The GSEB Class 12 Science results is declared on the basis of alternative assessment criteria
GSEB HSC 12th Result 2021: The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has announced the result of HSC, Class 12 Science stream exam on its official websites. The Class 12 Science results are declared on the basis of alternative assessment criteria.
The GSEB 12th exams were cancelled due to Covid-19 second wave. The board exams were scheduled to be conducted from July 1 to 16.
As many 1.40 lakh students of Science stream and 5.43 lakh of General Stream (Arts and Commerce) had registered for Class 12 GSEB exams this year.
To access the Class 12 GSEB result Science stream, schools have to use their index numbers and passwords. The board has asked the schools to provide the result and scorecards to the candidates.
Details Mentioned in GSEB 12th Result 2021:
- Student’s name
- Seat number
- Subjects name
- Subject-wise marks
- Subject-wise total marks
- Subject-wise grades
- Total obtained marks and grades
GSEB HSC Class 12 Results: Where and when to check Class 12 result – Science stream?
The Class 12 science stream students can check the result through the official website- gseb.org. The HSC science result will be available online by 8 am.
Alternatively, students can also check the results through examresults.net.
GSEB HSC Class 12 Results: Steps check Scores
Step 1: Visit the official website – gseb.org
Step 2: On the homepage, look for the ‘Science stream’ link and open it
Step 3: Now, log in using the school index number and password on the new page
Step 4: The GSEB Class 12 result 2021 will be displayed on the screen
Step 5: Save the scorecards to share with students
GSEB HSC Class 12 Results: How to Check via SMS
Students will also be able to access their GSEB HSC result 2021 via SMS if the official website will become unresponsive. Type GJ12SSeat_Number and send this to SMS to 58888111.
As per the evaluation criteria, the board have taken into account the scorecards of Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12 in 50:25:25 ratio. The Class 10 results will be given the highest weightage of 50 marks, followed by weightage of 25 marks each to Class 11 and Class 12 unit tests.
According to Gujarat board rules, a student must obtain a minimum of Grade ‘D’ in all the subjects to be considered qualified for the next stage. Students who scored Grade ‘E1’ or Grade ‘E2’ in the subjects have to improve their performances through these GSEB supplementary exams to qualify.
For updates on board exams, students and parents can check the official website- gsebeservice.com.