MBSE HSLC Result 2019 - The Mizoram Board of Secondary Education (MBSE) will declare the result of Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) in the first week of May, 2019. MBSE HSLC result will be available online. To check the result, candidates have to enter their roll number and registration number. The marksheet will mention details like subject-wise, total marks, division as well as candidate’s personal details. MBSE conducts the Mizoram HSLC exams in March every year.
Last year, in 2018 HSLC result was declared on May 3, 2018 for which the exams were conducted from March 1 to March 23, 2018. It is expected to follow the same trend this year also. Scroll down to know the important dates, steps to download result and pevious year statistics.
Mizoram Board Result 2019 for Class 10 – Dates
The table below mentions the exam and result dates relating to MBSE HSLC result. Mark these on calendar to keep a track of important events related to Mizoram Board
Important dates related to Result of MBSE HSLC
MBSE HSLC exam
Declaration of the result
How to check MBSE HSLC Result 2019?
MBSE will declare HSLC result on its official website. However, the link to check the result of MBSE HSLC is provided on this page. The steps to check the result are explained below.
Steps to check MBSE HSLC Result
Click on the link ‘Mizoram HSLC Result 2019’. (Link will be activated after the declaration of result)
Candidates have to enter roll number and registration number
Submit the entered information by clicking the ‘Find Result’ button
The result will appear in the screen
Save and take a printed copy of MBSE 10th result 2019 for record
The snapshot of MBSE HSLC result login window is given below for reference of candidates.
Mizoram Board 10th Class Result- Attributes
The following details are included in Mizoram HSLC 2019 result.
Date of birth
Subject-wise marks secured in theory and practical
Mizoram MBSE HSLC Result – Provision of Grace marks
The tabulator can add upto 2 marks in a particular subject to pass the candidates in that subject. Upto four marks can be awarded in the additional subject to pass the candidate. Grace marks of upto 12 is awarded in the following cases:
If a candidate fails in one subject, then grace marks can be added to make their score 33 % .For eg: 22 + 4 = 26, 14+ 12 = 26, etc. in case the full mark is 80.
If a candidate fails in two subjects, then the grace marks can be distributed between two subjects to make their scores 33 % respectively. For e.g: 23 + 3 = 26 and 17 + 9 = 26 and 18 + 8 = 26, etc. in case the full mark is 80.
Mizoram Board Result – Statistics
The table below shows the previous years’ result statistics of MBSE HSLC.
Result Statistics of MBSE HSLC
Overall Pass %
Girls’ Pass %
Boys’ Pass %
Total No. of Students Appeared