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MBOSE Meghalaya Board SSLC 10th Result 2020 available now at

Meghalaya Board MBOSE SSLC 10th Result 2020: The result is available at the website - Chetna Bose has secured rank 1 with 568 marks followed by Sainava Modak and Ainamdaphisha P Byrsat

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 20, 2020 12:17:45 pm
Meghalaya MBOSE SSLC result 2020 Meghalaya MBOSE SSLC result 2020: Check result at Representational image/ photo by Tora Agarwala 

Meghalaya MBOSE SSLC Result 2020: The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE) declared the result of class 10 secondary school leaving certificate (SSLC) examination on Monday, July 20. The result is available at the websites-, 

A total of 25,195 students cleared the SSLC exam this year out of 50,081 students appeared. The pass percentage this year touched 50.31 per cent, with 75 per cent regular students and 41.29 per cent private candidates passed the class 10 exam. Chetna Bose topped SSLC exam with 568 marks followed by Sainava Modak and Ainamdaphisha P Byrsat.

The exam was not affected due to the COVID-19 pandemic as it concluded on March 16, but the result declaration was delayed. Last year, the result was announced on May 24.

READ | How to check MBOSE SSLC 10th result 

MBOSE SSLC 10th Result 2020: Where to check

Student can get the result through the website-, apart from it, other websites including – and will also host results.

To check SSLC result, candidates need to click on the result link in the above-mentioned websites. They will have to enter roll number or hall ticket number to check their results.

Students would have to download the result memo on their screen and take a print out for further reference. It would act as a provisional mark sheet.

MBOSE Meghalaya SSLC 10th result 2020 Live: check update 

In the HSSLC result released earlier, a total of 72.24 per cent students passed the exam. Kaustab Choudhury had topped in science stream with 468 marks, while Komal Sharma was the highest scorer in commerce with 445 marks. Last year in the SSLC exam, a total of 76.56 per cent students passed with boys outperforming girls with a pass percentage of 77.94 per cent.

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