Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Department will declare the GSEB Results 2018. GSEB 2018 Result of SSC and HSC can be checked online at gseb.org. Several students who are studying in Gujarat State Board appear for the board exams every year. SSC and HSC results are milestones in the career of a student as they play an important role in major decisions later. The facility to check GSEB SSC Result 2018 and GSEB HSC Result 2018 can be accessed online using roll numbers assigned by the board.
GSEB Results 2018
GSEB HSC Result 2018 – The GSEB HSC 2018 Result is the result of class 12th exams. All the students who are going to appear in class 12 arts, science, commerce exams can check GSEB HSC Arts 2018 Result, GSEB HSC Science 2018 Result, GSEB HSC Commerce 2018 Result, respectively. Marks obtained in HSC Results are relevant for college admissions and other career opportunities after class 12th.
GSEB SSC Result 2018 – The GSEB SSC 2018 Result is the result of class 10th. Notably there are slightly more number of students in class 10th than in higher classes. Knowing the marks obtained in SSC Results, student is better informed to decide which stream to opt for in class 11th.
|Gujarat 2018||Class 10||Class 12|
|Period of examination||12 to 28 Mar 2018||12 to 28 Mar 2018|
|Declaration of results||28 May 2018||10 May 2018 (sci)
31 May 2018 (gen)
The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board is popularly known as GBSE or GSEB. GBSE is a government body under state government that is responsible for various activities related to education including but not limited to policy making and implementation, administration, student related matters at various levels, and overall working of the state’s higher educational system.
Among the major responsibilities of the board are conduct of GSEB SSC Exams, GSEB HSC Exams, and declaration of GSEB SSC Results, and GSEB HSC Results.
The Gujarat board was formed in the year 1960. GSEB also looks after the formation and implementation of syllabus for secondary schools, recommends text-books to be taught in government schools. Responsibilities of the board also include recognition of new schools, evaluating performance of schools, inspecting schools associated with the Board.