Meghalaya SSLC Results 2017: Meghalaya Secondary School Education Council (SSLC) General, Vocational class 10th result 2017 will declare in the month of May 2017. The Meghalaya 10th board general exam result 2017 (popularly known as MBOSE) came into existence on 1973. It started functioning with the conduct of 11 years HSSLC Examination of 1962. From the year it was established, it started conducting Examinations for both 10th and 12th Board which is the prime requirement for the Higher Education of any candidate. Meghalaya 10th Board Exam Result 2017, Meghalaya Secondary Education Board conducts Examination for all the two groups general and vocational every year. This year 2017 also various of students from Meghalaya appeared in the Examination conducted at all centres of Meghalaya scheduled in the month of March 2017. Now All Students of Meghalaya Board students are waiting for the Meg Board SSLC Results 2017 of the 10th examination, so here we are informing you that MEG 10th Results 2017 will be released in the month of May 2017.
After the announcement of 10th results, those candidates who have doubt for paper correction they can apply for recorrection or revaluation or for recounting exam papers, the MBOSE SSLC 10th results of recorrection or revaluation and recounting results will be released in 10-20 days.
MBOSE SSLC Results 2017: Meghalaya SSLC 10th board will announce the result of class 10th Results 2017 in the month of May 2017 after 04:00 PM. Keep online at that time to check for all relevant students who had appeared for 10th class board examination for higher studies. The exam is conducted in the month of February/March every year. This time lots of candidates have given the exam, and they are waiting for the MBOSE 10th Result 2017 since a long time. The waiting for the result is over now for the students, as the results will be published within few months. Those students who failed in the exam not to worry for that, because they can immediately clear the exam. By applying in the advanced supplementary exam, they can clear the exam. This exam is held in the month of May or June every year. Those students who cleared the exam, they have to work hard for JEE Main Exam or others exam like eamcet, set, etc. to crack that and take admission to the colleges or courses which they have decided.
From the last four years, the resulting system is changed by the board. They display grades. Instead of a percentage. So here is the evaluation of percentage according to the grades.
Percentage according to the grades:
- If candidate gets 75% or above: Grade – A
- If candidate gets 60 – 75%: Grade – B
- If candidate gets 50 – 60%: Grade – C
- If candidate gets 35 – 50%: Grade – D
MBOSE SSLC Result Pass Percentages Statistics of Previous Years:
|Year||Over All Pass Percentage %||Boys Pass Percentage (%)||Girls Pass Percentage (%)||No of students appeared for examination|
Board Of Secondary School Education – Meghalaya State:
Shri Kiran Ch. Deka, Controller of Examinations in the Secondary Education Board of Assam, was appointed as Secretary of Meghalaya Board of School Education on deputation, and Shri Deka took charge as the first full-time Secretary of Meghalaya Board of School Education on 11th December 1973. The Meghalaya Board of School Education Office started functioning in the Office of the Director of Public Instruction, Shillong. The Board under the able guidance and administration of Shri Deka, supported by only a skeleton staff, successfully conducted the first High School Leaving Certificate Examination, 1973, under the new Board, the results of which were announced in the first part of 1974.
In 1974, as per the decision of the Meghalaya Government, the Board was shifted to Tura, and it started functioning in the Industrial Training Institute building at Araimile, Tura. Then in 1975, during the Chairmanship of Shri V.S. Java, I.A.S., DPI, the Board Office was shifted from the I.T.I. Building to the Government Boys’ Multi Purpose School Boys’ Hostel at Tura Chandmary. When Shri K.C. Deka returned to his parent department on the completion of his deputation, Shri S.C. Saha, Principal of the Government M. P. School, Tura, who was on deputation to the Board with effect from 19th January 1976.
After publishing the MBOSE SSLC Result 2017 Class 10 for all subjects, at that time everyone wants to check their MBOSE SSLC 10th Result 2017, Meghalaya Board Matric Result 2017, MBOSE 10th Result 2017 Online or Live. You can also check your Meghalaya Board MBOSE SSLC 10th Results 2017 name wise, school wise, Roll.No wise, subject wise, district wise and check regular, private, general, vocational and supplementary or compartmental results 2017, After the final announcement of MBOSE Matric 10th Secondary School Results 2017 you can download merit list, marks sheet, memo, topper list and pass percentage analysis and you can check your results through via SMS, Email, Mobile Phones, WhatsApp and Facebook. Keep daily visit here to know Meghalaya Board SSLC 10th Class Result 2017 announcement date, declaration date, releasing date as well as time and exact date of the MBOSE Result 2017.
MBOSE SSLC 10th Results 2017 Information:
- Name of Board: – MBOSE Examination Board
- Name of Examination: – MBOSE Board 10th Class Examination
- Dates of Examination: – 2nd March To 16th March 2017
- Supplementary Exam: – In The Month Of May 2017
- Category: – Meghalaya State SSLC Result 2017
- Status: – Available Soon
- Official site:- meg.allresultsnic.in
How To Check Meg Board SSLC Results 2017:
- Log on to the official website megresults.nic.in.
- Search for the link related to Meghalaya Board Results 2017 in the on the web page
- Click on the link and fill the entries like your Roll Number, Date Of Birth, etc. whatever required
- Submit the details, and your result will be on displayed on your screen
- Download the result and take a printout of it for further use.
All the best to all the students who are appearing for the SSLC or 10th class examinations from us. Prepare your level best and follow good daily routine and study well to get good percentage and marks in the secondary board examinations. Do share this information with your friends and family on Facebook and other social media sites.