SEBA Class 10 results will be declared on 7th June; informs CM Himanta Biswa Sarma
Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma has announced today that the SEBA Class 10 results will be declared on 7th of June 2022.
The Chief Minister of Assam, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma has announced today that the Board of Secondary Education will release the SEBA Class 10 results on the 7th of June, 2022. This evening CM Sarma took over his Twitter account and informed the date for the announcement of Class 10 results.
This year, the HSLC examinations were held from the 15th of March to the 31st of March, 2022. SEBA had organized the examinations in two shifts, that is the Morning shift from 09:00 AM to12:00 noon and the Afternoon shift from 01:30 PM to 04:30 PM. As per some reports, around 4.31 lakhs of students had appeared in SEBA class 10 examinations this time.
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Here is the tweet from CM Sarma, where he informed all about the declaration of the SEBA Class 10 results of the academic session 2021-22:
How to check the results?
Candidates who have appeared in HSLC examinations this year can check the SEBA Class 10 results by following the steps mentioned below:
- Visit the official website
- Go to the results option given in the top menu bar
- Now, click on the link saying ‘HSLC/AHM Results 2022’
- On the new window, enter your credentials (Roll number, Date of Birth, etc.)
- Check the results and download the same for future references
SEBA Class 10 results 2021
Last year, SEBA declared the cancellation of class 10th board examinations. This decision came in an aftermath of the cancellation of the CBSE board exams. The covid situation in the country was also significantly getting worse and the condition was still grim in a few districts of Assam in the year 2021.
The SEBA Class 10 results for the year 2021 were declared on 30th July 2021. And approximately 4.76 lakhs students had registered for the HSLC examinations. A total of 10,348 candidates got distinction marks (510 and above out of 600 marks), while 20,092 achieved star marks by scoring 450 and above under the evaluation formula adopted for this year. Out of this 88,521 students got first division, whereas 1.6 lakh secured second division. About 1.48 lakh students passed with the third division.
There was no declaration of the names of rank holders in 2021. And in AHM, last year’s pass percentage was 93%, which had significantly risen from 63% in the previous year. Further, a total of 93.10% of candidates had been declared to pass in SEBA HSLC 10th Result 2021. In 2020, the pass percentage was 64.80%, which was the highest in the past five years. The ranking list will be not available this year.
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