HSLC 10th Result: Assam HSLC Class 10th result declared; check score on sebaonline.org
The Assam Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) released the Assam HSLC Class 10th Board examination results today.
The Assam Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) released its Class 10th examination results today, according to a media report. Students can check their results at the board's official website: sebaonline.org from 9 am. Students can collect their mark sheets from their respective schools from 11 am.
According to The Times of India, Raktim Bhuyan topped the exam (in English medium) by securing 593 out of 600 during the exam. This year, 54.44 percent (95,813 of the 1,75,976) students cleared the SEBA Board Class 10th HSLC/AHM examination 2018. Though low, the pass percentage was better than 2017 when the overall pass percentage stood at 47.49 percent.
According to the report, 31,562 students achieved first division, 41,195 students passed in second divison whereas 22,956 students passed in third division in the examination.
Here's how you can check your grades:
- Log on to the official website of SEBA — sebaonline.org.
- Click on HSLC results 2017.
- Fill in the required details.
- Download the result and take a print for future reference.
Last year, the results were declared on 31 May 2017. Over three lakh students had appeared for the SEBA HSLC Class 10 exam 2017. Of the 3,80,733 students who appeared for the exam, 54,955 students passed in first division, 80,197 students passed in second division, and 43,522 in third division. Parthapratim Bhuyan of Jatiya Vidyalaya topped the examination, scoring 589 of 600 marks, MoneyControl reported.
UPSC CSE 2022 Results: Candidates with same name, roll number claim rank 44
Tushar Kumar from Bihar asserted that he had indeed participated in the personality test on 8 May, and the Tushar Kumar from Rewari made similar assertions
CISCE ICSE, ISC Result 2023: Apply for rechecking of answer sheets; steps to register
According to the official circular released by CISCE, students can request for a review of their exam papers by opting for the rechecking option on the official website - cisce.org
Farmer's son excels in CBSE results 2023 with 97.4%, aims to crack civil services
Deep Singh Bhadauria hails from Madhya Pradesh's Bhind and has become the district topper this year