RBSE Class 10th Exam Results 2018 Declared, Check BSER Class 10 Scores Online at rajresults.nic.in, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in
BSER Class 10th Exam Results 2018: Over 12 lakh students in Rajasthan had appeared for the examinations held between March 15 to March 26, 2018 | File Image | (Photo Credits: PTI)

Jaipur, June 11: The Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan (BSER) on Monday declared the results of Class 10th examinations. The scores could be check online by the students at RBSE official websites - rajresults.nic.in and rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.

In case the official portals fail to load due to web traffic, candidates are recommended not to reel under panic. The marks could be checked alternatively via  examresults.net/rajasthanindiaresults.in and results.gov.in.

As per the data available, a pass percentage of 79.86% has been recorded. Girls have marginally outshone the boys with a pass percentage of 79.95% as compared to the latter's 79.79%.

Over 12 lakh students had appeared for the RBSE Class 10 examinations held between March 15 to March 26, 2018. The results are awaited by the candidates as it would prove to be critical for those seeking admissions in reputed and credible junior colleges across the state.

RBSE Class 10th Exam Results 2018: How to check the scores online?

  • The marks could be checked online after visiting the official portals - rajresults.nic.in and rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in - as shared above. In case the websites fail to load, students are recommended to log onto examresults.net/rajasthanindiaresults.inresults.gov.in.
  • On the page which loads, candidates are required to click on 'Class 10th Results' tab. On the subsequent page, enter the mandatory details viz the hall ticket number, name, etc.
  • After filling up the details, click on submit/next. After the page gets loaded, it would display the marksheet. Students are recommended to download the PDF copy of their results, or take its screenshot for interim use.

LatestLY wishes the students all the best! An appeal is made to students to not to reel under depression if the marks are below the expectations. Parents are also suggested to accompany their children while viewing the results, and refrain from exerting pressure on them.