Goa Board class 10 outcomes 2020: 92.69% of the scholars who appeared for the SSC examinations organized by the Goa Board of Secondary and Larger Secondary Examinations have been declared handed within the outcomes declared on Monday night, marginally increased than the 92.47 who handed the earlier 12 months, Board Chairman Ramakrishna Samant stated.
The examinations have been held between Could 21 and June 6, at 29 Centres throughout the State and 173 sub-centres of which 4 sub-centres at Maharashtra Border and two sub-centres at Karnataka Border, which have been necessitated owing to the restricted motion between states on account of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The examinations which have been postponed have been lastly held after the lockdown restrictions have been marginally lifted and after the Bombay Excessive Court docket at Goa after contemplating the matter and mandating further security precautions allowed the examinations to go forward.
The passing proportion has steadily risen from 85.15% in 2015 to 92.47% final 12 months and continued its upward trajectory regardless of the pandemic.
College students can apply for a verified copy of their reply books by July 31, revaluation of reply books and verification of marks in absentia by August 8.
For college students eligible of the supplementary examinations the tentative date of graduation of the examination is third September 2020, topic to critiques of the
Pandemic Scenario and circumstances at the moment and pointers of the Authorities.
All college students who have been stranded on account of the lockdown and unable to reply the
examination held between 21st Could 2020 — sixth June 2020 will even be permitted to reply this examination and as a particular case will probably be thought of as their first try.