Pseb 12th results 2017 are available at

Pseb 12th results 2017 are available at
Written by Pallavi Parmar

The (PSEB) Punjab School Education Board Class 12th results for Senior Secondary Examination (SSE) 2017 were declared on Saturday and seen as a dip of 14% in pass percentage as compared to last year and the lowest pass percentage in three years. Students who have appeared for the exam can check the results for the Senior Secondary Examination (SSE) 2017 on the official website

Steps to download the results for PSEB class 12 SSE board results 2017:

  • Go to the official website of PSEB
  • Click on the link to the class 12 board results 2017
  • Enter your roll number and details in the fields provided
  • Download your results and take a print out of the same for further reference.

Amisha Arora secured the top rank from RS Model senior secondary school in Ludhiana. She has managed to score 98.44 percent in the PSEB SSE class 12 exams. She is closely by Prabhjot Joshi who has bagged the second rank with a 98.22 per cent and Ria of Tagore school, Gurdaspur, is third in the state with 98 percent marks.

This year pass percentage stood at 62.36 per cent which is lower than the last three years. Whereas in the last year, PSEB class 12 results had a 76.77 pass percentage. 72.6% Girls passed against the 54.4% boys, which dropped sharply from 71.1% as compared to last year. Similarly, the girls’ pass percentage also saw a drop of 7.4% from 84% recorded last year. Last year 14 lakh students appeared for the examination in which 36,376 students failed against 16,000. While 62,916 and 18,822 students got compartment and re-appear respectively, the cases of 380 students were withheld by the PSEB

PSEB board restricted awarding of grace marks while checking the papers this year.  Students were evaluated only on the basis of their academic performance. Earlier, up to 10 grace marks were given to students. The 30 marks granted under continuous and comprehensive evaluation were also brought down to 10 this year. However, one mark given to a student failing in any subject was retained


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