The Board of Secondary Education, Assam has declared the Class 10 or Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination 2018 results on Friday. Around 54.44 percent students have qualified the SEBA SSLC Exam 2018. The HSLC examinations began on February 16 and concluded on March 8 this year while the practical examinations were held on January 24 and 27. Students can check their results on board’s official website sebaonline.org. Students can also check their results on resultsassam.nic.in, and assamresult.in. Students will have to click on the link for HSLC result and key in the required details on the login page that opens to access the results.
Top 3 in English Medium:
1. Raktim Bhuyan (593 out of 600)
2. Arbi Chaliha (591 out of 600)
3. Hritick Shyam Saikia (590 out of 600)
More than 300,000 students who appeared for the HSLC Examination are able to check their res on the official website. Students can download and print their mark sheet from the official website. They can get information about the division and subject-wise marks. The hard copy of mark-sheet and pass certificate will be available in examination centres across all the districts of the state from 11am.
- Total number of students appeared: 1,75,976
- Total passed: 95,813
- First Division: 31,562
- Second Class: 41,195
- Third Class: 22,956
The 2018 SEBA Class 10 exam was held in two sessions: the morning session from 9 am to 11 am and the afternoon session from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm. This year, nearly 3,56,707 students gave the HSLC examination that was conducted from February 16 to March 8, 2018, at around 850 test centers across the state. Last year, the SEBA declared the result for Class 10 board exam on May 31. In the examination, out of 3.91 lakh, close to 3.80 lakh students appeared in the exam. About 54,955 students passed the examination in first division whereas 80,197 students got second division and 43,522 students third division. In 2017, amidst rumours of question paper leak, the Assam SEBA Class 10 HSLC exam 2017 was rescheduled by the Board of Secondary Education (SEBA), Assam.
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