Assam HSLC AHM exam results 2018: The Board of Higher Secondary, Assam declared the results of Class 10 or Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination 2018 on Friday.
The Board of Secondary Education, Assam declared the results of Class 10 or Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination 2018 on Friday. The HSLC examination in the state began on February 16 and concluded on March 8 this year. The practical exams took place on January 24 and 27.
The direct link is given here to check the results: https://results.sebaonline.org/
More than three lakh students had sat for the Class 10 or HSLC Examinations this year. Students can download and print their mark sheet from the 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 district of the state from 11 am.
Assam HSLC results: Highlights
- Raktim Bhuyan of Moonlit High School from Sonitpur became the state topper scoring 593 marks out of a total of 600.
- This year the pass percentage is 56.04% compared to 47.94% last year – a leap of nearly 8%.
- 189,191 students out of total 337,570 who sat for the examination have passed.
- Assam Class 10 or HSLC examination result declared.
Students can also check their results on sebaonline.org, resultsassam.nic.in, assamresult.in. Examinees 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. Since the official website is running slow, students may have to wait a while and try again to access results.
Students can also access their results by clicking the link: https://www.livehindustan.com/career/results/assam-board-result/?lang=eng or through mobile phones also via SMS.
The results of the Class 12 exams which was held by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council will be declared on May 30 by the board.
In 2017, the results were declared on May 31 and 47.94% students passed the Class 10 exams, SEBA’s controller of examinations Nayan Jyoti Sarmah said.