Board of Secondary Education, Manipur- BSEM has released the class 10th result. Candidates can check the result by visiting the official website of the Manipur board. 74.69 percent of students have passed the exam, it is the highest in the last 46 years. In 2018, 73.18 percent of students had passed the exam. The lowest pass percentage was 21 percent in 2002. Total 37,138 students, including 18,342 boys and 18,796 girls had appeared for the exam held from February 20-March 15, 2019. Bhumika Shamurailatpam from Pitambara English School, Imphal got the first position with 570 out of 600 marks. Sophia Asem from Brighter Career Academy, Thiyam Leishangkhong and Arvind Maibam from Tiny Tots’ Unique, jointly held the second position. Each of them got 567 out of 600. Moirangthem Julendia Devi from St Thomas School and Kontha Ahallup got the third spot in the merit list. They both scored 566 out of 600. The results were announced at a press conference at The Board of School Education Manipur (BOSEM) office.
Steps to Check Manipur HSLC Class 10 Results: -
- The HSLC Class 10 results of Manipur are officially available on the Board of Secondary Education portal of Manipur.
- After opening the website, you need to click on the relevant link.
- If you wish to check the Class 10 results, you need to enter your Roll Number and Date of Birth.
- Once you enter all the necessary details in the prescribed columns, submit them.
- Now, your result is displayed on a new page.
- Check the marks and other details on the result sheet.
- Take the printout of HSLC Class 10 result sheet.
This year, the Board of Secondary Education, Manipur introduced a new system of examination and evaluation process.
The board conducted both theory and practical examinations. The theory part of examinations took place from March 17 to April 4, 2017. Later, practical examinations began on April 18, 2017. Students had enough time to prepare for both theory and practical examinations.
CBSE has also released Class 10 results on June 3, 2017, after a long delay. CBSE’s moderation policy issue delayed the results this year. On the other hand, they was also delayed due to change in the schedule of examination amid assembly polls in five states.