New Delhi | Jagran Education Desk: Ending the wait of lakhs of students across the state, the Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) on Monday declared the Goa HSSC or Class 12th Result 2021 at 5 PM. The students who registered themselves for the Goa Board Class 12 Board Exam 2021 can check their results on the official website of

To check the result of the Science, Commerce and Arts streams respectively, the students will be required to enter their seat numbers, school index numbers and names on the official GBSHSE website - 

This year the overall pass percentage is 99.40 per cent. The science stream has recorded the highest percentage. 99.68 per cent in Science, 99.66 per cent in Commerce and 99.51 per cent in vocational stream. A total of 18,195 students have registered for the examination out of which 18085 candidates have passed the exam. The result of 35 students has been kept on hold because they are yet to produce adequate eligibility documents while 75 have been marked as needs improvement.

This year, the Goa HSSC 12th Result 2021 topper List will not be released. The students will be promoted without exams and so the state board has decided to not release the topper or merit list.

Goa Board HSSC Result 2021: How to check the results?

Step 1: Candidate first needs to visit the official website of Goa

Step 2: Then click on Goa Board HSSC Result 2021 link

Step 3: Enter the credentials such as seat number, index number, etc

Step 4: Click on Submit

Step 5: Goa Board HSSC Result 2021 will display on the screen

Step 6: Download and take a printout for future reference

Goa Board HSSC Result 2021: Merit List

The Goa Board has not released the merit list of class 12 result 2021, due to the cancellation of the board exam.

Goa Board HSSC Result 2021: Evaluation Criteria

Goa Board Higher Secondary School Certificate Examinations or Class 12 board exams were scheduled to be held from April 24 to May 18. However, the state government cancelled the exam due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation in the state as the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic smashed across the nation. To evaluate the students the state board carefully planned assessment criteria. For CWSN/NSQF subject, the internal assessment carried 60 marks for practical and 40 marks for theory.

For Vocational stream, 100 marks for practical and 50 marks for theory. For non-practical subjects like General Foundation Course and English, 30 marks for internal assessment and 70 for the external component.

For the General stream, 20 marks for internal assessment and 30 marks for non-practical subjects. The external component of the Board’s examination carries 70/80 marks.

Posted By: Niharika Sanjeeiv