The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) is expected to publish the result in the month of June on its official website. In order to check the NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2021, students must search for their roll numbers found on their admit cards.
It should be noted that the NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2021 are provisional. Students will need to collect their original grade sheets from school. The original Admit Card must be presented at the time of collecting the mark sheet. It is important to check the mark sheet twice to make sure that it contains the correct name, roll number, and so on. It is important to report any errors in the mark sheet/certificate. Additionally, students will be able to access the NBSE 10th result via SMS.
NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2020
Last year, results were released for the NBSE HSLC and HSSLC exams on May 30, 2020. A total of 37,854 students registered for the HSSLC (Class 12) and HSLC (Class 10) exams, which were held by the Board from February 13 to March 4. A total of 15,680 out of 22,392 candidates who sat for the HSLC exams passed the examination, which equals a 70% pass rate.
The number of girls passing the exam outpaced the number of boys, with 8,470 girls passing and 7,210 boys passing. 55 students were listed in the top 20, with 39 females and 16 males. A total of 96 schools received perfect scores, 83 of them were private and 13 public.
Kohima district topped the table with 64% of the performance scores for government schools, followed by Mokokchung and Peren districts with 57% and Longleng district with 10%. As far as private schools were concerned, Kohima district was also at the top with 89% followed by Mokokchung with 88%. The top three scorers were Abhi Chakraborty of Holy Cross HSS, Dimapur, Palak Baid of Don Bosco HSS, Dimapur, and Imlibenla Jamir of Fernwood School, Kohima.
In the HSSLC, there were 15,461 students. The Arts stream had 11,598 students taking the exam, with 8,335 passing. Chumliba R from Loyola High School, Kiphire was the top scorer in the arts stream with 92 per cent (460). Mezhür HSS, Kohima’s Limayanger Longchar placed second (91.40 per cent), followed by Queen Mary HSS, Mokokchung’s Opanglemla Kichu (91.00 per cent).
There were 1337 candidates in the Commerce stream, but only 1009 qualified. This year’s pass rate was 75.47 per cent, a 0.79 per cent increase over last. Ichha Upadhyay of Christian HSS, Dimapur, won the stream with a score of 98.80 per cent (494 marks). Renuka Debnath of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur took second place with 94.80 per cent (474 marks) and Sweeti Dey of Christian HSS, Dimapur took third place with 94.40 per cent (472 marks).
In the Science stream, 2045 of the 2525 students passed, lowering the pass percentage from 80.99 to 80.99 per cent. With 95.20 per cent (476 marks), Anushka Bhattacharjee of Dimapur’s Pranab Vidyapith HSS topped the Science stream. Md Chand, a student at Pranab Vidyapith HSS in Dimapur (92.60%), and Raj Paul, a student at St. Mary’s HSS in Dimapur (91.70%), finished second and third, respectively.
How to Check the NBSE HSLC Result 2021?
The NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2021 will be made available on the NBSE’s official website.
– Visit the official website of the NBSE at http://www.nbsenagaland.com
– Click on the link labelled ‘Examination Results’.
– The student will be taken to a different page.
– Select the ‘HSLC 2021’ link.
– A PDF file will be opened.
– Press ctrl+f, enter your roll number and press enter.
What happens after the NBSE result 2021?
After Nagaland Board class 10 and 12 results are announced online, students will be able to prepare for further admissions procedures.
After passing the class 10 Nagaland Board exams, you will be eligible to apply for enrollment in Arts, Commerce, and Science in class 11. The colleges will decide how to admit students based on the scores they achieve on their exams and the cutoff scores established by each school.
After passing the NBSE class 12 exams, students will be eligible to apply to undergraduate degree programs. Arts, Commerce, and Science students can apply for degrees based on their grades and standing in each subject.
The Nagaland Board of School Education administers the exam to students in Grades 10 and 12. Nagaland’s state government administers the board, which also conducts the Class 11 (eleven) Promotion Examination, Class 9 (nine) Final Examination, and JEE. A legislative act, passed by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly on November 15, 1973, established the Nagaland Board of School Education.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2021
Q: When will the NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2021 be released?
A. The NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result will most likely be announced in June 2021.
Q: How do I obtain my results?
A. The result will be available on their website at nbsenagaland.com/results.htm.
Q: What is the cut-off point for passing?
A. A candidate must score at least 32/80 on the external exam and 8/20 on the internal assessment.
Q: How do I request that my answer sheet be re-evaluated?
A. A candidate who wishes to be re-scrutinized must submit an application in the prescribed form along with the required fees within the next few days of the announcement of the results.
Q: What is the procedure for obtaining the results of my re-scrutiny application?
A. The results of the re-scrutiny will be announced within a few weeks after the initial results being declared.