Assam HSLC result 2017 declared at sebaonline.org, Parthapratim Bhuyan tops 10th exam

Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has declared the results for the High School Leaving Certificate and Assam High Madrasa (HSLC/AHM) exams on Wednesday. This year’s HSLC topper is Parthapratim Bhuyan of Jatiya Vidyalaya, Tihu. He scored 589 marks out of 600. The second position is shared by three students – Tanmayee Hazarika of BVFC Model High School, Dibrugarh, Rajanya Kashyap Gogoi of Salt Brook Academy, Dibrugarh and Nurul Hoque Ali of Raghunath Choudhury HS School, Mukalmua. They all scored 588 marks.Assam HSLC result 2017, hslc result 2017, sebaonline.org, hslc, www.assamonline.in, www.exametc.com, www.exametc.com result 2017, assamonline.in, resultsassam.nic.in, www.sebaonline.org, hslc result, hslc results 2017, hslc resultsassam hslc result check online, assam seba result 2017, 2017 matric result assam, assam hslc result, assamonline.in, assam news, education news, indian express

The third spot is bagged by Bhargobpratim Borah of Pichala National Academy, Jarabari and she registered 587 marks. A total of 3,80,733 students appeared out of which first division is gained by 54,955 candidates.

The overall percentage this year is 47.94 per cent

Students who appeared for the Class 10 state board exams can check their results from the official website (see steps below to know how).

The Board had announced in a notification earlier that the results will be declared at 10 am on May 31, 2017. This year, as many as 3.91 lakh students appeared for the Assam HSLC exams. The results are available for download online at the following sites.

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These websites will be host SEBA HSLC results 2017:

results.sebaonline.org,
resultsassam.nic.in,
exametc.com,
indiaresults.com,
jagaranjosh.com,
assamonline.in,
assam.siksha.com,
knowyourresult.com

Steps to download the SEBA HSLC results 2017:

– Visit to the above mentioned websites.
– Click on the link for the HSLC results 2017.
– A new page will open
– Enter your details in the fields provided.
– Download the results and take a print out of the same for further reference.

Assam Board 12th Class Result Declared! Check Now

The long wait of students coupled with anxiety will now come to an end as Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has announced the result of 12th class 2017 for Arts, Science and Commerce streams! Students can now check the result using their roll number and date of birth. Know where to check Assam Board 12th Class Result Online. AHSEC conducted the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) exams for the students of Assam from 20 February till 20 March 2017. This year, around 2.5 lakh students appeared for the Assam HSSLC/Class 12 exams.Assam Board 12th Class Result Declared! Check Now

Students should note the official website is not responding! Do not panic and wait for a while before retrying.

Students should save a copy of the mark sheet retrieved online. This can be used as a reference. Students should also keep an eye on undergraduate admission, which has already begun at many colleges.

Immediately after obtaining the result copy, students should go through the entries made carefully. Issues or errors, if any, must be clarified with the Board.

UP Board class 10, Class 12 Results 2017: Expected to be declared on this date

The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) or Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh is expected to declare the results of class 10 and class 12 on in the first week of June.This year, due to elections, the exam dates were shifted and the invigilators were assigned to work in election duties as well as board exams.

Once the results will be declared, all the candidates can check the same on the official websites:

  • upmspresults.up.nic.in
  • upmsp.edu.in
  • upresults.nic.in
  • results.nic.in

The Uttar Pradesh Class 12, Class 10 board exam 2017 began on March 16 at various test centres across the state.

This year, due to elections, the exam dates were shifted and the invigilators were assigned to work in election duties as well as board exams.

Last year, both Class 10 and Class 12 results were declared on May 26.

Steps to check the results:

In order to check the same, all the candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Log on to the official website
  • Click on relevant link
  • Enter all the required details in prescribed format
  • Click to submit
  • Results will be displayed on the screen
  • Download and take print out of the same for future reference.

Total number of candidates appearing for UP Board Exam 2017:

  • This year, more than 60 lakh students appeared for the examination
  • Furthermore, about 34,04,571 candidates registered for class 10 exams, and 26, 24,681 candidates registered for class 12 exams.

Bihar Board Intermediate Class 12th compartment exam results of Science, Commerce announced at biharboard.ac.in

Bihar Board Intermediate compartment examination 2017 results of Science, Commerce streams has been released on the official website – biharboard.ac.in. In the wake of the toppers scam, the BSEB had this year introduced stringent measures for fair examination and evaluation of students.www.biharboard.ac.in 2017, biharboard.ac.in, bseb 12th results 2017, compartment result,

The results of Class 12th were announced yesterday and this year the pass percentage has gone down.

