To know a candidate’s results, one needs to know the roll number, the date of birth, and other Meghalaya results-related details of the person.
Conducting exams and declaring results has proved to be a huge challenge for authorities in the past year. However, the north-eastern state of India has declared the Meghalaya results for SSLC and HSSLC, that is, class 10th and class 11the results yesterday on August 5.
The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) made the results available on the board’s official website and can be accessed at www.mbose.in
Apart from this, results are also available on the www.megresults.nic.in domain.
In order to be able to access the results of a student, one needs to know the roll number, the date of birth, and other board-related details of the person.
Meghalaya Results: Science, Commerce, and Vocational Streams
The school results were preceded by results of the Science, Commerce, and Vocational streams. These results were declared on July 30, and the board released the merit list and toppers list as the exams were conducted.
The list of Indian states that were successful in conducting board exams is very small, and the north-eastern state of Meghalaya is one of them.
The state conducted these crucial school exams between April 16, 2021, to May 12, 2021. Authorities ensured that all COVID-related guidelines and SOPs were followed strictly during the examinations and were successful in their goal.
COVID in Meghalaya
In terms of COVID infections, according to the government portal, Meghalaya currently has an active caseload of 5574 patients. However, a good recovery rate is ensuring a steady decline in the active cases as of now.
Overall, the state has reported a total of 67,592 cases officially and the official death count stands at 1133 in the state and the number of recoveries is at 60885. While the state has an active ratio of 8.25%, the discharge ratio is at 90.08%, and the death ratio is at 1.68%.