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Meghalaya Board Releases 10th and 12th Class (Arts) Results

A certificate with a red border and gold text declaring the topper list for the Meghalaya Board SSLC Examination 2024.

The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) declared the results for Class 10 (SSLC) and Class 12 (Arts) examinations today, May 24th, 2024. This announcement marks a crucial milestone for students across Meghalaya, signifying the culmination of their academic efforts. Let’s delve deeper into the details of the results and provide you with valuable resources.

Exam Performance and Pass Percentage

Class 10 (SSLC): A total of 54,134 students appeared for the Class 10 examinations. The MBOSE has announced a pass percentage of 55.80%. This signifies that over 30,208 students have successfully passed the Class 10 exams. Notably, 17,504 students secured a pass in all six subjects, demonstrating a strong foundation in all core areas.

Class 12 (Arts): Details regarding the number of students who appeared for the Class 12 (Arts) exams and the corresponding pass percentage are yet to be officially confirmed by the Meghalaya Board. However, official sources suggest the results are available for download.

Accessing Your Results

Students can access their results through the following methods:

  • MBOSE Official Website: The MBOSE results are available on the official board website at https://www.mbose.in/ and https://megresults.nic.in/sslc_res.asp. Students will need their roll number and password to access their scorecards.
  • Digilocker: Students can also download their results through the Digilocker app or website (https://www.digilocker.gov.in/). To access results via Digilocker, you’ll need to register using your Aadhaar number and create an account.

The results declared today are provisional in nature. Students can collect their original mark sheets and certificates from their schools at a later date.

Students who may not be satisfied with their results can explore options for revaluation or re-examination as per MBOSE guidelines.

The declaration of Class 10 and 12 (Arts) results marks a significant step for students in Meghalaya. For those who have successfully passed, this opens doors to further education and career opportunities. For those who may not have achieved their desired results, support and guidance from teachers, counselors, and family can be crucial in determining the next steps.

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