Updated: May 30, 2020 3:20:53 pm
Nagaland Board NBSE 10th, 12th Result 2020: The Nagaland Board of Secondary Education (NBSE) declared the results of high school leaving certificate (HSLC) and high secondary school leaving certificate (HSSLC) at the level of class 10 and class 12, respectively on May 30. The students can check results at nbsenagalanad.com and examresults.net.
In HSSLC or class 12, as many as 71.87 per cent cleared arts stream and in science stream 80.99 per cent and in commerce 75.47 per cent passed. Over all class 12 pass percentage was 73.72 per cent. For class 10th the pass percentage was 70.02 per cent. In 10th, 70.88 per cet girls and 69.04 per cent boys passed. In Science 87.06 per cent girls, 87.96 per cent boys and in arts 65.65 per cent boys and 77.27 per cent girls and in commerce 83.61 per cent girls and 68.99 per cent boys passed.
Nagaland NBSE HSLC, HSSLC result 2020: How to check online
Step 1: Visit the official website, nbsenagaland.com
Step 2: On the homepage, click on ‘class 10 result’ or class 12 results
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using the roll number
Step 5: Download the result
Step 6: Take a print out of it for further reference
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How to check via SMS
Class 10 students can check their result on their phone by sending RESULT<space>NBSE10<space>ROLL NUMBER to 5676750. Students can also RESULT<space>NBSE10<space>roll number to 5676750.
For class 12 students, the result can be availed by typing NB12<space>roll number and by sending it to 56070 or by typing RESULT<space>NBSE12<space>Roll number and sending to 5676750.
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How to check via app
The results will also be available at the app. The students have to download the NBSE app from the play store and register their roll number and date of birth to get results.
The print out of the result will act as a provisional mark sheet. Candidates can collect original mark sheets from their respective schools, once lockdown is lifted. Last year the pass percentage was 70.19 per cent and in 2018, the same was 65.42 per cent.
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