Months after conducting Class 10th examinations, The Board of Secondary Education, Manipur (BSEM) is expected to announce Manipur BSEM Class 10th HSLC result 2018 by May 10, reported TOI. Once declared, the Manipur HSLC Result 2018 will be made available at the official result website of the board – manresults.nic.in.
Manipur BSEM Class 10th HSLC examination 2018 were held from February 20 to March 17. This year, about 35,000 candidates have appeared for the Class X High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examinations.
Last year, the Manipur HSLC Result 2018 were announced on June 3, 2017. Out of total about 35,000 students who had appeared, a significant number of students had passed the exam. The marks of Class 10th will be used for admission into 10+2 in the state.
Once declared, students can follow the following instructions to check their result smoothly.
Steps to check Manipur HSLC Result 2018, BSEM Class 10 results
Step 1: Go to the official result website of BSEM results at manresults.nic.in
Step 2: On the exam page, under the name of the examination, click on Manipur HSLC Result 2018 link
Step 3: Now enter your Roll number/registration number
Step 4: Once you submit the details, the result will be shown on the screen
Step 5: You can download it or a get a print copy for future reference
About Board of Secondary Education, Manipur
The Board of Secondary Education, Manipur was established by an Act of Manipur Legislative Assembly in 1972. By the amendment of the Act in 2004, besides the academic activities, the prescription of conditions for granting recognition of standard I and VIII was also entrusted to the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur.
At present 786 high and higher secondary schools (226 Government, 103 Government aided and 457 Private) are affiliated to the Board for certification at end of secondary stage i.e. class X. The schools in the state are either managed by the government or by private bodies. Besides the conduct of examination at the end of class X, the development of curriculum and syllabus, preparation, printing, and distribution of textbooks for the class I to X are also done by the Board. The Board conducts public examination at the end of class X for the courses studied in class X only. The Board does not conduct any other public examination.