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MBSE HSLC result 2017 declared; Check it here

The Mizoram Board of Secondary Education (MBSE) which is responsible for conducting 10th and 12th examination in the state has declared the results of the Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) on May 2

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The Mizoram Board of Secondary Education (MBSE) which is responsible for conducting 10th and 12th examination in the state has declared the results of the Higher School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) on May 2. The link for is now active on government website.

MBSE conducted these exams on March 2 with English paper and ended on March 16 with Health Education/Computer . Large number of students appeared for the examinations.

The Mizoram Board of Secondary Education is the main academic authority for management of school education in the state of Mizoram. The Board was setup in 1975 under the Mizoram Board of School Education Act. As part of its responsibilities, the Mizoram Board conducts state-level High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations.

Like and ICSE, Mizoram Board of Secondary Education offers streams like Arts, Science, Commerce, General and Vocational courses. MBSE HSLC result 2017 are important for the students as the admission session for various schools, university will start across the country and students are needed to provide their results for getting admission.

Many students from Mizoram appears for IIT-JEE, NEET and other national entrance test for admission. For them, it is crucial to have result on time.

Steps to check Mizoram MBSE HSLC result 2017

  1. Visit the official website (mbse.edu.in)

2. On the homepage, go to the “Results” section

3. A new page will open

4. Enter your exam roll number and date of birth (DOB)

5. Submit the entered information.

6. Save your Mizoram HSLC result 2017.

7. Take a printed copy of your MBSE 10th results 2017 for record.

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