PSEB: Punjab Board 12th Compartment Results 2017 Are Out | Check Now!

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PSEB has finally announced the 12th Class Compartment Results 2017 on its official website today at pseb.org. The students who did not clear the annual class 12th Punjab board exams gave the compartment papers in the month of June and the percentage of students this year reappearing for the exams was 35%. The results for the 12 class PSEB board exams 2017 was announced on May. PSEB has been witnessing drastic dip of percentages for last couple of years and this year was the most disappointing as the overall percentage of the students this year was 62.36%.

PSEB 12th Class

PSEB 12th Class Compartment Results 2017: How To Check

This year almost 35% students reappeared for the class 12th Punjab board exams to clear their compartments. The students can check their 12 class board compartment results in the following way:

  • Visit the official website of Punjab Education Board- pseb.in
  • Click on the “12th Compartment Results 2017” link
  • Enter the mandatory details
  • Check your result
  • Take a print out or download it instantly if required

Sometime, results take time to load, so stay patient or go to the following site indiaresults.com.

PSEB Low Passing Percentage

In comparison to last year the overall passing percentage of students in the 12th board exams, Punjab Education Board has seen a serious dip of 14%. Last year the passing percentage was 76.77%, while this year the passing percentage was 62.36% which is the lowest percentage recorded in three years. Almost 36,376 students failed and 62,916 got compartment this year in PSEB 12th class examinations again more than last year’s record of 16,000 and 18,822. In 2014 the overall passing percentage of class 12th students was 81.09%, while in 2015 it was 76.24%.

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Like every year girls this year as well outdid boys by performing really well in class 12th Punjab board exams by securing an overall percentage of 72.59%. Boys were lagging behind in a big way with only 54.42% passing percentage. The Punjab Education board in an effort to help students clear their exams awarded 27 extra grace marks and landed in trouble last year.

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