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The Rajasthan Board’s 8th-grade results have been released, and 94.50% of the students passed.

In Education
May 29, 2023

Today, May 17, in a press conference, the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) announced the results for the class 8 exams. The release of the Class 8 test results by the Rajasthan Board was initially set for noon but was subsequently delayed by one hour.

94.50% of kids took and passed the eighth-grade board exam in Rajasthan this year. 12,33,702 candidates out of 13,05,355 applicants have passed the test. 5,76,782 candidates in all have earned a B grade. 86770 candidates received a C overall.

The official websites at rajeduboard.rajasthan.gov.in, rajshaladarpan.nic.in, and rajresults.nic.in allow students and parents to view results. Today, more than 13 lakh students are verifying their exam results. Students must use their board exam roll numbers as their login credentials in order to access the RBSE results online. The 8th grade test for the Rajasthan Board was held from March 21 to April 11.

Candidates who took the RBSE class 8th examination must achieve a minimum score of 33% of the possible points. A candidate from the Rajasthan Board would be deemed unsuccessful if he or she does not receive the required passing marks in any subject. In the event that this fails, Rajasthan Board students must show up for the make-up test.

Candidates should be aware that students will receive the original certificate/mark sheet a few days following the exam. Only if there are any changes, those choosing re-evaluation will get a new copy of their mark sheet.

In place of grades in the 8th Board Exam in Rajasthan, there are grades. Students who receive an A through D are said to have passed, whereas those who receive an E1 or an E2 are deemed to have failed. It will be necessary to take a second exam if one or more courses receive an E grade.

12.63 lakh students registered for the Rajasthan Board Class 8th examination in 2022. Out of these, 96.30% of girls and 94.97% of boys passed the test. While the overall pass rate in 2020 was 92.07 percent, it was 92.12 percent in 2019, and it will be 94.44 percent in 2021.