MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021 – Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE), releases MBOSE SSLC admit card on the official website i.e mbose.in. It is provided in the PDF format. To download the same, the school authorities need to login with their district name, institute name, username and password. Candidates will then get their MBOSE SSLC hall ticket from their teachers and headmasters. They should note that the MBOSE SSLC admit card is released separately for regular and supplementary examination. Students should also note that the MBOSE SSLC hall ticket is also needed at the time of result. Scroll below to check out the steps to download get it, details in it, what to do in case of discrepancy, things to carry / not to carry and much more.
MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021
Students who are carrying the MBOSE SSLC hall ticket are only allowed to enter the test centre, hence, it must carried as per the schedule provided on MBOSE routine 2021. The MBOSE admit card comprises of important details like name of candidate, test centre name and address, roll number, instructions, signature and reporting time. Shown below are the important dates.
|Release of admit card||June 2021|
|Exam Date||19 Apr – 3 May 2021|
Download Here: The school authorities can download MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021 as per schedule from mboseonline.in.
How can schools download MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021?
Schools must ensure that they have a strong internet connection and a compatible browser before downloading the MBOSE SSLC admit card. The steps to do so are as follows.
1st step: As the first step, you need to click on the above given link.
2nd step: On doing so, the institute login will open up on screen. You have to enter the following login credentials.
- District Name
- Institute Name
- User Name
3rd step: After submitting the details, the MBOSE SSLC Admit Card appears on the screen in PDF format.
Keep the hardcopy of the admit card safe as you will need it for MBOSE Result 2021.
What to do in case of discrepancy in MBOSE SSLC Admit Card?
The MBOSE SSLC Admit Card is scrutinised by the invigilators at the exam centre. Hence the students should read and check each and every detail in the same and get it corrected. In case there is any error or mistake in the same, the students should contact the officials of the board immediately.
Call at 8928806746 or email at [email protected]
Things to carry to the MBOSE SSLC Test Centre
The students are advised to carry the following items to the MBOSE SSLC Test Centre in their original format. They should also wear mask given the COVID-19 situation.
- MBOSE SSLC 2021 Admit Card
- Useful Stationery like pens, pencils and erasers
- Bottle of water
- Transparent bottle of sanitizer
Things not to carry to MBOSE SSLC Test Centre
The MBOSE board prohibits the candidates from carrying the following items to the centre. If any one is found in possession of any of these, then the candidature and result will be cancelled.
- Digital Watches
- Electronic Items
- Paper or Written Notes
- Time Table PDF
List of subjects in the MBOSE SSLC 2021 Examination
More than 51,334 students appeared in the MBOSE SSLC examination in the year 2020. This year, the Meghalaya Board will conduct the exam for the following subjects. They are mentioned on time table.
- Health & Physical Education/Computer
- Science/Vocational Subjects
- Indian Languages/Additional English
- Social Science
- Science and Technology
The Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE), was established in the year 1973, the headquarters of the same are located in Tura. The main objective of the board is conducting the Secondary School Leaving Certificate SSLC and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate(HSSLC) examination. The official language of the MBOSE board is English. It also provides recognition and affiliation to the private and government schools, currently more than 1400 schools in the state. The MBOSE also constructs syllabus and curriculum, datesheet for the students.
FAQ’s for MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021
Ans 1. No, Candidates will get the MBOSE SSLC Admit Card 2021 by their schools.
Ans 2. No, you have to get the hardcopy only.
Ans 3. No, you cannot change your test centre.
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