PSEB 10th Result: Girls Secure Top Three Positions, Dominate Merit List; Rural Areas Outshine Urban in Results
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Punjab Board 10th Result 2023 Analysis: On Friday, May 26th, the results of class 10th were declared by PSEB, the Punjab School Education Board. Government school students have emerged as the toppers in the examination results. Remarkably, all three top positions in the merit list are occupied by girl students, with two of them studying in private schools.

PSEB 10th Result 2023: Important Details

Girls have once again outshined, with a remarkable pass percentage of 98.46 percent, while boys have a pass percentage of 96.73 percent. Students who appeared in the Punjab Board Class 10th exam can access the detailed result on the official website

All Three Topper Girls: All three students have secured the top positions in the examination. Gagandeep Kaur, a student of Sant Mohandas Memorial School, Faridkot, has secured the first rank by scoring a perfect 100 percent with 650/650 marks. Following closely, Navjot achieved a score of 99.69 percent with 648 out of 650, while Harmandeep Kaur scored 99.38 percent with 646 out of 650.

A total of 2,81,327 students appeared for the Punjab Board Class 10th exam. Out of these, 2,74,400 students have been declared as passed. The overall pass percentage stands at an impressive 97.54 percent.

Notably, government schools achieved a remarkable pass percentage of 97.76 percent, while private schools followed closely with a pass percentage of 97 percent.

PSEB Punjab Board Class 10th Toppers: This year, all three top positions have been secured by girls.
  • Gagandeep Kaur has clinched the first rank with a perfect score of 650/650 (100%).
  • Navjot has scored 648/650 (99.69%).
  • Harmandeep Kaur achieved a score of 646/650 (99.38%).

PSEB 10th Result 2022: 99.34 Percent Girls Were Successful

In 2022, a total of 3,11,545 students appeared for the class 10 exam, out of which 126 failed, while 3,08,627 students successfully passed the board exam. Last year, girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 99.34 percent, whereas boys achieved a pass percentage of 98.83 percent. Additionally, 12 transgender students appeared for the exam, and 11 of them passed successfully.