NBSE HSLC 2018

nbse hslcNBSE HSLC 2018 - Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) administers NBSE class 10th exam every year. This year, NBSE HSLC 2018 was held from March 9 to 21, 2018. The Board is expected to declare the result of Nagaland 10th 2018 in the fourth week of May 2018. Candidates who appeared for the exam will be able to check their result using their roll number. They will also be able to check their result via SMS by sending a text message to the specified phone number. NBSE HSLC result 2018 will comprise details such as candidate’s name, roll number, subject wise marks and grades, qualifying status of the student, etc. The downloaded result is provisional and the Board will provide candidates with original mark sheets soon after the online result is declared. Students will have to visit their respective schools to collect their original mark sheets. In case of any discrepancies, students can apply for re-scrutiny or photocopy of the answer script along with requisite fee. Read the article given below for complete information on NBSE HSLC 2018 such as important dates, link and procedure to check result, details on re-scrutiny of result, datesheet and examination fee among others.

 

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Overview

Name of Exam

Nagaland 10th Board

Commonly Known as

NBSE HSLC

Exam Level

State level

Conducting Authority

Nagaland Board of School Education

Mode of Exam

Offline

Exam category

Matriculation

Time duration

3 hours (2 hours for vocational)

NBSE HSLC 2018 - Datesheet

The time table of NBSE HSLC 2018 is available online in the Board’s official website. The exam was conducted as scheduled and the result is likely to be declared on time.Nagaland Board class 10 datesheet of 2018 and other important dates have been provided in the table below:

 

Events and dates of Nagaland Board class 10 exam

S.No.

Event of NBSE HSLC result 2018

Important Dates

1

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Social Sciences

March 9, 2018

2

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Science

March 12, 2018

3

NBSE HSLC 2018 – English

March 14, 2018

4

NBSE HSLC 2018 –

Second Language:

Tenyidie/ Ao/ Sumi/ Lotha/ Hindi/ Bengali/ Alternative English

March 16, 2018

5

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Mathematics

March 19, 2018

6

NBSE HSLC 2018 –

Sixth/ Vocational subjects:

FIT/ Music/ Home Science/ BK & Accountancy/ Environmental Education

IT*(Vocational)/ TT*(Vocational)

March 21, 2018

7

NBSE HSLC Result 2018

Fourth week of May 2018

 

NBSE HSLC Result 2018

NBSE will release Nagaland HSLC result 2018 in the fourth week of May 2018. Candidates can check NBSE class 10th result online using their roll number and the link to check the same will be provided here as soon as it is declared. NBSE 10th Board result will include name of the candidate, roll number, subject-wise marks and qualifying status among others. Students will be able to collect original mark sheets from their respective schools, soon after online declaration of result.

 

How to download NBSE HSLC Result 2018

Step-by-step procedure to download Nagaland 10th Board result 2018 has been given below:

  • Click on the link NBSE HSLC result 2018 to be provided here.

  • Candidates will be redirected to a page where they have to submit their roll number. NBSE class 10th result will appear on the screen.

  • Download and printout NBSE HSLC 2018 result. This downloaded result is provisional and must be retained until the issue of original mark sheets.

NBSE HSLC Result 2018 via SMS

Nagaland Board provides the facility to check NBSE class 10 result via SMS. To do so, candidates have to type NBSE10<space>Roll Number and send it to 54242. Thereafter, the board will send NBSE HSLC result 2018 to candidates in the form of a text message.

Details Mentioned in NBSE HSLC Result 2018

NBSE HSLC 2018 result consists of the following details:

  • Name of the candidate

  • Roll number

  • Subjects which candidate has appeared in

  • Marks secured in each subject

  • Qualifying status

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Verification of marks

Candidates will be able to report errors in mark-sheets or request for re-scrutiny to the institution/ centre. They can request for rectification within 30 days and re-scrutiny can be applied for within 15 days from the date of online publication of NBSE HSLC result 2018. While applying for re-scrutiny, students have to provide their phone numbers in the application and submit it along with original copies of mark-sheet and admit card. The Board will declare the result of re-scrutiny 40 days after the online result is released. Any change in marks/ grades will be informed to the concerned school through an authorised official of the Board. Xerox of answer-scripts will be provided only to candidates who apply for re-scrutiny along with the prescribed fee. The details of fees to be paid for this purpose are given below:

 

Details of fee

Request Type

Fee per subject

Re-scrutiny

Rs. 500/-

Re-scrutiny with answer-script

Rs. 1000/-

 

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Grading System

The Board follows a relative grading on a nine-point scale to determine the grades to be awarded to candidates in NBSE HSLC. The grading system of NBSE HSLC 2018 will depend on the performance (per subject) of all candidates who appear for the exam. Grades A+, A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2 are awarded to candidates who score 40% or more marks in each subject. Those securing below 40% marks are awarded D and E grades. To make it clearer, details of the relative grading system that is followed by Nagaland Board while declaring NBSE HSLC result 2018 has been given below:

Grading system in NBSE HSLC 2018

Percentage of students securing over 40%

Grade

Top 1%

A+

Next 5%

A1

Next 12%

A2

Next 16%

B1

Next 23%

B2

Next 23%

C1

Next 20%

C2

Marks Range (Candidates securing below 40%)

Grade

39 - 20

D

19 - 0

E

 

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Subjects

Students who appeared for NBSE HSLC had to sit for Social Sciences, Science, English and Mathematics papers apart from the second language, sixth subject and vocational papers. The second language (optional) papers include Tenyidie, Ao, Sumi, Lotha, Hindi, Bengali and Alternative English whereas students could choose from FIT, Music, Home Science, BK & Accountancy and Environmental Education for the sixth subject paper. The vocational subjects include IT and TT.

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Eligibility Criteria

In order to be eligible for appearing NBSE HSLC exam, candidates have to clear the 9th standard and must have studied their 10th class in an institution affiliated to the Board. They must have had the required percentage of attendance in their duration of study in the 10th standard and must have cleared their dues, including payment of examination fee. Only students who received their admit cards were allowed to sit for NBSE HSLC 2018.

NBSE HSLC 2018 – Examination Fees

As per the revised fee structure, students had to pay an amount of Rs. 900 while applying for NBSE HSLC 2018. The examination fee was same for all categories of candidates appearing for the exam.

NBSE HSLC – Statistical Overview

As per the statistics of previous years, NBSE saw a drop in the total number of candidates appearing for the exam in the last two years. The overall pass percentage increased throughout the years, but dropped in the year 2017. Statistics pertaining to Nagaland Board 10th result 2018 will be updated here as soon as it is released by the NBSE. In the meanwhile, candidates can check the trends related to Nagaland HSLC of previous years in the table below:

 

NBSE HSLC - Trends

Year

Appeared Candidates

Girls Pass Percentage

Boys Pass Percentage

Overall Pass Percentage

2017

19059

75.57

77.27

76.38

2016

-

-

-

-

2015

23639

68.2

70.1

69.2

2014

21678

63.7

66.6

65.2

2013

21310

62.9

64.2

63.5

Source: MHRD (2013 – 15), Official website (2017)

 

About Nagaland Board

Nagaland Board of State Education was established on November 15, 1973 and started functioning from October 1, 1974. The Board held its first HSLC examination in March 1978, appeared by 2008 candidates. NBSE, responsible for conducting secondary examination of the state, declaring its result and preparing the syllabus among others, is composed of ex-officio members, members nominated by the Government and co-opted members.

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