NBSE HSLC and HSSLC Result 2020: Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) will announce the result for HSLC (class 10) and HSSLC (class 12) exams today on its official website ‘nbsenagaland.com’ late afternoon. About 22,393 students applied to appear in the HSLC examination, while 15,461 students in HSSLC. The board exam was concluded on March 4. The results will also be available at the app and can also be accessed by sending SMS to the mobile number- 56070.
To check class 10 results (HSLC), students can send NB10<space>roll number to 56070 and or type RESULT <space> NBSE10<space>roll number to 56750.
To check class 12 results (HSSLC), students can either type RESULT <space> NBSE10<space>roll number to 56750 or type NB12<space>roll number and send it to 56070.
Students can also download the mark sheet and marks online at indiaresults.com or results.shikha.
How to check the NBSE HSSLC result 2020 or NBSE HSLC Result 2020?
- Visit the official website at nbsenagaland.com
- On the homepage, click on the link available to check NBSE HSLC Result 2020 or NBSE HSSLC result 2020, according to student’s specification area.
- Enter credentials and log in
- The result will appear on the display screen
- Download the result.
Nagaland HSLC Exam was held from February 14 to 26, 2020 whereas Nagaland HSSLC Exam was scheduled from February 13– March 4, 2020. The result declaration is on the same date.
According to the previous year’s data on the official website of the NBSC, Nagaland Board of School Education, about84.76 per cent students qualified the HSLC examination 2019 from the state board private schools and 43.32 per cent students qualified from the state government schools.
In case of Nagaland Board HSSLC 2019 examination, about82.43 students qualified from the private institutions and 76.24 per cent students qualified from the government institutions from the Arts Stream. In the science stream, data claimed that 86.77 per cent students qualified from private institutions and 72.48 per cent students qualified from the government institutions. With respect to the Commerce stream, however, 80.34 per cent students qualified from private institutions and 87.27 per cent students qualified from government institutions.