The HPBOSE class 10 exams were held between February 22 and March 19. Therefore, it remained unaffected by the nationwide lockdown caused due to the covid 19 However, it did delay the evaluation process.
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, a total of 67,319 students cleared the examination after the declaration of result, the Board will open the process to apply for re-evaluation of answer sheets. Students who are not happy with their marks or scores can apply fo re-evaluation of answer sheets. All candidates who want to apply for it will have to pay Rs 400 for re-evaluation and Rs 300 for re-checking of answer sheets. The Board would announce these dates soon.
Tanu Kumar has topped the examination by securing 98.71 percent followed by Kshitiz Sharma who secured 2nd rank with 98.56 percent. Vansh Gupta, Shagun Rana and Anisha Sharma have secured third rank with 98.43 percent.
Girls have performed better than boys this year. A total of 23 girls and 14 boys are in the top ten list. A total of 104323 students have appeared for the exam out of which 70571 have passed the exam.