Assam SEBA HSLC Result 2021: Board of Secondary Education (SEBA), Assam has announced the results of HSLC (Class 10th) and AHM exams 2021 on its official website sebaonline.org. Students who have appeared in the exam can check their results online at sebaonline.org, sebaresults.in, and other partner websites as mentioned by the board in its official notice. The result of 4 lakh students has been prepared on the basis of internal evaluation.
Further, SEBA will issue digital mark sheets today, hard copies of results supporting the digital version will be issued later on. The date of providing a hard copy of mark sheets and certificates will be notified later, the board has said.
SEBA Class 10 marks are calculated with a 40:40:20 formula where 40% marks will come from the Class 9 annual exam and the other 40% marks from Class 10 exams. The remaining 20 per cent marks will be awarded to students by schools. Factors like attendance, internal assessment, etc are considered for 20% marks, the SEBA said.
Students can check SEBA HSLC 2021 on the official websites-- results.sebaonline.org, resultsassam.nic.in and assamresult.in. For the Assam HSLC result, students would need their examination roll number to download the result. SEBA will issue digital mark sheets to students who clear the HSLC exam.
The digital mark sheets can be obtained by logging in with the roll number and registration number on the official website of SEBA. Students can also check their Assam HSLC results on partner websites. Those who want to check Assam Class 10th result 2021 on mobile apps, can download the ‘SEBA Results 2021’ mobile app and enter their registration to check the result.
For students who seek improvement in their scores, an optional exam will be held by September 15, 2021, if the situation improves. Otherwise, the optional exam will be held later this year, State Education Minister Ranoj Pegu said through a media report.
Earlier, Assam SEBA had canceled the class 10th exams in the state this year due to the lockdown to Covid-19. Approximately, 4 lakh students had registered for the class 10th exams 2021 which were later canceled by the state government.