The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education released the aftereffects of Class XII examinations inside a record 25 days, with 78.93 for every penny understudies clearing the test, up by about 15 for each penny from a year ago.
Instruction NewsBoard Chairman Balbir Tegta said upwards of 1,01,104 hopefuls showed up in the examinations, of whom 79,411 passed 14,299 were put in compartment. The pass rate was 78.93 for each penny against 64.64 for each penny in 2015.
Rahul Sharma of Dharrubal, Mandi and Roshan Lal of Arki, Solan, topped in Arts segment by securing 471 out of 500 imprints.
Tammanna Koushal of Dharamshala topped in Commerce scoring 482 imprints and Suvrat Sharma of Hamirpur started things out in Science sacking 492 imprints.
Boss Minister Virbhadra Singh complimented the Board for announcing the outcomes inside 25 days and said the better execution was because of the upkeep of elevated expectation of instruction by the administration in schools.
Board Secretary Shravan Manta said applicants who need to get re-assessment of their papers done may submit online a whole of Rs. 400 as re-assessment charge per answer sheet and Rs. 300 for each answer sheet for re-checking by ninth May through school heads. He said disconnected from the net applications won't be entertained.