Nagaland: Where and how to check HSLC, HSSLC 2021 results on internet, SMS, mobile app - Eastern Mirror
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Nagaland: Where and how to check HSLC, HSSLC 2021 results on internet, SMS, mobile app

By EMN Updated: Jul 17, 2021 7:52 pm

Dimapur, July 17 (EMN): The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has announced that the provisional results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations 2021 will be declared in the afternoon of July 20 and the results can be accessed via internet, SMS and mobile app.

An update from the chairperson of NBSE, Asano Sekhose informed that HSLC and HSSLC exams 2021 results will be made available on internet via NBSE official website, NBSE Nagaland, India Results, Results Shikha, Schools 9, Exametc, and Jagranjosh

The results can also be accessed on Android Mobile App NBSE Results 2021 on Google Play and via SMS by sending NB10<space>ROLL NUMBER to 56070 for HSLC results and NB12<space>ROLL NUMBER to 56070 for HSSLC results.

The update informed that the Board will also issue the provisional result gazettes all the registered institutions from July 28 through the centre superintendents, who can collect and distribute to the schools under their centre. A Centre Superintendent can also collect the documents through their counterparts by sending an authorisation letter.

In this regard, all centre superintendents have been asked to check the dates of collection which will be prepared district-wise and made available in the Board’s portal and the district WhatsApp groups.

The notice went on to add that marks/marksheet can also be downloaded on NBSE official website, India Results and Results Shikha.

It may be mentioned that the NBSE conducted HSLC examinations from April 7 to the 21st and 23,612 students had enrolled for the exams.

HSSLC examination was also held from April 6 to the 21st. A total of 16835 candidates — 8641 girls and 8194 boys — had enrolled for the exam. Out of the total students, 13024 were from Arts stream, 1347 from Commerce, and 2464 from Science.

By EMN Updated: Jul 17, 2021 7:52:43 pm