Assam SEBA HSLC Class 10 Compartment Result 2017 Declared @ Result.seba.co.in, Sebaonline.org
The Board of Secondary Education, Assam has released the result of the HSLC/ AHM Compartment (single chance) exam today. The result is available on the SEBA website result.seba.co.in and sebaonline.org. The result has been declared and made available for students to check by 11 am. The SEBA will send original marks sheet and pass certificates to the examination centres on or before August 22, 2017 in support of the class 10th result 2017. According to the SEBA HSLC Class 10 compartment examination 2017 summary published by the board, 77,277 students have applied for the examination while 75,431 of them appeared for the exam. Out of which, 33,567 students qualified for higher education with 44.50% pass percentage.
In 2017, 3.91 Lakh students had registered and 3.81 Lakh students appeared for the board exam which were conducted in February - March 2017.
Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) declared the results of 10th class regular 2017 exam
on May last week.
SEBA HSLC Compartment Result 2017: How to check
Assam SEBA HSLC Compartment Result 2017 Declared At result.seba.co.in
Step one: Go to SEBA Official website: www.sebaonline.org
Step two: Click on HSLC/ AHM Compartment Result 2017 link.
Step three: Enter your new roll number and captcha code.
Step four: Click on submit and view your HSLC Compartment result.
You can download the result available online until the original marks sheets are made available at the respective examination centres.
The HSLC exam for Assam Board students was conducted in February- March 2017 and the result was declared in May end. Candidates who did not qualify in the exam had applied for the compartment exam.
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