PSEB 10th Result 2018: The Punjab Board of Secondary Education has released the class 10th result today, that is, May 9. The PSEB 10th Result 2018 have been announced on the Punjab Board’s official website- pseb.ac.in. Students are advised to keep their relevant details such as roll number, mobile number and email id among other things in hand so that they can check their results as soon as it is released. The students can also check their PSEB 10th Result 2018 via SMS. Also Read - The New City of Love? Study Reveals Ludhiana Topped Romantic Conversations on Twitter Last Year
Apart from checking the official website, students may also check their results at examresults.net. Students may, however, note the following steps to check their PSEB 10th Result 2018. The PSEB Class 10th examination commenced from March 12 and continued till March 31. Also Read - Punjab Board Class 12th Result 2020 Likely to be Declared Today: Here’s How to Check Your Score
PSEB 10th Result 2018 Via SMS: To check PSEB 10th Result 2018 via SMS, type – PB10<space>ROLL NUMBER – Send it to 5676750. Also Read - 100 Cases of Suicide, 1,500 Complaints of Domestic Violence in Ludhiana During Lockdown: Police
How to check PSEB 10th Result 2018:
Step 1: Log on to the official website- pseb.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on the link – PSEB 10th Result 2018 which appears on the home page.
Step 3: Enter your relevant details such as roll number etc. and submit it.
Step 4: View and download your result.
Step 5: Take a print out of the result and keep it for future reference.
Students may also check their PSEB 10th Result 2018 via Google app. Students may check the Google app store and download any app which shows the result. Register yourself with your registration number and you’d be alerted once the results will be released.
The Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) released its merit list last night. The overall pass percentage stood at 59.47 per cent while Ludhiana’s Gurpreet Singh, a student of Sri Harikrishan Sahib Public Senior Secondary School topped the class 10th board exams by scoring a 98 per cent.