Aizawl: Bringing an end to the anticipation of all the students who had appeared for the examination, the MBSE HSLC Result 2016 has been declared today. Students can check their result from the official website of the Board i.e.,

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The Mizoram High School Leaving Certificate Examination was conducted in the month of March. The first paper of English language took place on 2nd March while the last paper of Social Science was conducted on March 18. Soon after the completion of written exams, practical tests for Science/ Home Science and IT subjects were held from 23rd to 24th of March.

Students can follow the simple steps given below in order to access their results on the official website:
•    Visit the official website of MBSE
•    Click on the results link on the website
•    Submit your Roll number and other required details in the form
•    Click on ‘GO’
•    Your result will be displayed on the screen

After checking the MBSE Result 2016 online, students can also get a printout of the result from the official website. The printed copy of MBSE Result 2016 can also be used by the students for reference purpose until the official result mark sheets are issued by the board.

Since the completion of board exams, students have been very patiently waiting for the declaration of MBSE HSLC Result 2016. MBSE 10th Result 2016 is considered to be one of the first stepping stones in the career of students, as they pave the way ahead for further education of students. On the basis of Mizoram HSLC Results 2016, students will be provided admission to HSSLC level schools in any stream of their choice i.e., arts, commerce, and science. Along with this, Mizoram 10th Result 2016 would also open up several entry-level job openings in government as well as private sector.

Mizoram Board is the main academic authority involved in conducting, evaluating and publishing the performance of HSLC examinations. The previous year the MBSE HSLC result witnessed an overwhelming performance by the students where boys outshone the girls. While the overall pass percentage was 68.30%, a total number of 17157 students (8870 girls and 8287 boys) had appeared for the examination. In the previous year Jennifer Vanrammawii from Baptist Higher Secondary, Serkawn, Lunglei topped the examination. This year a better MBSE HSLC result is expected in comparison to previous year.

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