MBOSE HSSLC Result 2020 announced: The students can check their marks on the official website mbose.in and megresults.nic.in. Mahima Sinha has bagged the first position in the arts stream exams with 85.6% marks this year.
Students who have taken the MBOSE class 12th arts examination will be able to check their results online at mbose.in after it is announced.
Students who have appeared in the exam can check their results at www.megresults.nic.in, www.meghalayaonline.in, www.meghalaya.shiksha, and www.results.shiksha.
MBOSE HSSLC Result 2020 today: Students who have taken the class 12th exam can check their results at megresults.nic.in, meghalayaonline.in, meghalaya.shiksha, and results.shiksha.
After the result is announced, the students can check the results through the websites- megresults.nic.in, meghalayaonline.in, meghalaya.shiksha, results.shiksha.
According to the reports, MBOSE will also complete its evaluation process by May 31, 2020. The states education minister Lakhmen Rymbui said that the Government wants to announce the results by June 10, 2020.
More than 2,000 people have been identified who were in contact with the doctor.
In Shillong, in a separate decision, the Meghalaya government has allowed the opening of wine shops and bonded warehouses from Monday.
Many of the migrant workers had to remain stranded after the lockdown was imposed
On March 23, 2020, an official said that the Meghalaya class 12th board exams have been postponed over the COVID-19 threat.
The government added that the order to keep tourist places closed might also be extended up to April 15.
The Assam Government has also closed all schools, cinema halls and gyms from Monday till March 29
Fresh clashes were reported Saturday morning after the 10-hour curfew was lifted in Shillong, causing the curfew to be reimposed in parts of the town.
After the incident, a notification issued by M War Nongbri, the district magistrate of East Khasi Hills
Candidates who registered for Meghalaya Police Recruitment 2019 can check and download the Meghalaya Police PET Admit Card from the Meghalaya Police website at megpolice.gov.in.
The allegations were posted against the Assam Police who had wanted to set up camp on a plot of land belonging to the resident of Meghalaya residing in Umwali village
Meghalaya chief minister Conrad Sangma took the decision after being pressurised by Ministers of UDP and PDF partners of the MDA coalition government who started to register their protest against James K Sangma.
Interested and eligible candidates can apply in the prescribed format on or before 19/02/2020.
Former CM was also seen lashing out at Mizoram’s lone Lok Sabha MP C Lalrosanga for his support to CAA’s implementation. Former CM claimed C Lalrosonga was not reliable.