Meghalaya Board of school education has announced MBOSE HSSLC Class 12th result for Science, Commerce on Monday. The MBOSE Board is announcing the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Results 2016 for the Science, Commerce and Vocational Streams all together at mbose.in or megresults.nic.in
MBOSE, Tura said in a press release that the results of Science, Commerce and Vocational streams will be published on May 8. The board has made all the arrangements to check the results via internet and SMS.
"The Results of the HSSLC Examination, 2017 (Science, Commerce & Vocational) Streams conducted by the Meghalaya Board of School Education, Tura will be declared on 08-05-2017 at 10:00 AM", said the press release from the board.
The MBOSE board has also asked all the Heads of the Institutions/Officers-in-Charge of the MBOSE HSSLC Examination Centres to collect the Result Booklets from MBOSE Office, Tura/Shillong and Jowai MBOSE Cell after the declaration of result.
The whole Results Booklet can also be downloaded from the MBOSE Official website www.mbose.in, the press release from the board said.
Steps to check MBOSE results:
# Log on to the official website mbose.in or megresults.nic.in
# Click on the link 'HSSLC class 12 results 2017
# Enter your roll number and other details in the fields provided
# Click on 'Submit'
# Results will be displayed
# Download and take a print out of the same for further reference.
Last year, 74.46 per cent students managed to clear the exam in Science stream, whereas around 70.60 per cent managed to pass in Commerce stream.
Last year, Amaayaa Goswami, a student from St.Anthony's Higher Secondary School bagged the top spot in HSSLC Science exam with 464 marks. Whereas Pema Lama, a student of B.B.S College Shillong topped the chart from Commerce side with 434 marks.
Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) first started in 1974, but after 1996, when the University (NEHU) discontinued the Pre-University Course, it was taken over by the Board, since then all the financial matters, relating with SSLC and HSSLC branch were being dealt by the Board itself.
Due to the increasing number of students per year, the work load is also increased. After 1996, the Board is handling all the academic matters related with framing of syllabus for all the classes, including SSLC and HSSLC.