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Edu Board streamlines post result operations

By EMN Updated: May 02, 2014 12:20 am


THE race to the honour rolls under the Nagaland Board of Secondary Education has just got tougher. One day after the declaration of results to the HSLC exams the Education Board has announced that from next year, there will be only Top Ten rank holders for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examinations and not fifty as per the existing system.The board has also informed that there will be no separate pass certificates for qualified candidates, instead, a Marksheet-cum-Certificate will be issued henceforth with effect from HSLC examination 2014. In this regard, the NBSE notification stated that provisional certificate of qualification need not be issued by institutions and institutions admitting students should not insist on provisional certificate of qualification.
It also notified that Marksheet/ Marksheet-cum-Certificate will not be issued to candidates from the NBSE office. They will be issued to centre superintendents and heads of registered institutions on or before May 8. Candidates may collect the same from respective institution/centre after producing their original Admit Cards.
Any mistake in the Marksheet/ Marksheet-cum-Certificate has to be reported within 30 days after the publication of the Result Gazette for rectification and such cases should be routed through the institution/centre of the candidate. Rescrutiny of answer-scripts, which will be allowed for any number of subjects, should also be routed through the school/centre.
The application and prescribed fee of Rs.200 per subject for rescrutiny should reach the office on or before May 15 along with the original copy of Marksheet/ Marksheet-cum-Certificate and Admit Card.
The above also applies for the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) level except that here the candidates will be issued original pass certificates along with marksheets and as such, provisional pass certificates need not be issued by institutions nor should they insist on the same.

By EMN Updated: May 02, 2014 12:20:28 am