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Ajmer Board 10th Result 2018:

Most of the states in India have their own state-level board of education which conducts both secondary as well as higher secondary examinations every year. The state of Rajasthan has its own state board of education as well which is known as the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education which has its main centre in Ajmer. The application process and the declaration of the results are all taken care of by the school and candidates need to be prepared well in order to score a good grade in their Ajmer board 10th result 2018. For class 10, candidates will need to cover a lot of subjects and score well in them so that they can gain admission to a good school in class XI. Find all information about Ajmer board 10th result 2018 in this article.

About the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education

Established more than sixty years ago in 1957, the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education conducts examinations of class 10 every year. Students who study in any one of the schools that are either private or government aided and are affiliated with this board may appear for the examination. The board has a lot of responsibilities that it has to fulfil. It is responsible for structuring a proper and basic syllabus which every school that is under it has to follow. It is based on this syllabus that the class 10 questions are framed. It is also the responsibility of the board to make sure that it can add new affiliated schools which deserve recognition in the state. The RBSE will look after the fact that the declared Ajmer board 10th result 2018 are fair and in case of any problems of leaked question papers or lost answer scripts, it the duty of the board to look into the matter and if need be re-conduct the examination. The results are displayed online and individual reports with marks division in each subject are handed over to the school to be given out to the respective candidates. It is also the responsibility to hand out grants and scholarships to students with academic excellence and promise.

More than 6,000 secondary education and senior secondary education schools are affiliated to the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan. Under its jurisdiction, the board organises evaluation exams through Secondary School Examination and Senior Secondary Examination. Not just school level examinations, the BSER also takes care of science talent search and national talent search examinations.  The board is also responsible for promoting Sanskrit and cultural studies with a unique course structure in the form of Varishtha Upadhayay Parisksha at 10+2 level.

It is very important to prepare well for the class 10 examinations because there are a lot of subjects and a lot of topics to cover. Well then here is a step by step account, which will help you to prepare yourself right so that you can secure a good score in the Ajmer board 10th result 2018.

RBSE 10th/12th Result Date

The Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education had released the timetable for the Rajasthan Board Class 10 examinations well in advance. But it had not given any kind of tentative dates for the declaration of the results.

The board eventually followed the event calendar while declaring the results.

Last year, the Rajasthan Board 10th Result 2017 was announced on June 8, 2017, after the successful completion of the BSER 10th Board Exam from March 9 to March 21, 2017. As per this timeline, the Rajasthan released the Rajasthan Board 10th Result 2018 around the same time.

How to Check the Result

Once the Rajasthan board 10th result, 2018 is out you can always access them on the day of the declaration itself online with the help of your examination roll number. The respective schools will be informed of the results of each candidate as well and have the mark sheets delivered to the school, which the candidates will have to go and collect from the school.

Follow this procedure to check the Rajasthan 10th Result 2018:

  • Go to the official result websites:, or
  • Click on that link.
  • Now, you need to enter your “Roll No.”.
  • Then, click on the submit button.
  • You can now see the result displayed on the computer screen.
  • Check your result.
  • Take printouts of the result for further references.

This year, around 10,82,972 students gave the Class 10 exam from March 7 to April 4.

The board has established 725 centres as sensitive and has made extensive security arrangements for stopping students from malpractices like cheating by installing closed-circuit television or CCTV cameras.

It also made sure that it did a video recording of the entire process of opening the question paper covers, their distribution along with the collection of answer sheets until their sealing and dispatch to collection centres.

Stats from the RBSE Result 2018

Overall pass percentage- 79.86 %

Improvement of 0.16 % from last year 

Girls have fared better than boys. 

Girls pass percentage – 79.95 % 

Boys pass percentage –  79.79 %  

Result of Govt schools- Pass percentage of 77.02% 

Result in private schools: Pass percentage of 83.41 % 

Rajasthan Board 10th Result Analysis

Let’s also go through the previous year result analysis, which includes the total number of students appeared in the exam, passing percentage & number of girls & boys who passed the exam in percentage:

Year No. of Appeared Students Passing Percentage (%) Boys (%) Girls (%)
2014 11,04,326 66.46 66.69 66.46
2015 11,06,048 78.10 77.87 78.41
2016 10,51,105 75.89 76.02 75.70

As you can see, in 2014, total 11, 04,326 gave the examination and 66.46% students cleared it.  On the contrary, in the year 2015, the passing percentage of the students was 78.10%, which had certainly increased from the previous year. In comparison to the year 2015, in 2016, 75.89% students had qualified the examination. In the year 2016, total 10, 51,105 students appeared for the examination. This year, more than 12 lakh students appeared in the examination.

Getting Admission in the 11th Class

Once the 10th class examination is done, students can start applying for the schools located in Rajasthan. They can select the streams, i.e. science, commerce & arts as per their aptitude. The admission to the 11th class totally depends on your performance in the 10th exam. The school also releases the merit list for science, commerce & arts streams. Candidates would be able to get admission on the basis of the merit list that gets published by the school. For that, they need to fill the admission form given by the school separately.

How to Prepare for Rajasthan 10th Board Exam

Step 1: Getting started

The first and the most important thing that you should be aware of are the subjects on which you will be tested. For the RBSE at the 10th level, there are quite a few compulsory subjects like English, Hindi, one optional third language of the student’s choice, Rajasthan Adhayana which teaches students about the state of Rajasthan, science, social science, mathematics and a few other subjects. These are the core subjects for which you will need to work really hard. There will generally be questions from class 9 and class 10 syllabus in your examination and hence the preparation process will begin from class 9. Identify which subjects are your strong suit and which ones are you lagging behind in. The ones which you are not so confident about, you can always go for extra tutorials or learning videos in order to generate interest and clear the doubts that you may have. This is extremely important if you want to get high scores on the Ajmer board 10th result 2018. The earlier you start, the better it will be for you and do make sure that you take notes in a copy or a Microsoft word file, which you can come back to in the last stages of your preparation.

Step 2: Concentrating on the pre-tests before the class 10 board examination

Every school conducts pre-tests, in which students have to pass in order to be eligible to sit for the RBSE board examinations. You need to concentrate on these examinations because the questions are generally more advanced and tough than the ones in the board examinations and hence you will get a proper evaluation of your preparation done through this process. Students generally score higher in the board examinations than what they score in the pre-tests. These pre-tests will warm you up to the question patterns and the time limit as well which will go a long way in scoring well in the Ajmer board 10th result 2018. So, it is imperative that you focus on the preparation for the pre-tests.

Step 3: Practising with previous years samples

Books with previous years question papers are available, which you need to start solving at least 5-6 months before your examination is due. This is very good practice and you might also get some questions in common. These question papers can be accessed online as well. Conduct your mini mock tests with the help of these question papers. You will also get an idea about the question pattern which will really help you to address the questions correctly when appearing for the real board examinations.

These three steps are really helpful if you want to make sure that you get your preparation done right. Do not forget to have a study routine of your own which you will need to stick to. Make sure that you do not get cooped up at home only with studies because you will need to engage yourself in physical activities to keep yourself fit as well. So try to achieve a study and work out a balance, with the help of your parents.

Toppr constantly provides the latest updates to the students on the Rajasthan 10 Board Result 2018 and will keep posting direct links for the results.

This was our article about Ajmer board 10th result 2018. To know about the CBSE Compartment exam results, click here.

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