Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) has declared MBSE HSLC Result 2021. Candidates can check their Mizoram Board 10th result 2021 online at mbse.edu.in. As the result is released via login, candidates require their roll number or registration number to check the same. The Mizoram Board has released the result for the regular and supplementary examination separately.
Mizoram Board organized the 10th Examination last month starting from April 01, 2021, to April 20, 2021. Candidates who appeared for the HSLC Examination can now check their results online. They have to browse the official website, mbse.edu.in. To login, keep the MBSE HSLC roll number and registration number (without year) ready. On entering correct login details, students will be able to check their respective results. The MBSE HSLC scorecard will also be displayed along with the result. Students must save a hard as well as soft copy of the MBSE 10th result for future reference.
MBSE website is currently not functioning properly due to heavy traffic. Aspirants who have not checked the results yet can check their results via SMS. To check the results through SMS type MBSE10 space Board <Roll no.> (For example MBSE10 897645638) and send it to 5676750. Thereafter, the MBSE result 2021 class 10 will be sent to respective students.
Other than these, candidates can also check their MBSE 10th results through indiaresults.com. Visit results.indiaresults.com and select state (Mizoram). Now, click on the Mizoram Board of School Education Link which directs to the direct login for MBSE results.
To pass Mizoram Class 10th Exam, candidates need to obtain a minimum of 33% marks in each theory and practical paper separately. In addition, it is compulsory to secure at least 33% marks in aggregate to clear the HSLC exam. Qualifying candidates are classified into four different division based on the marks they have secured in the examination. Those who have secured 75% marks or more gets Distinction. Candidates getting more than 65% and less than 75% gets the First Division. Those who secure more than 50% marks but below 60% gets the Second Division. Those who have secured more than 33% marks but below 50% marks gets third division.
Candidates who have failed in one of the five subjects get the compartment and have to appear for that exam again. However, the student must also have qualified in all the graded subjects and the subject’s internal assessment. They have to fill an application form online and pay the requisite fee. The complete schedule for MBSE Compartment Exam 2021 will be shared with the students in due course of time.