The Manipur HSLC Results 2018 has been announced on the official website of the Manipur board. The candidates who have appeared for the Manipur Board Class 10 Examination can now check their HSLC results on the official website of Manipur Board i.e. manresults.nic.in and bsem.nic.in. This year, the board had conducted the Manipur HSLC examination from 17th March to 4th April.
With thousands of students accessing their Manipur HSLC Result 2018 online simultaneously, the official website of the board might face some technical glitches. If such situation arises this year, we request the students not to panic and visit India’s number one educational website Jagran Josh (manipur10.jagranjosh.com) for fast and easy access to the result. We here at Jagran Josh understand the amount of pressure the candidates go through during result hours; hence we have kept the result checking process extremely easy and simple. The candidates should first visit manipur10.jagranjosh.com then they have to enter all the required details exam roll no., name, mobile no., date of birth, email id, gender, location, city and study mode (regular/distance/online). Soon after pressing the submit button the Manipur HSLC result will be displayed on the screen.
The candidates who will be checking the results must note that the board takes atleast two weeks time to deliver the original mark sheet of the students to their respective schools, therefore it is very important for the candidates to save the PDF copy of the scorecards and take some print out of the same for future references. This year’s Manipur 10th exam was conducted from March 17th to April 4th, and around 61,000 students participated in the board exam. Last year, the Manipur 10th results were announced on June 3rd, 2017, and the overall pass percentage was 66.70% (with 72.66% of boys and 67.51% of girls passing the exam).
The BSEM came into force with the passing of an Act in 1972 by Manipur Legislative Assembly. Ever since its establishment, the board has been fulfilling such responsibilities as curriculum or syllabus designing, hosting school examinations and making textbooks available for all standards between Class I to Class X. Post the revision of its syllabus in the year 2009, the BSEM has been conducting the HSCL Examination as per the new curriculum until today. Also, the scheme for assigning 20% of the total marks for each subject to internal assessment and adding these internal scores to the total marks is followed by BSEM since 2011.