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Around 55,000 students to appear NBSE exams — NBSE

By Our Correspondent Updated: Feb 14, 2020 12:09 am
Students writing their HSSLC examination at Mezhur Higher Secondary School in Kohima on Thursday.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Feb. 13 (EMN):
Examinations under Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) commenced across various centres in the state on Thursday.

An official update from the NBSE stated that around 55,000 candidates would be appearing for the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) exam, class- XI promotion exam and High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) exam.

The HSSLC exam will start on February 14 with 15,461 candidates in 53 examination centres. Out of the total number of candidates, 8117 are girls, and 7344 boys.

One-hundred-sixty institutions from Arts stream are sending 11,599 candidates to the HSSLC examination; 33 institutions of Commerce stream with 1337 candidates; and 42 institutions of Science stream with 2525 candidates.

While for class-XI promotion, 17846 candidates from 173 institutions are appearing in the examination.

Chosekho Rhakho, a student from Dr. Neilhuzhu Government Higher Secondary School (RNGSS) Seikhazou, who is appearing for HSSLC examination at Mezhur Higher Secondary School examination centre, while speaking to Eastern Mirror said that he was a little nervous to enter the new campus for examination, but at the same time, prepared.

HSLC exam from today

Meanwhile, the HSLC examinations will commence on Friday with 22,393 candidates; out of which, 10,444 are boys and 11,949 girls.

Regular candidates are 19,417 while 2,971 are repeaters. Dimapur district is stated to have the highest enrolment with 7,245 candidates followed by Kohima district with 3715 candidates.

By Our Correspondent Updated: Feb 14, 2020 12:09:41 am