Highlights of NBSE HSLC and HSSLC result 2019

The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) released HSLC and HSSLC result on May 2, 2019. In HSSLC exam, 74.44% students have passed in Arts stream, 74.68% students have passed in Commerce stream, and 81.37% students have passed in the Science stream. In HSLC examination the pass percentage is 68.29 per cent. Overall, the pass percentage of students from private institutes is better than government schools, as per NDTV report.

Highlights

  • Imtijungla Pongen is the Arts stream topper with 94.40% marks
  • Suhana Begum is Commerce stream topper with 96.00% marks
  • Ananya Kumar das is the Science stream topper with 94.60% marks
  • In Arts stream, the pass percentage in government schools is 76.24% and in private institutes is 82.43%
  • In Commerce stream, the pass percentage in government schools is 87.27% and in private institutes is 80.34%
  • In Science stream, the pass percentage in government schools is 72.48% and for private institutes is 86.77%
  • Wangshitemjen Ozukum from Queen Mary Higher Secondary School, Mokokchung, is the state topper in Class X, while Ohiduz Zaman is the second topper in Class X with 97.50% marks.
  • The pass percentage for Class X in government schools is 43.32%
  • The pass percentage for Class X in private schools is 84.76%

The result is available on the official website and students can check their result using their respective examination roll numbers. The marks sheets, pass certificate and other documents for students who have passed in the examination will be handed over by the board office to heads of institutes tomorrow till M​_ay 7 and students would need to collect their certificates from their respective schools.

The NBSE was set up through an Act by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and received the assent of the Governor on the November 15, 1973. It started functioning from the October 1, 1974, and in March 1975, the Board held its first High School Leaving Certificate Examination at six centres, for 2008 candidates.

In trying to emerge with Nagalan’s own identity, a series of workshops, seminars, trainings, study tour were organised. Subsequently, the state level curriculum committee held its first meeting on the March 30, 1978 which led to a series of workshops to bring out our independent curriculum. The new curriculum, shaped after the needs of the state, was approved by the Government on the April 12, 1979. Text books written or selected in accordance with the newly framed curriculum were put into use for Classes IX and X from 1981 and 1982 respectively.

Objectives

  • To prescribe courses of instruction for examinations
  • To prescribe conditions of examinations, conduct examinations and be responsible for making necessary arrangements for the same
  • To publish the results of external examinations
  • To prepare the curricula, syllabi and textbooks in accordance with the approved courses of study

Functions

  • Giving guidance to the State Government on development of school education
  • Adopting reforms in examinations and evaluation practices
  • Inspecting schools to ascertain attainment of standards
  • Organising seminars, workshops for teachers and heads of institutions

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