Rajasthan State Open School (RSOS), Jaipur, has today, December 28, 2021, announced the Open Board results for Class 10 and 12. Results have been announced through the online mode, on the official website rsosapp.rajasthan.gov.in. For the first time, the education ministry has announced the Class 10 and 12 results on the same day. Usually, results for both classes are announced on separate days. As many as 90,000 students had registered for the Class 10 October-November 2019 exams. Similarly, approximately 67,000 students had registered for the Class 12 exams, as per reports.
To check the Rajasthan Open Board Class 10 or 12 results, candidates can visit one of the two websites given below –
Students must note that both websites mentioned above are official ones, managed by the RSOS. They are also advised to not use any other, unverified website for checking their Rajasthan Open Board results.
How to RSOS Results
In case they choose to use the rsosapp.rajasthan.gov.in website, the following are the remaining steps to access the online scorecard –
Step 1: On rsosapp.rajasthan.gov.in, click on the ” Revised Result OCT-NOV, 2019 Class-XII” link for Class 12 results. Conversely, for Class 10 results, click on the “Result OCT-NOV, 2019 Class-X” link.
Step 2: By doing so, a new page will open asking for the Exam Roll Number. Enter the login credentials within the space provided.
Step 3: Click on the ‘Submit’ option to access the scorecard.
Step 4: Download or take a printout of the scorecard for future use or reference.
The announcement of Rajasthan Open Board Class 10 and 12 results come as a major relief for students. Particularly those who are in the process of seeking Class 11 admission or wishing to appear for various entrance exams. Of course, the online mark sheet issued to students is just for reference’s sake. A detailed result will be issued to each open school student at a later stage.
As per reports, a student named Harsha has topped the Rajasthan Open School Class 12 exams with a commendable figure of 84.40% marks. Another student named Laxmi has achieved second rank in the female section. In the male section, Joshi Uday Yogesh Kumar achieved the first rank whereas Anmol Joshi attained the second. In class 10, Puja Chowdhury stood first whereas Bhavna got the second rank in the female section. On the other hand, Mukesh Kumar topped in the male section and was follwed on the second position by Vinod Malav.
Another joyful point to note is that this year’s Class 12 results have improved by a landslide figure of 19%. Even the Class 10 results have seen a small improvement of 2.67% compared to last year. This achievement is worth noting since the Class 10 and 12 open school exams also faced some issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Originally scheduled during the March-May 2021 period, they were postponed to October 2021 owing to the rising number of cases in the state.