January 28, 2021 1:02 am

COHSEM HSE Class 12 result 2018 to be declared at manresults.nic.in

The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) is all set to announce the Manipur COHSEM HSE Class 12 result 2018.

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HSE Class 12 result 2018: The class 12th exams in Manipur were conducted from 19 February – 28 March 2018 and the class 10th examinations were conducted from February 20 until March 17, 2018. Now, The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) which is a state government nodal agency to conduct these examinations is all set to announce the Manipur HSE result 2018.

The Higher Secondary Education (HSE) / Class 12 results will be announced today at manresults.nic.in. All the candidates who have appeared for HSE examination can go to official website to check their scorecard.

The Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur was established in the year 1992 under the provisions of the Manipur Higher Secondary Act, 1992 (Manipur Act 4 of 1992). Prior to the establishment of the Council, the +2 courses in the state were conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur as Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate course in the Higher Secondary Schools and Pre-University course by the Manipur University in the College.

In 2017, the overall pass percentage of class 12 students stood at 68.81 percent. A total of 26,139 students had appeared for the exam, out of which 66 percent boys cleared the exam and 68 percent girls passed the examination.

Manipur HSE result 2018: Check in five easy steps

Go to the official website of COHSEM results at manresults.nic.in

On the exam page, under the name of the examination, click on Manipur HSE result link

Now enter your roll number/registration number and submit

Check your result and download the same for future

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