While the Class 12 exam has begun on February 14, this year, the Board has preponed the compartmental examinations as many students have either not received the admit cards or were issued inaccurate hall tickets.

Bihar Board Intermediate Class 12th Results, here’s how to check at biharboard.ac.in
Visit the official of Bihar Board mentioned above or gor directly to the official result partner Indiaresults.com
Click on the link ‘Results’ in website header
Click on the link ‘Intermediate Examination (Science and Xommerce stream) Result 2017’
Enter your Roll Code or Roll Number or Name
Click on ‘Find Results’

JAC results 2017: Intermediate Science, Commerce Declared, Check At Jac.nic.in

JAC Class 12 Intermediate Science and Commerce stream results have been declared in the official website. Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC), the organizing authority of the class 12 intermediate exams has declared the results in the official website of the council, jac.nic.in. The results can be accessed from the official website, jac.nic.in after entering the registration details of the candidates. The JAC also released the JAC Matric Class 10 results also today.Image result for JAC results 2017: Intermediate Science, Commerce Declared, Check At Jac.nic.in

This year a total of 6 lakh students appeared for the matric and intermediate exam conducted by the Jharkhand Academic council. Last year the result for Intermediate was published on May 20 and the overall pass percentage was 67.54 per cent.

JAC Results 2017 Intermediate 12th Science and Commerce : How To Check

JAC has released the class 10 and class 12 intermediate science stream results 2017 today. The steps to check result are given below:

Step 1: Visit the official website for JAC results, c
Step 2: Chose ANNUAL INTERMEDIATE SCIENCE EXAMINATION RESULT – 2017 or ANNUAL INTERMEDIATE COMMERCE EXAMINATION RESULT – 2017

Step 3: Click on Commerce or Science in the next page
Step 4:Enter your Roll Code and Roll Number
Step 5:Click on submit.
Step 6:View and download your result.

CBSE Class 12 Results 2017: In Trend Shift, Delhi Boys Outshine Girls

In a major shift from the trend over decades, boys in the national capital have outperformed girls by a margin of nearly six per cent in this year’s class 12 CBSE results. While the pass percentage of boys has improved from last year’s 82.5 per cent to 91.03 per cent, the percentage of girls passing in the examination has dropped from 91.71 to 85.67 per cent. However, girls have continued with the trend nationally even as CBSE registered a dip of over one per cent in the all-India pass percentage as against last year’s figure.CBSE Class 12 Results 2017: In Trend Shift, Delhi Boys Outshine Girls

The results for the Class 12 examination were declared by CBSE on May 29 after it decided to not cause any further delay due to the High Court’s intervention in scrapping of the moderation policy of awarding grace marks.

This year, Delhi’s performance improved by over one per cent as the national capital recorded a pass percentage of 88.37 per cent while it was 87.01 per cent last year.

Delhi government schools’ pass percentage stood at 88.27 per cent, while private schools recorded 79.27 pass percentage, CBSE officials said.

The national capital secured the third rank in region-wise result with Trivandrum and Chennai topping the tally.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his deputy Manish Sisodia congratulated the students on their performance.

Telangana ICET 2017 results declared at tsicet.org, icet.tsche.ac.in

TS ICET 2017 results: Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE), Kakatiya University has declared Telangana TS Integrated Common Entrance Test (ICET 2017) results on May 31. The examination was held on May 18.www.tsicet.org, manabadi, TS ICET 2017 results, icet result, telangana icet results 2017, TS common entrance examination, ts icet 2017 results, tsicet 2017, tsicet results

TS ICET 2017 results, here’s how to check:
Visit the official website mentioned above
On the homepage, click on the ‘Results’ link
Enter the hall ticket number
The results will be displayed
Check and save the results

Last year, 66,000 appeared for the examination.

Telangana State Integrated Common Entrance Test (TSICET) is held for admission in master level professional courses like MBA and MCA of all the universities in Telangana State and their affiliated colleges for the academic year 2017-18.

