GBSHSE Goa Board 12th Result 2018: The class 12th examination or Higher School Secondary Certificate (HSSC) exam results will be declared by the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) today at 10 am. The GBSHSE result 2018 for class 12th will be available on the Goa Board’s official website- gbshse.gov.in. Students who had appeared for the class 12th examination, may check their results on the board’s website- gbshse.gov.in.

Apart from the GBSHSE official website, the students can get the GBSHSE Result 2018 on their mobile also via SMS. Students need to type RESULTGOA12ROLLNO and send it to 56263. Alternatively, they may check their result on examresults.net.

Steps to check GBSHSE 12th Results 2018:

  1. Visit the GBSHSE official website- gbshse.gov.in.
  2. Click on the link ‘HSSC March 2018 Results’ which will appear on the home page.
  3. Enter your roll number and other relevant details and submit.
  4. Download the result and take a print out for future reference.

The GBSHSE result 2018 for class 12 which will be declared today at 10 am, started its exams from March 5 and continued till March 26. At least 18,499 candidates appeared for the exams, out of which, 9,667 were girls and 8,832 were boys. Meanwhile, the GBSHSE 12th exams 2018 for vocational stream students were conducted from March 6 to March 17. The class GBSHSE 12th examination 2018 was held across 16 centres in the state. Just like other Boards, strict measures were taken by the Goa Board this year. Students who arrived more than half-an-hour late after the exam had started, were not allowed to enter the exam hall. Other than this, no student was allowed to leave the examination hall before 11 am.

According to the press notice put up by the Board on its website, passing certificates cum statement of marks/ grades of the GBSHSE result 2018 will be provided on April 30, that is, just after two days. Last year, more number of girls had appeared for the GBSHSE 12th exam as compared to the boys and the pass percentage was recorded at 89 per cent.