The four subjects are English, General Science, General Maths and Social Science
Around 4, 05, 582 students have appeared for their HSLC exams this year in offline mode, of which 2,29,131 succeeded.
Raktotpal Saikia of St Mary’s High School from North Lakhimpur topped the HSLC exams this year with 597 marks.
The results will be announced on 14 websites, including the official Seba website. www.sebaonline.org.
Once declared, students will be able to check it by visiting the official website of HSLC – sebaonline.org or on third-party websites too.
SEBA had conducted HSLC 2022 exams from March 15, 2022 to March 31, 2022 at many examination centres of Assam’s districts.
This is an administrative decision taken by SEBA, thus, students need not worry: CM Sarma
Unlike in 2021, SEBA this time has announced to conduct offline exams from March 15
The examination for Class 10 would begin on March 15 and would end on March 31, 2022
Some students could not appear for the half yearly examination of classes IX and X held in October, 2021