Assam HSLC 10th Class Results 2017 Assam Board 10th Results 2017

By | May 31, 2017

Assam HSLC 10th Class Results 2017 Available Now

Assam HSLC / 10th Class Results 2017: Assam HSLC Result 2017 will be released in the last week of May 2017. The Board is going to release the SEBA HSLC Result 2017 through Online. Candidates can check the result in our official web site whenever it announced. The Assam Metric Result 2017 or Assam 10th class result 2017 will be published in the last week of May 2017. Candidates will be able to view their results by entering the “Roll No.” and “Name”. The board successfully conducted the HSLC exams for the academic year 201-17 from 17 February to 10 March 2017 at various examination centers in the state of Assam. All arrangements have been made for the free and fare correction of papers and declaration of results on time, as per the annual academic schedule followed by the SEBA.

Salient Features of the Assam HSLC Result 2017:

  • Assam Board 10th Result provides a huge platform to the candidates to choose the stream of their choice and brighten their career prospects.
  • It is the parameter, which evaluates the performance of the candidates in terms of marks obtained by them both in theory and practical subjects.
  • The Assam HSLC Result 2017 also depicts a merit list of the top 25 position holders in the exam, a list of the subject toppers and the statistical abstract of the exam result.

Previous Years’ Statistics of Assam HSLC Result

The Table given below depicts the pass percentage – overall as well as that of boys and girls in the last five years (2012-2016). The data analysis provided after the table would be relevant to the candidates who would be waiting for their Assam HSLC Result 2017.

Year Overall Pass % Boys Girls No. of Examinees
2012 69.63 72.47 66.85 2, 78,704
2013 70.71 73.31 68.25 3,66,476
2014 61.42 65.33 57.73 3,69,075
2015 62.20 66.54 58.10 3,86,763
2016 62.79 64.11 61.56 3, 81,585
  • The above table shows that the overall pass percentage in the Assam HSLC Result was quite good in 2012 and 2013 at 69.63% and 70.71% respectively. However, from 2014, it started declining as it fell down by 9%, i.e. it was 61.42%. In the year 2015, it improved by 0.78% and in the year 2016 was improved by 0.58%.
  • In these results, boys have been outperforming the girls over all these years.
  • However, the boys’ pass percentage was above 70% in the 2012 and 2013 only, since 2014, it has remained around 65%.
  • The girls’ was also better in the first two years; however, in 2014 it went down by 9% and became 57%.
  • The number of candidates appearing in the exam has been rising over all these years.
  • This year also the board and even the students are expecting good result.

Checking of the Assam HSLC Result 2017 online:

  • Click on the direct link that will be provided to you after declaration of result..
  • Navigate to the link ‘Secondary Examination Results 2017 for 10th class Results’.
  • Hit your hall ticket / admit card number or name.
  • Press the submit button and the SEBA 10th Result would be displayed on the screen.
  • Take a printout of the Assam HSLC Result 2017 cum mark sheet and save its copy for future use.

Via SMS: The candidates can check their Assam HSLC Result 2017 via SMS also. For this, they need to type Result, followed by (without space) Assam 10, followed by ROLL NUMBER and text the same to 56263. The candidates will instantly get their SEBA 10th result cum detailed scores on their mobiles.

About the Board: Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) is the state level authority, which organizes the examination of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) every year. The board was established on 14 March 1962. The Board’s main office is situated at Gowahati, Assam. SEBA owes the authority to declare the SEBA Class 10th Result 2017. The Board of Assam is the Primary custodian of high school level education in the state. It looks after the development, promotion, monitoring and expansion of education system in the state. It conducts exams every year for the students of Government and private schools, which comes under the affiliation of the SEBA.

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