About MBOSE SSLC 2020

MBOSE SSLC 2020- Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) organizes the MBOSE SSLC exam in the state. The application forms for MBOSE SSLC 2020 exams were accepted in offline mode through respective schools. Students who have passed class 9 exams can apply for Meghalaya SSLC exams. Here are the highlights of MBOSE 10th exams:

  • The MBOSE SSLC 2020 routine has been released on December 20, 2020.
  • The MBOSE 10th theory exams will be held from March 4 to 16, 2020.
  • All the exams of Meghalaya SSLC 2020 will be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm.
  • Students must solve the MBOSE previous year question papers to have hands-on with the exam pattern and marking scheme. 
  • The admit cards of MBOSE SSLC 2020 will be issued in the month of February 2020 through respective schools. 
  • The Result of MBOSE class 10 exams will be declared in the last week of May 2020.
  • Students can check their MBOSE SSLC 2020 result in online mode by entering roll number.

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Highlights

Full Exam Name Meghalaya Board of Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination
Short Exam Name MBOSE SSLC
Conducting Body Meghalaya Board of School Education
Frequency of Conduct Once a year
Exam Level Matriculate
Languages Assamese, Bengali +5 More
Mode of Application Offline / Online
Mode of Exam Offline
Exam Duration 3 Hours

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MBOSE SSLC 2020 Important Dates

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Upcoming Dates and Events

04 Mar, 2020

Exam - English | Mode: Offline

06 Mar, 2020

Exam - Health & physical education/ Health education/ Computer science/Vocational subjects (Tourism, Health care, IT/ITES, Electronics, Agriculture, Beauty and wellness) | Mode: Offline

09 Mar, 2020

Exam - Science and technology | Mode: Offline

11 Mar, 2020

Exam - Indian languages (Khasi, Garo, Assamese, Bengali, Nepali, Urdu, and Mizo)/ Additional english | Mode: Offline

13 Mar, 2020

Exam - Social studies/ Social sciences | Mode: Offline

16 Mar, 2020

Exam - Mathematics | Mode: Offline

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education sets guidelines which a student must qualify to be eligible for Meghalaya SSLC exam. The eligibility criteria for MBOSE SSLC 2020 is given below:

  1. The student must have cleared class 9 from school affiliated by a board.
  2. The student should be currently studying in class 10 of a school affiliated to MBOSE.

  3. A student must maintain a minimum required attendance in the current academic year of class 12 as specified by the board.

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Application Process

Mode of Application : Online and Offline

  • The students can download MBOSE 10th class application form from official website or they can collect the same from respective school authorities. 
  • Now fill the form appropriately, paste recent photograph and attach the required documents.
  • Then submit MBOSE SSLC exam form 2020 to the respective school authority and pay the requisite fees.

MBOSE SSLC 2020 fees structure

Candidate Type

Fees for Meghalaya SSLC 2020 (in rupees)

Regular candidate 

  • Examination fees -  Rs. 280
  • Mark sheet fees -  Rs. 150
  • Certificate fees -  Rs. 150
  •  Admit card fees -  Rs. 80
  •  Centre fees -  Rs. 170

 Total  =  Rs. 830

Regular(unaffiliated School), non-regular and private candidate

  • Examination fees - Rs. 280
  • Mark sheet fees -  Rs. 150
  • Certificate fees -  Rs. 150
  • Admit card fees -  Rs. 80
  • Centre fees -  Rs. 170
  •  Permission fees - Rs. 220

  Total =    Rs. 1050.00

Compartmental candidates-opted to appear only in fail subjects

  •  Examination fees - Rs.150
  • Mark sheet fees -  Rs. 150
  • Certificate fees -  Rs. 150
  • Admit card fees - Rs. 80
  • Centre fees -  Rs. 170
  • Permission fees - Rs.220

Total =    Rs.920.00

MBOSE SSLC E-books and Sample Papers

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Syllabus


English: Unit 01
English: Unit 02
English: Unit 03
Rapid reader
English: Unit 04
Grammar and composition

Additional english+

Additional english: Unit 01
Additional english: Unit 02
Additional english: Unit 03
Additional english: Unit 04
Additional english: Unit 05

Assamese (MIL)+

Assamese (MIL): Unit 01
Assamese (MIL): Unit 02
Assamese (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Assamese (MIL): Unit 04
Assamese (MIL): Unit 05
Assamese (MIL): Unit 06

Bengali (MIL)+

Bengali (MIL): Unit 01
Bengali (MIL): Unit 02
Bengali (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Bengali (MIL): Unit 04
Bengali (MIL): Unit 05

Garo (MIL)+

Garo (MIL): Unit 01
Garo (MIL): Unit 02
Garo (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Garo (MIL): Unit 04
Garo (MIL): Unit 05
Garo (MIL): Unit 06

Hindi (MIL)+

Hindi (MIL): Unit 01
Hindi (MIL): Unit 02
Hindi (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Hindi (MIL): Unit 04
Hindi (MIL): Unit 05
Composition (a) Essay

Khasi (MIL)+

Khasi (MIL): Unit 01
Khasi (MIL): Unit 02
Khasi (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Khasi (MIL): Unit 04
Grammar and composition

Mizo (MIL)+

Mizo (MIL): Unit 01
Hla (Poetry)
Mizo (MIL): Unit 02
Thu (Prose)
Mizo (MIL): Unit 03
Mizo grammar
Mizo (MIL): Unit 04
Thawnthu tawi (rapid reader)

