  • Number of Girls appeared - 1,52,262

  • Total number of Girls passed - 1,06,369

  • The overall pass percentage for Government schools - 59.74%

  • The overall pass percentage for Private schools: 69.51%

  • The passing percentage from urban areas is 65.00%, while for rural areas it is 64.39%.

Haryana Class 10 Topper’s list 2020

  • 1st rank has been secured by Rishita from Tagore Senior Secondary School, Hisar. She has scored a total of 500 marks in HBSE 10th exams.

  • Five students are on 2nd rank, Uma, Kalpana, Nikita Maruti Sawant, Sneh, Ankita. They have scored 499 marks.

  • Rank 3 has been achieved by Chahak and Rohit.

All the toppers will be felicitated and are eligible for scholarships. The board will release the details shortly.

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HBSE 10th Topper’s list 2020

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Also, read 10th results 2020 live updates here.

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