Gujarat SSC Board Result 2011 (GSEB) of 10th standard todayJune 02, 2011
Gujarat SSC Board Result 2011 (GSEB) of 10th standard today
Gandhinagar, 2 June, 2011
Gujarat State Education Board (GSEB) will declare standard 10th standard SSC board exam result today at 9.00 am on its official website. This year(2011)’s GSEB Gujarat SSC board result has unique feature of no declaration of top-ten list. Moreover phrases like ‘pass’ or ‘fail’ will not be avoided while delivering the result on sheet. Those above grade ‘D’ will get marksheet stating ‘Eligible for qualifying certificate’ while those below ‘D’ grade will receive marksheet stating: ‘Needs improvement’.
For the first time, this year, the GSEB is going to give ranking on the basis of percentile rank. Suppose there are 60 students in a class and one student has secured 92 marks while other 54 students have secured 91 or less marks, then 54 divided by 60 into 100 = 90 marks is percentile rank.
Marks range – grade – grade code
91-100 – A1 – 10
81-90 – A2 -09
75-80 – B1 -08
62-70 – B2 -07
51-60 – C1 -06
45-50 -C2 -05
33-40 -D -04
10th std Gujarat board results 2011 are to be declared on Gujarat board’s website GSEB.ORG .
Gujarat 10th board result are to be put online at 9.00 am on following websites.
Gujarat 10th std SSC board result (hard copy of mark sheet) could be received from the schools between 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Gujarat 10th SSC board result can be received through Email after registration process is completed on WWW.GIPL.NET
Gujarat 10th standard SSC board result through phone line can be received through following phone numbers: Ahmedabad (079) 26851422, 26850611, Gandhinagar (079) 65721801, Vadodara(0265) 2322328. Moreover tall free helpline number 1800 233 5500 is in service.
To get Gujarat 10th SSC board result through SMS, please type ssc seatnumber (example ssc B123345) and send SMS to 50111 and you will get the result at a cost of Re.1
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