Meghalaya 10th Result 2021 will be announced tentatively in the month of June 2021. Meghalaya Board Of School Education (MBOSE) will release the Meghalaya SSLC Result in online mode. Students will have to enter the candidate Roll Number to get the MBOSE SSLC result 2021. For complete details regarding the Meghalaya 10th result 2021, students may go through the given article.
Meghalaya 10th Result 2021 Dates
The important dates of Meghalaya 10th class result are given in the table below:
|MBOSE SSLC Result 2021||Dates|
|MBOSE SSLC Exam date 2021||19 April to 03 May 2021|
|MBOSE 10th result 2021 release date||Third week of July 2021|
Meghalaya 10th Class Markking Scheme 2021
|Subject name||Theory marks||Internal/Practical marks||Total marks|
|Health education / Computer science||80||20||100|
Tourism/IT/ITES/Healthcare/Electronics/Agriculture/Beauty and Wellness.
|Additional English/Indian Language||80||20||100|
|Science & technology||80||20||100|
Meghalaya 10th Class Results 2021
Meghalaya board 10th Class results are much-awaiting results for students who are pursuing higher studies in Meghalaya state. The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) conducts the secondary school exams for the students of class 10th in Meghalaya every year in the month of February/ March. It regulates and supervises the system of secondary education in this state.
The Meghalaya government body responsible for determining the policy-related administrative cognitive and intellectual directions of the state higher education system. It executed and governs various activities that include devising of courses of study, prescribing syllabus, conducting the examination, granting affiliations to colleges. The board every year conducts 10th and 12th annual examinations.
In the 2019 year, More than 50 thousand of students have appeared for Meghalaya 10th Class Exams. These exams were held by Meghalaya Board within the state as per given schedule. Finally, the board is responsible for an announcement of result for all appeared students.
Details Given On MBOSE SSLC Result 2021
- Name of the student
- Roll number
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Subject- wise marks
- Total Marks
- Result- Pass/ Fail
How to Check MBOSE SSLC Result 2021?
The procedure of checking the MBOSE SSLC Result is given below.
- Step 1. Visit the Board website http://megresults.nic.in
- Step 2. Search for “SSLC Results 2021” link and click on it.
- Step 3. Enter the student roll number in a specified field & hit the submit button.
- Step 4. The results will be displayed on the screen.
- Step 5. Take a print out of the result for further use.
How to Check MBOSE 10th Result Via SMS?
The procedure for checking the 10th result is given below.
- Type <MBOSE10>space<Roll No> and send to 56263
- Type <MBOSE10>space<Roll No> and send to 5676750
- Type MG10 <Roll No> and send to 52070
Meghalaya Class 10 Compartment Exam 2021
Those candidates who do not qualify the examinations get a second chance to appear on the Compartment examinations. Meghalaya Board Of School Education (MBOSE) is going to give 5 attempts to clear it. However, for this, the candidate have to apply with the private candidate in the month of October. Admit card for this are going to be issued in the month of February along with others. The examination is going to be commenced in March. The examination of students is going to be arranged with regular students only. There will be no separate examination for this. Students have to pay a fee of total Rs. 920 as the fees.
SSLC 10th Results Statistics 2021
Candidates can take a look upon the results/ performances through the statistics below:
- No. of candidates applied – 51337
- No. of candidates appeared – 50081
- No. of students passed in 6 subjects – 13334
- No. of students passed in 5 subjects – 11861
- Total no. of students passed – 25195
- Pass percentage – 50.31
Last Year Statistics of Meghalaya Board SSLC Result
The statistics of SSLC Board Result is given below in the table.
|Year||Total number of students appeared||Total number of students passed||Overall passing percentage|
The important instructions regarding MBOSE 10th result 2021 are given below:
- The result will bereleased in July 2021.
- The authority releases the result in online mode on the official website.
- Candidates can check the result name wise, roll number wise or school wise.
- Candidates may keep their roll number safe for further use.
- Also, the candidate may note that the board will not send the hardcopy of result to any candidate.
- Candidates will have to collect the original mark sheet after few days from their school.
- In case of any mistake, the candidate may contact the board immediately.
Meghalaya 10th Result 2021 Highlights
The detailed information regarding the Meghalaya 10th Result is given below in the table.
|Article category||Meghalaya Board 10th Result 2021|
|Result||SSLC (10th Class)/ Intermediate|
|Conducting authority||Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE)|
|Board Type||State Board|
|Date of exam||First – Third week of March 2021|
|Subjects||English, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Studies, Additional Language, Comp. Sci/ Health Education|
|Date of result announcement||Third week of July 2021|
|Mode of exam||Offline|
What is the minimum passing mark of Meghalaya Board SSLC result 2021?
According to the minimum passing criteria set by MBOSE, a student must secure a minimum of 33% marks in each of the individual subjects to be declared pass in the Meghalaya Board 10th result 2021.
What if a student is not satisfied with the marks obtained in the Meghalaya Board 10th result 2021?
In case a student feels that his/her efforts have not been truly justified in the Meghalaya SSLC result 2021, then s/he can apply for rechecking or re-evaluation facility offered by the MBOSE.
Where can I apply for rechecking/re-evaluation of MBOSE 10th result 2021?
The form for rechecking and re-evaluation of Meghalaya Board 10th result 2021 will be made available on the official website of the Board. Students willing to apply for the same will be required to fill in the form along with paying the requisite fee.