HPBOSE Class 12th Result 2020 to be declared soon – No pending Exams and New Formula to calculate marks

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HPBOSE Class 12th Result 2020 to be declared soon – No pending Exams and New Formula to calculate marks
HPBOSE Class 12th Result 2020 to be declared soon – No pending Exams and New Formula to calculate marks

HPBOSE Class 12th Result 2020 to be declared soon – No pending Exams and New Formula to calculate marks. The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE), Dharamshala in a recent notice said that it will not be conducting the pending exams for the class 12. The exam — which was scheduled to take place on and after March 23 — was postponed due to the nation-wide lockdown.

The board in a recent notice said that the result will be declared based on four exams which have been conducted. The marks of the fifth elective subject will be on marked proportional to the highest marks scored in the four subjects for which the exams have been conducted. However, this will be only for the theory part of the subject. For internal and practical subjects, marks will be awarded on the basis of marks awarded by the school.

The postponed exam of geography was conducted on June 8, 2020, and other following optional exams have been cancelled.

  • Computer science (I.P)
  • NSQF vocational subjects
  • Financial Literacy
  • Dance (Kathak/ Bharat Natyam),
  • Fine arts: graphics, painting, sculpture and applied arts

Marks allotment system for optional subjects:

The board will provide marks for these subjects will be awarded based on the students highest marks in the four subjects for which exams have been conducted. This system will be followed only for the theory part. Internal and practical marks will be awarded as sent by respective schools.

Result Details:

To pass the exam, candidates will have to score 33 per cent marks in each subject and an overall score of 33 per cent. Last year, 62.01 per cent students had cleared the exam — a decline of about 7 per cent from 69.67 per cent in 2018. The pass percentage has been on a decline since 2016. It was at 72.89 and 78.93 per cent in 2017 and 2016.

 Last year, Ashmita Sharma from Una had topped the Himachal Board class 12 exam with 96.4 per cent or 482 marks.

While the Himachal Board class 10 result was declared earlier, the class 12 results are expected by the end of June. The board is yet to declare the exact dates for the result

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