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Rajasthan’s regional educational board borrows from its rich history to pave a promising path for the future. Established in 1957, the board was a direct result of the implantation of the Rajasthan Secondary Education Act in the same year. Originally set up in Jaipur, the educational board was later shifted to Ajmer in 1961. In 1973 it got a makeover and became more integrated with better infrastructural facilities and expert staff. The board was since flourished and today has numerous students under its wings. Today, the board has an estimated 15 lakh students across 33 districts in more than 6000 schools registered to the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan. The RBSE board exams for both class 10 and 12 were conducted in March. The class 10 exams commenced from March 15 with the English paper and concluded on March 26 with the Science paper. The class 12 exams started from March 8 with English and will end on April 2 with the paper on Sanskrit Literature. According to numbers provided by the board, a total of 826,570 students are registered for class 12 board examinations. Out of this, 537,259 students are from the humanities stream while 42,665 students are from commerce and the remaining from the science stream. The secondary education board ensured that CCTV cameras were installed at the examination centres to prevent the adoption of unfair means by the students. Extra precautions were especially taken after the CBSE paper leak scare, although the RBSE assured that there would be no such problem with the board and the students can focus on the exam. Let’s look at the 10th results 2018, Rajasthan.

Success Rate

The overall success rate for the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan has been consistent. This clearly indicates the success rate of the board and its method of education.

Following is a breakdown of the RBSE’s class 10 results from 2013-2017. The breakdown gives a clear number of the students who appeared for the exam as opposed to the number that passed. It also shows the number of girls who passed the exams from 2013-2017 as compared to the number of boys. Upon analyzing it was realized that the number of girls who appeared for the exam and passed has been relatively lesser when compared to the boys, throughout the five years.

Year Appeared Students Overall Passing % Passing % Girls Passing % Boys
2013 7,89,814 65.56 65.25 65.77
2014 11,04,326 66.46 66.46 66.69
2015 11,06,048 78.10 78.41 77.87
2016 10,51,105 75.89 75.70 76.02
2017 10,99,000 78.96 78.89 79.01

Here is another detailed breakdown of the RBSE board students performance in the examination for class 10 in 2017. This will further help one understand the performance of the board in terms of the highest percentage recorded, the pass percentage and more.

Examination Details Student Details
Number of students registered 1081879
Number of students appeared 904668
Pass Percentage 75.80 %
Highest Percentage achieved in RBSE Class 10 board exams 99.17 %

Information regarding the board examinations and results are available in details at the official website of the RBSE which is In order to check the results, one needs to enter the roll number upon opening the results page and click on the Submit button. Displaying the results may take a few minutes.

Results can be promptly checked at Result page. It can also be checked at and

The results are expected to be out in June.

The declaration of results is accompanied by the statistics of various factors. These include the Subject Wise Statistics Overall, Consolidated Statistics of Passed Candidates Overall, District Wise Merit List Overall, District Wise Statistics of Passed Candidates (Overall), Merit List Overall, Result Summary and Subject Wise Merit List Overall.

10th Results 2018, Rajasthan

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education also published the results of the tenth grade on the official web portal. The students who appeared for the exam can download the result from the site including the RBSE Top 10 Merit List 2018. The Board has published a comprehensive list of overall results and complete toppers list with photos and individual mark sheets.

Students can now analyze their results and aspiring candidates for RBSE Class 10 Board Exams, 2019 can now know what to expect and how to set a benchmark.

Topper talk

Tanisha Vijay, a student of Mahaveer Public Senior Secondary School, Sawai Madhopur stood first in the RBSE class 10 board exams of 2016 with a whooping percentage of 99.17. She stated hard work and regular studying as the important factors behind her success at the board exams. Vijay also believes that the quality of studying is more important than the quantity of studying as according to her, she studied for lesser hours but on a regular basis. This, she believed helped her to revise and be at par with the syllabus throughout the year.

The second rank holder of the RBSE Class 10 board exams of 2016 was Tushar Sharma of Tagore Public Senior Secondary School, Sikri which is in Bharatpur district. He boasted of an impressive 99 percent in the board exams.

Sharma, alike Vijay stressed the importance of studying throughout the year instead of cramming it up in a day. He also said that practicing writing what he was reading helped him to remember better and also be more effective in time management.

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