SEBA Assam HSLC 10 Class Results 2017 Out, check on resultassam.nic.in

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Secondary Education Board of Assam has confirmed the result date of SEBA HSLC Class 10th result 2017,  which will be declared on the official website today 31st May at 10 am. SEBA will publish the released link of Assam 12th Result 2017 at the official page www.resultsassam.nic.in  or www.sebaonline.org and cab also be available at 855 centres across the Assam state as per statement provided by Assam Board Official to Media. SEBA is the body which organised Assam High School Leaving Certificate Class 10th exams for the candidates between February 17 and March 10, this year. 3.91 lakh students registered for the HSLC exam this year, out which, 3.81 lakh students have appeared for the exam.

Approximately, 3.91 lakh students have got themselves registered for the HSLC exam in the year 2017, out which, 3.81 lakh students have appeared for the exam. As per the information provided from Assam officials,  855 centres across the Assam state will be handed over 782 page results Gazette with marks sheets and other required documents. In the meantime, schools from the state will be given the booklets of the results. We have provided some quick steps for the candidates to check their results online.

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How to check SEBA HSLC Class 12 Result 2017

Step one: Candidates should visit the official website of the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) results: resultsassam.nic.in
Step two: After that, click on the result link for HSLC Result 2017.
Step three: Then, they should enter your examination roll number and other details and click on submit.
Step four: View and download your result.

SEBA: The Board of Secondary Education, Assam commonly known as SEBA was established in the year 1962 with an objective to improve the quality of the Secondary Education of the people of entire North East in general and Assam in particular. The Board is governed by the Assam Secondary Education Act, 1961.

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