Punjab Board Class 10 result out: Check the complete list of PSEB toppers

Apr18,2024



PSEB Punjab Board Class 10th Result: Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has declared the results of Class 10 Board Exam 2024 today i.e. on April 18, 2024.
The result was announced by Punjab Board Chairperson Dr. Satbir Bedi through a press conference at 1 pm. Along with the announcement of results, the toppers of Punjab Board Class 10th exam this year were also announced.

PSEB Punjab Board Class 10th Toppers 2024

In Punjab Board Exam 2024, top performers achieved remarkable results. Aditi stood first with an excellent score of 650 out of 650. Alisa Sharma and Karmanpreet Kaur stood second and third respectively with an impressive score of 645 out of 650.
Here is the list of Punjab Board Class 10th 2024 toppers:

Post Name marks and percentage school names
1 Aditi 650 marks, 100% Teja Singh Independent Memorial Senior Secondary School, Shimla Puri, (Ludhiana)
2 Alisha Sharma 645 marks, 99.23% Teja Singh Independent Memorial Senior Secondary School, Shimla Puri, (Ludhiana)
3 Karmanpreet Kaur 645 marks, 99.23% Amber Public Senior Secondary School, Nawan Tanel, Teh Baba Bakala (Amritsar)

PSEB Class 10th Result 2024 in StatisticsPunjab Board released data related to this year's Punjab Board result, students' participation and other details in the result announcement press conference. Here's an overview:

  • Pass percentage data shows trends among candidates. Out of 281,098 candidates, 273,348 passed, giving a success rate of 97.24%.
  • Among women, 132,642 out of 135,123 passed, the pass percentage was 98.11%. For men, 148,445 out of 153,651 passed, resulting in a pass percentage of 96.47%.
  • Among transgender candidates, 10 out of 11 passed, taking the pass percentage to 90.91%. In urban areas, 97,586 out of 101,009 candidates passed, taking the pass percentage to 96.60%.
  • In rural areas, 183,512 out of 187,590 candidates were successful, showing a pass percentage of 97.58%. In government schools, 186,908 out of 190,325 candidates passed, resulting in a pass percentage of 97.32%.
  • Non-government schools demonstrated a pass percentage of 98.01%, with 73,896 out of 75,336 candidates achieving the success. In aided schools, 20,294 out of 21,661 candidates passed, giving a pass percentage of 93.71%.



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