HPBOSE Class 12th Term 1 Result 2022: Check Overall Passing Percentage, Other Highlights Here


HPBOSE Class 12 Term 1 Result:

The Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) has declared the HPBOSE Class 12th Term 1 Result 2021-22 for all the streams (Science, Commerce and Arts) on February 8, 2022. The result is available on the official website of HPBOSE at hpbose.org. Students require their roll number in order to check their respective results.
The HP Board 12th Result Scorecard 2022 mentions the important details of students like their name, roll number, grades and marks obtained in different subjects.
Important highlights related to HPBOSE Class 12th Result 2022 are provided below.

HPBOSE Class 12 Result 2022: Details

Exam conducting body Himachal Pradesh Board of Secondary Education
Exam name HP Board 12th Exam 2022
Result name HPBOSE 12th Result 2022
Result date (Term 1 exams) February 8, 2022 (Declared)
Official website hpbose.org

HPBOSE Class 12 Result 2022: Important dates

Term 1 Exam Dates 18 November 2021 to 9 December 2021
Announcement of HPBOSE 12th Class result date  8 February 2022 (Declared)
Term 2 Exam Dates March/April 2022 (Tentative)
Release of Term 2 result June/July 2022 (Tentative)
Re-evaluation result date Third week of July 2022
Compartment exam date Last week of July 2022
Announcement of Compartment result  First week of August 2022

HPBOSE Class 12 Result 2022: Important highlights:

  1. Overall passing percentage: The overall passing percentage of students of Himachal Pradesh Board stood at 92.77 percent. Pushpendra Singh emerged as the highest scorer by securing 100% marks in Class 12 state board exams.
  2. Compartmental category students: Approximately 702 students of the 1.3 lakh students have been placed in the compartmental category.
  3. Increase in passing percentage: In 2021, the passing percentage was 76.07%, while this year, it soared to 92.77%.
  4. No. Of students who secured 90+ marks: 3, 679 students have scored more than 90 marks and have bagged A division, which is three times higher as compared to last year's result.
  5. Performance of students from government schools was better than that of the private school students.
  6. The scorecards for the candidates will be prepared on the basis of Class 10, 11 and 12 marks. Class 10 marks will be given 10% weightage, Class 11 results will be given 15% weightage and 55% weightage will be given to Class 12 first, second term exams and Pre-board exams. Additionally, 5% weightage will be given to English exam and 15% weightage will be given to internal assessments.