Meghalaya Class 10 Results 2024: Official Links for Online Result Check

 Published On: 24-05-2024

MBOSE SSLC Result 2024 Announcement

The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) has declared the class 10 results today, May 24, 2024. Students can access their scores and download provisional mark sheets on the official websites, megresults.nic.in and mbose.in, by providing their roll number and captcha code.

Overall Pass Percentage of Regular Candidates: The overall pass percentage of regular candidates in the MBOSE class 10 exams is 87.25%.

Websites to Check MBOSE SSLC Results 2024 Online: Students can download their scorecards from the following official links:

  • megresults.nic.in
  • mbose.in

How to Download MBOSE SSLC Result 2024 With Roll Number: Follow these steps to access your result:

  1. Visit the official websites: megresults.nic.in or mbose.in.
  2. Click on the MBOSE SSLC Result 2024 link.
  3. Enter your roll number and captcha code.
  4. Your result will be displayed on the screen.
  5. View and download the provisional mark sheet.
  6. Keep a hard copy for future reference.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):

What is the minimum passing criteria for MBOSE SSLC exams?

  • Students need to secure at least 33% marks in each subject and aggregate to pass the Meghalaya board class 10 exams.

Where can I collect the original mark sheet and pass certificates?

  • Original mark sheets and pass certificates can be collected from school authorities later.

Are the provisional mark sheets available for download sufficient for official purposes?

  • Yes, students can download the provisional mark sheets online. However, they must collect the original documents from their schools for official purposes.

Is there any specific date for collecting original mark sheets and certificates?

  • Students are advised to stay updated with notifications from their respective schools regarding the collection of original documents.

What should I do if there is a discrepancy in my online result?

  • In case of any discrepancies, students should immediately contact the Meghalaya Board of School Education for resolution.