MBOSE SSLC Result 2018,Meghalaya 10th Result 2018

MBOSE SSLC Results 2018

MBOSE SSLC Result 2018: The Meghalaya Board had scheduled and conducted the Class 10 Board Exams 2018 in the month of March 2018. The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (MBOSE) is expected to officially announce and upload the MBOSE SSLC Results 2018 in the last week of May 2018. Students who appeared for the SSLC exams this year will be able to check their results via the online mode by visiting the legit website of MBOSE@ megresults.nic.in. Students will be required to enter their basic profile credentials such as name, roll number, e-mail id, etc. as required on the web page to access and view their MBOSE SSLC Results 2018.

Meghalaya 10th Result 2018

There has been no official announcement from the Board on the exact date of result publication. However, going by the previous year’s trends the declaration of the results could be anticipated around 3rd or 4th week of May 2018. In 2017, MBOSE SSLC Results was published on May 23 and in 2016 it was announced on May 25. It’s advisable for students to regularly check the MBOSE web portal for any latest notification or news on the SSLC 2018 Results. The evaluation system of the Board has been witnessing the changed pattern of marking since the last four years with MBOSE awarding grades instead of percentage to students. The conversion sheet with respect to the current evaluation system is as follows:

  • 75% or above: Grade – A
  • 60 – 75%: Grade – B
  • 50 – 60%: Grade – C
  • 35 – 50%: Grade – D

Students can visit the Board’s website for further details and updates on the evaluation pattern. After the final declaration of MBOSE SSLC 2018 Result on its website, students will be able to download their scorecards instantly and view the merit list and pass percentage analysis subsequently as uploaded by the Board.

About Meghalaya Board

The Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education, abbreviated as MBOSE was constituted in 1974 and is a unit of the government responsible for handling education of both SSLC and HSSLC. MBOSE had started functioning much earlier in 1962 with its responsibility of conducting the HSSLC Examination.  The Board that started its operations in Shillong was later shifted to Tura in 1975.  Today, the Board successfully supervises all academic aspects pertaining to curriculum designing, framing syllabus for all grades including that of Class 10 and Class 12. It seeks to provide quality education to all students and schools affiliated to it by extending supervision and monitoring of all academic activities. MBOSE also conducts the examination for vocational training every year.

How to check Meghalaya 10th Results 

As students eagerly await their SSLC 2018 Results, once published, they can follow the below mentioned steps to easily view and download their individual scorecards:

  • Visit the official website of MBOSE @ megresults.nic.in.
  • Enter all requisite details as necessary on the specified field on the page. The particulars usually required include student’s name, roll number, date of birth, etc.
  • Correspondingly, press the submit button to view the scorecard on your computer screen
  • Download the PDF and/or take a hardcopy of the result sheet for all future references.

MBOSE 10th Result previous year statistics

The marks received by students in SSLC 2018 will depend on their performance in the examination. However, a glance at the last year and previous year’s statistics can help students draw up a realistic expectation from MBOSE Class 10 results. There are a large number of centres where the Board conducts its exams across the State of Meghalaya to accommodate as many students register for the exams. Appended below is the data from the past few years that projects the performance trend so till date.

Year Overall Pass Percentage Boys Pass Percentage Girls Pass Percentage No. of Students appeared for the Exam
2013 56.31 53 59 39,186
2014 54.31 50 53 42,823
2015 53.11 49 55 45,723
2016 54.10 50 57 46,726
2017 54.04 53 54 52,100

From the MBOSE Results data as recorded from the past few years it can be derived that barring 2014 and 2015, there has been an increase in the overall pass percentage. However, in 2017 there was marginal decline in the overall pass %. With the increase in the number of students expected to have appeared in 2018, an improvement is anticipated in the pass percentage this year. In 2017, the girls outperformed the boys in MBOSE SSLC Results.

Points to be remembered

It’s natural to face anxiety and nervousness as they wait for the MBOSE Class 10 Exam Results 2018. Candidates should take note of a few pertinent things to smoothly check their online results.

  • Students should keep their admit cards and roll numbers handy to check the MBOSE 10th Board Results 2018.
  • Once the results are published by the Board, students must cross-check and verify all the details as displayed on the scorecard.
  • In case any errors are observed in the online result sheet, students must immediately contact the concerned School to apply for requisite modification.
  • Candidates should preferably obtain multiple printouts of the results for future references until the original is obtained from the respective authority.
  • Printout of the online scorecard is considered provisional and can be submitted to schools and universities as a valid document for further studies until the arrival of the original mark sheet.
  • Candidates can collect their original mark sheet and pass certificates from their individual school administration within a month of the online result publication.
  • Shortly after the announcement of MBOSE Result 2018, the Board will release the date of applying for re-evaluation. Students who may not feel satisfied with their scores must regularly check the MBOSE website or stay in touch with their respective schools to apply for a review of their marks and answer scripts.

 What to do after 10th Class

Deciding on the career path after completing MBOSE SSLC 2018 could be confusing for many young students. A common option that students majorly opt for after clearing class 10 boards is pursuing 10+2 education in a school or college of choice. The choice of an appropriate stream and school could be challenging for some as this is broadly based on grades/marks scored in the Matriculation. It also depends on the individual student’s aptitude. Choosing an appropriate stream can lay an enhanced foundation for further studies. Most regular schools under the Board offer the following streams for higher secondary education:

  1. Science Stream (Maths/Biology/Computer/Bio-Maths)
  2. Commerce Stream
  3. Arts/Humanities Streams

Students must stay abreastin order to keep a track of any new subjects or courses to be able to make a better choice. Additionally, students can also seek professional guidance from career counselling workshops and education fairs which can aid in providing information on a wide range of unconventional training programmes available for students post Class 10.

Alternatively, students can choose from the following courses:

  • ITIs and ITCs for skill training in specific trades
  • Indian Army /Indian Navy/Police Forces
  • Short-term courses such as animation, web designing, IT skill development, training in fashion industry, etc.

Under the mentor ship of parents and teachers, students can make an informed choice that can help them in shaping a lucrative future.

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