Rajasthan Board RBSE Class 10 Result 2017 declared on rajresults.nic.in
The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education on Thursday declared Rajasthan RBSE Class 10th Results 2017 on its official website rajresults.nic.in. Students who had appeared for the exam can check their result on the official website of the Board i.e rajeduboard and rajasthan.gov.in.
New Delhi : The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education on Thursday declared Rajasthan RBSE Class 10th Results 2017 on its official website rajresults.nic.in. Students who had appeared for the exam can check their result on the official website of the Board i.e rajeduboard and rajasthan.gov.in.
The Rajasathan RBSE class 10 exams were conducted from March 9 to March 21, 2017 and around 10.99 lakh students appeared for the exams.Last year, the class 10 results were declared on June 18.
School Education Minister Vasudev Devnani announced RBSE Class 10th Results at around 4 PM and students will be able to access it on rajeduboard.nic.in, rajresults.nic.in, rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in.
The board recently declared the results for the Class XII Higher Secondary exams 2017 for science, commerce and arts streams which were conducted from 2 March to 25 March, 2017. Over 2 lakh candidates appeared for the science stream exams.
Steps to check the Rajasthan RBSE Class 10th Results 2017:
1. Log on to website rajresults.nic.in
2. Click on the link flashing Secondary Exam 2017 Result
3. Enter your Roll No other details in the fields provided
4. Click on Submit
5. Download the Rajasthan class 10 Board Result 2017 and take a printout for future reference
6. The results will be also available on results.nic.in, examresults.net and indiaresults.com
Students can get the Rajasthan Board Class 10 Results 2017 on Mobile via SMS.
SMS - RESULTRAJ10ROLL NUMBER to 56263
Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan has been in existence since the year 1957, and is the sole regulatory and examination conducting body in the state of Rajasthan. Every year 15 lakh plus candidates registers for the Rajasthan Board examinations, which are considered for admission to undergraduate courses in the colleges.