The Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BOSEM) is likely to announce Manipur Board class 10 results today. The candidates who have appeared for the examination are asked to keep all the details ready for the fast and easy access to the results. Soon after the formal announcement of the results, the scorecards will be available on the official website of the board i.e. manresults.nic.in. The candidates can also check the results by clicking on the link given below. The Manipur Board class 12 results was announced on May 8.
This year, Manipur Board Class 10th exams were conducted from 17th March - 4th April. The Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) had declared the Class 12 examinations results 2019 on 8 May for students of science, arts and commerce stream. Altogether 28,649 students appeared in the Higher Secondary examinations this year but 21,151 passed the examination. The overall pass percentage is 73.83%.
In the science stream, the pass percentage is 74.87 %. In the arts stream, the pass percentage is 71.59%. In the commerce stream, the pass percentage is 66.62%. The Class 12 examinations were conducted from February 18 to March 20 this year. Last year, the Class 12 examination results were declared on May 3.
Manipur Board 10 Results 2019 – Steps to check
For the convenience of the students, we have mentioned the steps through which they can download the results:
• Visit english.newsnationtv.com/board-results and click on Manipur Board 10th Result
• Click on the link for MBSE 10th Result 2019
• Enter your roll number other important details
• Click on Submit
• Your Manipur Board Class 10 Result will appear on the screen
About Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BSEM)
The BSEM was established with the passing of an Act in 1972 by Manipur Legislative Assembly. Ever since the board came into existence, is has been fulfilling such responsibilities as curriculum or syllabus designing, hosting school examinations and making textbooks available for all standards between Classes I to Class X. In 2009, the BSEM has revised its syllabus for the Class 10 or HSLC programmes. Since then, it has been assigning 20% of the total marks for each subject to internal assessment and adding these internal scores to the total marks is followed by BSEM since 2011. In order to help students showcase better performance in their Class 10 exams, the board has also introduced a special 4-day orientation programme on the evaluation technique and teaching methodology for their existing faculties.