Over 60,000 Students Commence Board Exams in Nagaland

Northeast Desk, 12th February: More than 60,000 students have begun this year’s Class 10-12 board examinations across 68 centers in Nagaland, officials reported. The examinations are set to continue until March 6.

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio and Deputy Y Patton took to X to extend their best wishes to the students for their exams.

“I urge you all to study hard, stay focused, be confident and give your best. Wishing you all good health and may God bless your efforts with success,” Rio said.

Patton added: “May each of you approach the exams with confidence, calm and clarity of mind. Remember, success is not just about marks, but the journey of growth and learning you embark on. May you all excel and emerge victorious in every challenge ahead. Good luck.”

Various tribal students’ organizations, including the Naga Students’ Federation and Eastern Nagaland Students’ Federation, have also extended their best wishes to the students for the board exams.

The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has commenced the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations across 68 exam centers starting today. The first day commenced with the English paper.

The HSSLC examination, scheduled to be held until March 6, will cover various subjects in the humanities, commerce, and science streams in a single shift.

It’s worth mentioning that the NBSE Class 10 board exam is also scheduled to begin tomorrow, February 13.

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