Assam AHSEC 12th Result soon at ahsec.assam.gov.in
Pubnews: Assam AHSEC 12th Result soon at ahsec.assam.gov.in. The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) is expected to announce the results of the Higher Secondary (HS) examinations in the near future. Once the results are released, students will have the opportunity to access and download their class 12 mark sheets for 2023 from the official websites. ahsec.assam.gov.inn and resultassam.nic.in, To access their Class 12 marks, students will be required to provide login credentials including their roll number and a security code. Following the trend of previous years, the Assam Board Exam Result will be unveiled during a press conference.
The Class 12 board exams in Assam were held from February 20 to March 20. These exams were conducted by AHSEC and conducted in two shifts. The first shift took place from 9 am to 11 am, while the second shift took place from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. However, it has recently come to the notice of State Education Minister, Ranoj Pegu, that a circulating notice regarding the date for declaration of Class 12 results is fake. The false notice falsely claims that the HS final exam results will be declared today, May 22, 2023. The official date and time to declare the result will be specifically disclosed by the board on its official website. In light of this situation, the Education Minister urges students to exercise caution and avoid believing or spreading such misleading information.
Meanwhile, the Assam Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) has already announced the Assam High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) results for 2023. The overall pass rate for the HSLC exam is 72.69 percent, in which 301,880 out of 415,324 students appeared for the exam. Successfully Passed SEBA HSLC Exam. Considering the gender-wise pass rates, boys have outperformed girls this year, securing a pass rate of 74.71 percent, while girls have secured an overall pass rate of 70.96 percent. It may be noted that this year there were incidents of HSLC Class 10 question papers being leaked, which resulted in their cancellation a day before the exam. The incident sparked outrage among students and parents and negatively affected the reputation of SEBA. As a result, the Class 10 English and General Science exams were leaked and rescheduled for the current academic year.