Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) has announced the results for the Class 5 examinations held in 2024. Students can now access their scores through the official website of PSEB. Here’s all you need to know about the result declaration, examination details, and how to check your scores.

Result Declaration and Important Information

The PSEB Class 5 examination results for the year 2024 were declared on April 1, 2024. The announcement was made by Dr. Satbir Bedi, the chairperson of PSEB, during a press conference. Students and parents can access the direct link to check their scores on the official website of PSEB, which will be available from April 2, 2024, at 10 am. This year, the pass percentage stands at an impressive 99.84%, with a total of 3,06,438 students appearing for the examination.

District-wise Performance and Pass Percentage

Pathankot district has emerged with the highest pass percentage of 99.96%, showcasing exceptional performance by its students. On the other hand, Mohali district recorded the lowest pass percentage at 99.65%. These statistics provide insights into the academic performance across different regions of Punjab.

Steps to Check PSEB 5th Result 2024 Online

To check the PSEB Class 5th result for the year 2024, follow these simple steps. Visit the official website of PSEB at pseb.ac.in. Look for the link to the Punjab PSEB Class 5 Result 2024 on the homepage. Enter the required details on the portal and click on submit. The result will be displayed on the screen. Verify the details and download the result page for future reference.

Examination Schedule and Details

The Class 5 examinations conducted by the Punjab Board took place from March 7 to March 14, 2024, at various centers across the state. Exams were held daily in a single shift, commencing at 10 am and concluding at 1:15 pm. This schedule ensured a smooth conduct of the examinations, allowing students to perform to the best of their abilities.

Important Details on Mark Sheet and Evaluation

The Punjab Class 5 result will contain essential information such as the candidate’s name, roll number, parents’ names, school name, registration number, total score, subject-wise marks, result status, and any remarks, if applicable. It’s important to note that there will be no provision for re-evaluation of answer sheets for Class 5 students.

In comparison to the previous year, the overall pass percentage has witnessed a slight increase, reflecting the dedication and hard work of students and educators alike. Girls have outperformed boys, with a higher pass percentage recorded among female students. Tarn Taran and Barnala districts have achieved commendable pass percentages, underscoring the academic prowess of students in these regions.

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