Meghalaya SSLC/10th Result 2020 successfully declared on Today May 2020 around 10.30 AM at megresults.nic.in. Lakhs of students appear in the Meghalaya SSLC Board Exam. MBOSE announced the SSLC Topper list. Check MBOSE Meghalaya SSLC 2020 Topper List, Toppers Name Wise, Overall Pass Percentage, Total Boys Pass Percent and Total Girls Pass Percent in below page. Now students can check Meghalaya 10th Topper List, Toppers Marks, State Level Top Markers, Region wise, Name Wise, First Rank (1st Rank), Second Rank (2nd rank) and Third Rank (3rd Rank) Top Marks Students, Overall Pass Percentage, Overall clear percentile in this page. based on the official and latest report, we will update the Meghalaya SSLC Class 10th Toppers and Overall List.
Meghalaya Class 10th/SSLC Board Exam Result 2020 will be declared in the official web page
To receive the scores on their phones, candidates need to type
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This year, more than 50,000 students appeared for the Meghalaya Board SSLC Class 10 exams. In 2018, the overall pass percentage was 83.89 percent, higher than the figure in 2017, which stood at 54.10 percent.
eelam Kumari is declared topper of Class 10th with 577 marks followed by Darila Akor Kharmawphlang with 565 marks and Luigi Dalian Pasweth with 563 marks. Diana Kharbithai with 452 marks is declared the topper of class 12th Arts topper followed by Althea Phoebe Nongun with 444 marks. The overall pass percentage of Class 12th Arts stream is recorded at 76.28%
The toppers list are updated here based on the official announcement.
The Meghalaya Board of School of Education (MBOSE) was set up in 1973. The Meghalaya Board of School Education has regulated, control and supervise board exam in the state of Meghalaya, India. MBOSE has been responsible for conducting the Secondary School Leaving Certificate(SSLC) as well as the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate(HSSLC) Exam in the state. MBOSE also has a regional office located in the state capital of Shillong. At present, there are about 1400 affiliated schools spread across the state of Meghalaya.