Goa Board to declare Class XII Results 2019 on April 30
The Goa Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (GBSHSE) is all set to declare Goa Board Class 12 Results 2019 on April 30. The Goa Board Class 12 Board Exams 2019 began on February 28 and concluded on March 26, 2019. As per the latest information, the Goa Board will declare the Goa Board Class XII Result 2019 on April 30, 2019, as per India Today report. Around 17,893 students appeared for the Goa Board Class 12 Exams 2019 in the month of March. The Goa board postponed the paper of banking, logic, computer science and co-operation of class 12 students due to the demise of the chief minister, Manohar Parrikar.
Steps to check Results
- Log on to the official website gbshse.gov.in
- Check the link which says, ‘GBSHSE Goa Board Class 12th Results 2019’
- Fill up all the details
- Enter Roll Number and click submit
- Download your result and take a print out
Third party websites
Last year, the Goa Board declared the Class 12 board result on May 10 while this year, the Goa Board is planning to declare the result on April 30, 2019. This year, the Goa Board Class 12 Result 2019 will be declared early in order to avoid the clash with the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections 2019. The GBSHSE conducted the Goa Board Class 12th exams 2018 from March 5 and ended on March 26. Last year, out of total 16,521 students appeared for the exam, and 14,666 students cleared it, however, only 2,064 had failed.
The Directorate of Education deals with the organization, development and regulation of School Education in the State of Goa under the provisions of the Goa, Daman & Diu School Education Act, 1984 and rules made there under. The educational structure of the state consists of pre-primary, primary, middle, secondary and higher secondary education. The headquarters of the Directorate of Education are located at Panaji, Goa. It is headed by Director of Education who is Ex-officio Joint Secretary (Education) and is assisted by Director (Administration), Joint Director of Accounts, three Deputy Directors of Education for Academic, Adult and Vocational Sections, six Assistant Directors of Education, Vocational Education Officer and Environmental Education Officer, all persons holding Class 1 posts.
Goa has two districts viz. North Goa and South Goa. For educational purposes the State has, however, been divided into three educational zones each comprising of three to four talukas / blocks. The headquarters of these zonal offices are (a) at Panaji for the Central Zone covering Tiswadi, Ponda and Sanguem talukas / blocks; (b) at Margao for the South Zone covering Canacona, Quepem, Salcete and Mormugao talukas / blocks; and (c) at Mapusa for the North Zone covering Pernem, Bardez, Bicholim and Sattari talukas / blocks. Each zonal office is headed by a Deputy Director of Education. He is assisted by an Assistant Director of Education and a Deputy Education Officer who looks after academic matters.
At the block level, three / four Assistant District Educational Inspectors look after the work of administration, supervision, coordination, monitoring, etc. under the supervision and guidance of the Assistant Directors of Education in charge of the respective zones. All the ADEIs are of the same rank and generally the senior most ADEI manages the block level education office and also functions as a drawing and disbursing officer for all government primary and middle school teachers and office staff.