The Meghalaya Board 2018 HSSLC Examination, conducted by Meghalaya Board of School Education, has now begun. The examination has started today, i.e. on 6th March 2018, and will conclude on 29th March 2018. The examination is conducted in the morning shift, i.e. from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
Some of the important points notified by the board were that ‘the Examination halls will be opened at 9:30A. M and the question papers will be distributed to all candidates at 9:45 A.M. The answer scripts will be distributed to all the candidates at 9:50 A.M and then the candidates will start writing at 10:00 A. M.’
There was some rescheduling done, twice actually, in the dates of some examinations. On 29th January, a notification was released stating the Computer Application exam, which was initially to be held on 19th March 2018, will now be conducted on 26th March 2018. Similarly, the Statistics exam will now to be held on 19th March 2018, instead of 26th March 2018.
Another notice came out on the official website, i.e. mbose.in, on 7th February 2018, stating that the Biology exam which was scheduled for 22nd March 2018 is now rescheduled for 29th March 2018. The Physical Education (along with Anthropology) was originally to be held on 29th March 2018 and was rescheduled for 23rd March 2018.
About Meghalaya Board:
Established as per Meghalaya Board of School Education Act, 1973, the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) is the government's body that regulates and supervises various matters related to School Education in the state of Meghalaya which includes smooth conducting of examination, results, and education of the SSLC and the HSSLC. In the beginning, it was set up to conduct the SSLC exam until the Pre-University degree was discontinued by the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU) in 1996.
The board started working from the Office of the Director of Public Instruction, Shillong which was later shifted to Araimile, Tura in the year 1974. The MBOSE also has a regional office located in the state capital of Shillong. Today, there are about 1,400 affiliated schools spread across the state of Meghalaya.