CHSE Odisha Plus II Arts, Commerce results announced, 70.17 pass percent

The Council of Higher Secondary Education (CHSE) has declared the results of Plus II Arts, Commerce, vocational and correspondence courses examination on May 31.  Announcing the results, School and Mass Education minister Badri Narayan Patra said 70.17 per cent of students passed in the Plus-II arts stream while the pass percentage in Plus-II Commerce have been 71.43 per cent.www.chseodisha.nic.in, +2 results, odisha +2 result 2017, orissaresults.nic.in,

Similarly, 61.22 per cent students passed in correspondence course, the minister said. Of the total 2,48,284 candidates appearing the Plus-II arts, 1,74,237 students passed whereas 20,044 cleared the Plus II exam in Commerce stream. A total of 40 students passed in correspondence course, he said.

The minister said 19,024 students secured first division, 29,460 second division and 1,25,562 got third division in Plus-II Arts. Female students with 76.22 pass percentage outshine male students at 63.17, he said.

In Commerce stream of Plus II examinations, 3,860 students secured first division, 2,932 second division and 13,247 third division. Female students have also performed better with 74.73 pass percentage in the Plus II Commerce as comparison to 69.93 in case of male students.

Highest pass percentage in Plus II Arts was 82.78 in Puri district whereas lowest percentage at 48.08 was in Koraput. Khurda district recorded highest pass percentage at 87.21 and Deogarh lowest at 39.75 in Plus II Commerce.

Kolkata schools charging too much, private education fees to be monitored: CM Banerjee

In a stern message to the city-based private educational institutions, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said a “self-regulatory commission” would be formed to monitor and decide fees and donations collected from students. She announced this at a meeting with representatives of a number of private educational institutions in the city.school fees, fee hike, kolkata fee hike, kolkata schools, kolkata education, education news, indian express, kolkata news

“We don’t want to interfere with the affairs of the institutions, but we want a system in place. A particular school charged Rs 2.47 lakh for admission,” she said wondering how common people can afford to spend such a huge amount.

“Why do you need such a huge amount for admitting students? I have called you for a meeting so that you can take steps in this regard. I have received a lot of complaints. Money is being taken in the name of fees, session fees,re-admission fees, computer fees, compulsory purchase of uniform, transportation fees. Even some fees were taken in the name of summer camp when the schools are closed,” she said.

She exhorted the institutions to create a section on their respective websites where people could register their grievances.

“Government institutions have a method of assessing fees. Not all families have the same financial means. In the name of donation, a racket is going on. It maybe just 0.1 per cent, but it matters because these are important educational institutions,” she said.

She said a self-regulatory commission would be constituted with representatives of various educational institutions, education secretary, state DGP and Kolkata police commissioner. Representatives from the Darjeeling hills and officials from the districts will be ex-officio member of the commission.

She said that a 10-15 per cent increase in fees is not acceptable while other expenses have to be controlled. Bengali should be taught in schools, the chief minister said, adding “you can teach English and Hindi, but at least teach Bengali as a third language”.

Today’s development followed Banerjee’s warning last February against over-charging of patients by private hospitals and negligence in treatment, announcing the setting-up of a regulatory commission to monitor their functioning.

Gauhati High Court Sets Aside Office Memorandum On School Languages

The Gauhati High Court today set aside an office memorandum of the Assam government restricting candidates not having Bengali, Hindi and Assamese subjects in the class 10 board examinations from applying in schools having these languages as their medium. Justice Arup Kumar Goswami after hearing a batch of writ petitions filed by several TET-qualified candidates for the post of Hindi graduate teachers set aside Clause 4 of the office memorandum dated July, 14, 2016 issued by the state principal secretary.Gauhati High Court Sets Aside Office Memorandum On School Languages

The writ petitions were filed contending that although all petitioners had educational qualifications and also are TET qualified for Hindi graduate teachers for high schools, the state government had imposed a condition that no candidate can apply in the Bengali/Hindi/Assamese medium schools if they did not have these subjects respectively in HSLC Examination.

The petitioners also contended that as per Rule 10 of the Assam Secondary Education (Provincialised) Service Rule, a candidate is required to appear and pass in TET examinations conducted by the state government with 60 per cent marks in general category and 55 per cent marks in the case of reserved categories to qualify for appearing for the post of graduate teacher in Hindi Subject.

Justice Goswami after hearing all the writ petitions and also considering several decisions passed by the apex court on the issue of overriding the statutory rules or rules framed under the Proviso to Article 309 of the Constitution by an executive order is not sustainable in law and accordingly set aside the Clause 4 of the office memorandum.