The remaining 12th grade exams from HPBOSE will be canceled and the result will be published based on the exams of the previous subjects. | The remaining 12th grade exams will be canceled and the result will be published based on the previous subjects exam.
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🔥 The remaining 12th grade exams from HPBOSE will be canceled and the result will be published based on the exams of the previous subjects. | The remaining 12th grade exams will be canceled and the result will be published based on the previous subjects exam.

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  • The remaining exams of the 12th HPBOSE class will be canceled and the result will be published based on the exams of the previous subjects.

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  • The results of the 12th time class can be available by the end of June
  • The board will release 10th grade results on June 9th

The Himachal Pradesh (HPBOSE) school board, Dharamshala, issued a notice informing them that the remaining 12th grade exam in the state will be canceled. The board had previously announced that it would only conduct the geography paper exam for grade 12 students and had canceled the exam for the remaining electives. It was postponed due to the blockage that followed the increasing number of coronavirus cases.

The results can be available by the end of June

The board said that the outcome of the review will be released based on the review of four previously conducted topics. To pass, students must score 33 percent and a total of 33 percent in each subject. Last year, 62.01 percent of state XII students in the state had passed the exam. This time the results of the 12th grade are expected by the end of June. However, the exact dates will be announced by the board.

10th grade results announced

Previously, the Himachal Pradesh Board published the results of the 10th grade on June 9th. This time a total of 1.5 lakh students appeared in the 10th exam. The test was conducted at 2,227 centers in Himachal Pradesh. These investigations were carried out between February 22 and March 19. At the same time, the State Board has started 15 new professional courses for the next academic session from year 9 to year 12. These courses create employment opportunities in different areas.

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