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Madhyamik and Higher Secondary Examinations results on May 10 and 16

Madhyamik and Higher Secondary Examinations results
The Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examinations results will be published on 10 May and 16 May respectively after the completion of the six phases of Assembly election in the state, following the order of the Supreme Court that results must be published by 10 May.
While the Madhyamik examination had commenced from 1 February and ended on 10 February, the HS examination was held from 15 to 29 February. Last year the Madhyamik results were published 74 days after the completion of the examination. This year the Madhyamik results are being published 90 days after the completion of the examination.
The HS results, on the other hand, are being published 76 days after the examination. The process of declaring the results may have been delayed due to the ongoing Assembly elections in the state, an official of the Board said. The examiners of Madhyamik as well as the HS examination had completed correction of 90 per cent of the papers by midApril, the official informed.
"We had completed checking a major part of the papers in early April and we were making preparations so that the results can come out on time,” a senior official of the Board said. The examinees were worried that results might be published after 19 May when the results of the Assembly polls will be declared.In that case students who will be applying for colleges outside the state may have to face difficulties.
“If the results come out after 19 May then we would have serious problems as the admissions into colleges in some fields in other states start by 15 May,”Anita Sharma, a higher secondary candidate, said. The timely publication of the results before 19 May ensures that students no longer have to face difficulty in applying for higher studies in other states or abroad.
The total number of candidates who took the Madhyamik examination this year was 11, 53432. Around 8 lakh students appeared for their HS examination in 47 subjects this year.(sns)

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