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The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) on August 5 declared SSLC Class 10 and HSSLC (Arts stream) results. The result links are now active. Students can check their results on,, or The board had announced the class 12 results of the commerce, science, and vocational streams on July 30.

Despite the pandemic, the Meghalaya state government successfully conducted the SSLC (class 10) and HSSLC (class 12) examinations this year, unlike several states that had cancelled offline board exams. 

While the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the cancellation of CBSE class 12 examinations, due to the pandemic, the Meghalaya government proceeded with the decision to conduct exams following strict Covid-19 protocols. 

MBOSE SSLC HSSLC result 2021: How to check

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Step 1: Visit the official website 

Step 2: Click on the link. 

Step 3: Log-in using credentials 

Step 4: The result will appear on the screen.

Even when all schools in Shillong were shut for a period of 14 days, the examinations went on unaffected. “All schools to close from tomorrow for the next 14 days till 4th May 2021 in the Shillong area. Ongoing MBOSE examinations will continue unaffected.”, said Chief Minister Conrad Sangma in a tweet.

Last year, the Board saw 50,081 students appearing for the Class 10 SSLC examinations. In regular mode, 75% of the students cleared the exam, and in private mode, the pass percentage was 41.29%. The overall pass percentage was 50.31%. This was the lowest pass percentage recorded since 2016.

First published on: 05-08-2021 at 08:00:11 am
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