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BSEH exam results 2018: Haryana Board 12th results expected today at bseh.org.in, 10th on May 21st

The Haryana 12th exam results are expected to be declared today on the official BSEH website, bseh.org.in. The class 10 results are expected out on Monday.

As we reported earlier, the Board of Secondary Education Haryana (BSEH) will declare the results of the 2018 Haryana 12th board exams sometime today, although an exact time for the declaration of the results has not been confirmed.

The 2018 Haryana 12th results will be released on the BSEH’s official website, bseh.org.in. But the results are also likely to be released on third party websites, and students can check their HBSE result on indiaresults.com and examresults.net.

A report by Indian Express said that a Haryana board official has confirmed the release date of the 12th results as well as the BSEH 10th results. The date for the BSEH 12th results 2018 was slated for today, May 18th, while the date for declaration of the 10th results was confirmed as Monday, May 21st.

This year, around 2.46 lakh students appeared for the Haryana board’s Class 12 or Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam, while approximately 3.83 lakh appeared for the state’s Class 10 examination. This year, the exams were held between March 7th and April 2nd.

Last year, the BSEH declared the 12th exam results on May 18th, with a 64.5% pass percentage recorded.

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