MBOSE HSSLC Result 2023: The Meghalaya 12th grade results for all three disciplines (Science, Commerce, and Vocational) have been released. This year, the Science stream has an aggregate pass rate of 78.84%. The aggregate pass rate for the commerce stream is 79.31%. The pass rate for the vocational track is 93.75 percent.
From March 15 to March 30, 2023, the Meghalaya HSSLC examinations for all four disciplines (science, arts, commerce, and vocational) were administered at various exam centres across the state. The exam was administered in a single session, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
On May 26, 2022, the Meghalaya Class 12 results were announced. In the Science stream, 2,981 candidates took the HSSLC exam, of which 2,135 (or 71.62%) passed. The pass rate for regular pupils was 73.79 percent. The commerce pass rate was 85.65 percent. Candidates can visit the MBOSE website for additional relevant information.
In the Science stream, 2,981 candidates took the HSSLC examinations last year. There were 2,135 candidates who were declared successful, for a passing rate of 71.62 percent. The pass rate for regular students was 73.79 percent, while the pass rate for students in the Vocational Stream was 100 percent.
Students will need to visit the official websites of the board and input their roll number and other required information in order to view their Class 12 MBOSE results. Once the results have been displayed on the screen, students are instructed to download and print a copy for future use.
Here’s the direct link to check the result
Steps to check Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) HSSLC (Class 12) results:
- Visit the MBOSE website at mbose.in or megresults.nic.in for more information.
- Click the link labelled “MBOSE HSSLC (12th Class) Results 2023.”
- Select the stream whose results you wish to view: Science, Arts, or Commerce.
- Input your roll number in the field provided.
- Simply click the “Submit” option.
- The outcome will be presented on the screen.
- Examine your scores and obtain the final grade.
- Make a copy of the output for future reference.