SEBA HSLC result 2016 at sebaonline.org; Website Down

2nd Update at 1 PM : Official website for SEBA HSLC Results 2016, sebaonline.org working fine now. There are four links for accessing the results. All the Best!

1st Update at 11 AM : Testing the patience of students, official website for SEBA HLSC result 2016 www.sebaonline.org has stopped functioning. We are waiting for words from the authority as will soon update the page with latest information. As the ‘508 error’, the web portal is showing, it indicates that authorities were not ready for huge traffic and had resorted to allocate less resources for the web portal to run.

Alternatively, HSLC results can be accessed at indiaresults.com

As SEBA HSLC result is coming out at 11am in Assam, the board is also going to release the list of toppers who shone in the High School Leaving Certification Examinations. With less than 5 hours to go, the students are pumped up to get to know how they performed. Stay tuned for live coverage of Assam HSLC results 2016.

The board of secondary education, Assam has officially announced that SEBA HSLC result 2016 will be declared today on 31st May at 11 AM in the morning. The results will be released online initially through the official sites of the board for the students who pursued their class 10 education in academic session of 2015-16 in the schools registered under Assam board. The original marks sheet will then be distributed to students in their respective schools.

Along with HSLC, the results for AHM (Madarassa) examinations will also be announced today at the given timings.

The board has displayed a notification exclusively that “SEBA HSLC result 2016 will not be displayed at resultsassam.nic.in”, so students need to keep track of SEBA’s website.

It’s been reported that 3.81 lakh students wrote the HSLC exams this year held between 18th February to 9th March throughout the centers set up in the state, up from approx 3.2 lakh who appeared last year.

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The pass percentage recorded in previous years for HSLC results has been mediocre, though showing slightly significant growth each passing year. In 2015, the passing percentage recorded after SEBA HSLC result 2016 was 62.2%. That bodes well with Assam’s literacy rate which is at 73.18%. While it’s easy to look at the percentage of students who passed, it’s rather difficult, but necessary to realize the percentage of those who fail. As data shows, nearly 35-40% students appearing in HSLC exams fail each year, causing a year’s loss to them.

Assam board result 2016 for HSLC exams will be displayed starting off at 11 am, according to the timing and date confirmed officially by SEBA. Not to mention, it’s been crucial wait of some 7 weeks for those 3.8 lakh students and their parents, guardians. The schools will open admissions to the plus one classes after the High school results today.

It will require student’s roll number, name and date of birth kind of personal details to get access to the results. There are several ways to checkout your results. First off, the easiest way is to get access to internet and visit official site www.sebaonline.org at the given time 11 AM today and thereafter, following the instructions set. It might get a little hectic at the moment of results announcement since lakhs of students will be logged on to the site at once and you should really consider to wait for few minutes if difficulty occurs. If official site doesn’t work at the time, consider checking results at indiaresults.com and examresults.net, the portals partnering with the board.

Another way is to get results by sms or by e-mail. And for that, you would have to register at the sites mentioned above and your result will be delivered in your inbox right at the time. Students however, must verify their credentials once they get access to their marks sheet online to make sure it’s theirs.

The latest news about SEBA result 2016 and Assam HSLC result is being updated here at ExamsWatch.com, and the gateway to checking the same will be provided here. Share the good news with your fellow students to let them know. We wish you all the best, comment below to ask anything.

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