Assam Board HSLC Supplementary Results 2023 Declared at sebaonline.org
The Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) has recently released the results for the HSLC Class 10 Supplementary exams on July 26. Students who appeared for the Assam HSLC compartmental exams can now access their results on the official websites at sebaonline.org, site.sebaonline.org, and resultsassam.nic.in. The compartmental examination was conducted by the Assam board from July 4 to July 8 for students who couldn't pass certain subjects in the annual main examination.
To check the Assam Class 10 Supplementary Result 2023, follow these steps:
- Visit the official website of the Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA).
- Look for the link related to "Class 10th Compartmental Exams Result 2023" on the homepage and click on it.
- You will be redirected to a new page where you need to provide necessary details like your roll number, date of birth, or any other required information.
- After entering the details, click on the "Submit" or "Check Result" button.
- The result for Assam Class 10 Supplementary exams will be displayed on the screen.
- Carefully examine your results, which will include subject-specific and total grades.
- For future reference, it is recommended to download and print the result page.
The primary results were announced by SEBA on May 22 this year on their official website. The overall pass rate for Class 10 students this year is 72.69%, showing a significant increase from the previous year. A total of 4,22,174 students appeared for the Class 10 exams, with 1,90,765 being boys and 2,24,559 girls. Out of the total candidates, 1,59,356 girls and 1,42,524 boys successfully qualified for the examination. Hence, the passing percentage for female students was 70.96%, while for male students, it was 74.71%.
Moreover, SEBA withheld the results of 14 candidates, and 239 students were expelled. Additionally, 6,879 students were absent during the annual examination this year. The admission process for class 11 commenced shortly after the results were declared.
It is worth noting that the English and General Science question papers were leaked during the SEBA Class 10th Examination, leading the board and the Assam Government to decide on conducting re-exams for these subjects.