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Nagaland State Board Exams 2023 To Be Taken By Approximately 40,000 Students

March 08, 2023
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This year, more than 40,000 children will sit for the class 10 and 12 state board exams in Nagaland, an official announced on Monday.


The class 12 Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Test will start on March 9 and last through March 31. According to Asano Sekhose, head of the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE), 16,085 students would take the exam in total.


Nagaland Board Exams 2023: Approximately 40,000 Students To Appear for the Exam

Class 10 students will take the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination from March 10 to March 22. It would include a total of 24,361 kids, she said. 12,432 students from the Arts stream, 1,214 from the Commerce stream, and 2,439 from the Science stream registered for the class 12 board exams. The exam will be conducted at 65 locations around the state's 16 districts.


According to Sekhose, 8,473 are females and 7,612 are boys out of the total HSSLC applicants. 11,197 boys and 13,164 girls will be taking the class 10 board exam in 96 different locations.


All of the centre superintendents, according to Sekhose, have been urged to conduct the exam fairly.


She claimed that any stationery, including printed or written text, calculators, pen drives, and electronic pens/scanners, are prohibited for candidates to bring with them.


She urged the students to preserve order and encouraged them to avoid engaging in any form of cheating during exams. Anybody using unfair methods in the exams, according to Sekhose, will be dealt with in accordance with the board's standards.