Students can check their results by filling in their seat number on the website. In addition, a new WhatsApp service has been introduced this year, allowing students to send their seat number details to 6357300971 and receive their results.
With over 4.8 lakh students appearing for the Class 12 exams in the general stream, this year witnessed the highest number of regular student registrations in the last five years, according to GSHSEB records.
The board exams for the general stream were conducted in March 2023. To obtain their marksheets, students will need to collect them from their respective schools in the coming days.
As the result announcement approaches, students are advised to keep their seat numbers ready and stay updated through the official website.
Read the official notice here
Here are the steps on how to check and download the results, including both online and WhatsApp methods:
Visit the official website: Go to the official website of the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) at gseb.org.
Look for the Results section: Navigate through the website and find the Results or Examination Results tab.
Enter seat number: Fill in your seat number in the designated field.
Submit and view results: Click on the Submit or Check Result button to view your results on the screen.
Download the result: To download the result, look for the download or print icon on the results page. Click on it to save the result as a PDF file.
Open WhatsApp: Open your WhatsApp messaging application on your phone.
Compose a message: Start a new chat and send a message to the WhatsApp number provided by GSHSEB, which is 6357300971.
Send seat number: In the message, enter your seat number and send it.
Wait for response: Wait for the automated response from GSHSEB, which will include your result details.
Download the result: If you wish to download the result, you can save the received message as a PDF file.
Note: Make sure to keep your seat number handy before checking the results. In case of any discrepancies or issues, it is advisable to reach out to the board or your school for clarification and support.