Nepali (MIL)+

Nepali (MIL): Unit 01
Nepali (MIL): Unit 02
Nepali (MIL): Unit 03
Rapid reader
Nepali (MIL): Unit 04
Grammar and composition

Urdu (MIL)+

Urdu (MIL): Unit 01
Urdu (MIL): Unit 02
Urdu (MIL): Unit 03
Urdu (MIL): Unit 04
Life History
Urdu (MIL): Unit 05


Mathematics: Unit 01
Number systems
Mathematics: Unit 02
Mathematics: Unit 03
Co-ordinate geometry
Mathematics: Unit 04
Mathematics: Unit 05
Geometry and construction
Mathematics: Unit 06
Mathematics: Unit 07
Statistics and probability

Science and technology+

Science and technology: Unit 01
Science and technology: Unit 02
Science and technology: Unit 03

Social science+

Social science: Unit 01
Social science: Unit 02
Social science: Unit 03
Social science: Unit 04
Geography (Including map works and disaster management)

Health and physical education+

Health and physical education: Unit 01
Growth and development
Health and physical education: Unit 02
Health and physical education: Unit 03
Consumer education
Health and physical education: Unit 04
International health
Health and physical education: Unit 05
Life skills education

Computer science+

Computer science: Unit 01
Computer fundamentals
Computer science: Unit 02
Internet basics
Computer science: Unit 03
Object oriented programming I – C++
Computer science: Unit 04
Object oriented programming II – Java
Computer science: Unit 05
Societal impacts of IT – II

Environmental education+

Environmental education: Unit 01
Restoring balance in ecosystem
Environmental education: Unit 02
Environmental education: Unit 03
Issues of the environment
Environmental education: Unit 04
Striving for a better environment

Creative expression

Work education+

Work education: Unit 01
Work education: Unit 02
Commercial art
Work education: Unit 03
Tie and dye
Work education: Unit 04
Interior decoration
Work education: Unit 05
Work education: Unit 06
Work education: Unit 07
Puppet making
Work education: Unit 08
Work education: Unit 09
Working with leather
Work education: Unit 10
Chemical technology
Work education: Unit 11
Designing and stitching
Work education: Unit 12
Community service: adult literacy program
Work education: Unit 13
Food preservation
Work education: Unit 14
Electrical gadget
Work education: Unit 15
Computer: making a web page

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Preparation Tips

Here are some preparation tips to help you score better in MBOSE SSLC 2020 exams:

  • Cover Whole Syllabus: Students must go through the complete syllabus as prescribed by the board without skipping on any topic. Divide your time well for preparation and revision. Analyze one's weak areas and work on them.
  • Practice Question Papers: Once the whole syllabus is covered, start practising the previous year question papers to have a better idea of exam pattern. It also reduces your exam day stress. Moreover, they can be downloaded and practised as many times as required.
  • Eat Healthily: Student must eat a balanced diet to avoid falling ill. Do not skip any meals. Also, take breaks in between to keep your mind and body fresh.
  • Exercise: Students must also exercise and play some games regularly as it helps a lot in de-stressing.
  • Meghalaya board prescribes the exam pattern along with syllabus and marking scheme for SSLC exam. 
  • The theory exam for every subject is held for a duration of 3 hours. 
  • All subject except vocational subjects carries 100 marks(each) in total, out of which, 80 marks are allotted for theory exam and 20 marks are fixed for internal assessment.

MBOSE SSLC exam pattern 2020 (subject-wise)

Subject nameTheory marks Internal/Practical marksTotal marks
Additional English/Indian Language8020100
Science & technology8020100
Social science8020100
Health education / Computer science8020100
Vocational subjects:
Tourism/IT/ITES/Healthcare/Electronics/Agriculture/Beauty and Wellness.

MBOSE SSLC 2020 Admit Card

  • The admit card of Meghalaya 10th exams will be released in the second week of February 2020. 
  • Students can collect their MBOSE SSLC 2020 exam hall tickets from respective schools.
  • The admit card is an important document to sit for the examination. 
  • No student is allowed to enter the exam hall without the admit card. 
  • It mentions student name, roll number, centre name and address, exam schedule and examination instruction.

Documents Required at Exam

  • Admit card
  • School ID

MBOSE will announce SSLC result 2020 in the last week of May 2020. The result will be made available online along the facility to download certificates. Students can check Meghalaya SSLC 2020 result by entering the roll number in the result window. A list of top 20 candidates and subject toppers list is also published along with the result. Students can also check the result of Meghalaya SSLC via SMS.

Here are the simple steps to view MBOSE SSLC 2020 Result online:

  • Open the official website: results.mbose.in.
  • Click on the link that says 'Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination, 2020 Result'.
  • Select SSLC from the drop-down list, then choose 2020 as exam year.
  • Enter roll number in the next field and submit it.
  • MBOSE SSLC 2020 result will open on the screen.

Qualifying Marks Trend

Year Category Cutoff
2019 General PWD 30

General Information

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Question: Can I apply for MBOSE SSLC exams?


Students who have passed class 9 and studying in class 10 can apply for MBOSE SSLC 2020 exams through respective schools. 

Question: What are the passing marks of Meghalaya SSLC 2020 exams?


30 out of 100 marks are the passing marks for each subject of MBOSE 10th exams. 

Question: Where can I download MBOSE SSLC admit card?


Students can collect their admit card from respective schools in the month of February 2020.

Question: Can I transfer my marks from MBOSE to other board?


MBOSE students who have passed in at least one subject can apply for NIOS admission(under TOC) to get their marks transferred to NIOS from MBOSE. 

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