The Nagaland Board of Secondary Education (NBSE) today announced the high school leaving certificate (HSLC) and high secondary school leaving certificate (HSSLC) results. The results are available at nbsenagaland.com and nbsenl.edu.in. According to reports, NBSE chairman, Asano Sekhose has said that an online provision would be used to examine the results and then get the marksheets.
The pass percentage in class 10 (HSLC) examination is 69.42 per cent, a minimal decrease from last years 70.03 per cent. As many as 16,388 candidates out of the 23,608 candidates cleared the exam. Girls fared better in HSLC, with 8,470 girls and
7,210 boys passing the examination. In the top 20 comprising 55 students, 39 are girls and 16 are boys.
A total of 23,376 students passed the HSSLC exams conducted for the three different streams. In the Arts stream, the highest percentage scored is 96.80 percent and the Commerce stream highest percentage scored is 98.40. In the Science stream, 96 is the highest percentage. The results have been topped by Pallavi Kumari Singh from the Arts stream. The results of 8 students have been withheld due to various reasons.
Students must produce their original admit cards at the time of collection of marksheets and pass certificates. Students who want to apply for reevaluation can apply online to email@example.com before August 19, 2021.
The examinations for Class 10 were conducted from April 7 to April 21, while the examinations for Class 12 were conducted from April 6 to April 29.
Steps to check NBSE HSSLC and HSLC results:
Step 1: Visit official website nbsenagaland.com
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: Submit your details like roll no/registration no.
Step 4: Marksheet will appear on the screen after which students can download it and take a printout.
Last year, over all class 12 pass percentage was 73.72 per cent and class 10th the pass percentage was 70.02 per cent. In 10th class, In 10th, 70.88 percent girls and 69.04 percent boys passed.
In the Arts stream, the highest score was 92% while the Commerce stream recorded the highest percentage of 98.80%. According to the merit list, the Science stream’s highest percentage was 95.20%. Girls had outperformed boys in 2020.
After results are announced for HSLC and HSSLC, class 10 students will eligible to apply for class 11 admissions in Arts, Commerce and science streans and class 12th students will eligible to apply for undergraduation to any of the colleges.