Kohima, May 3: Results season has been ushered in for quite some time now and as students all over the country have been waiting for the D-day, so have the children who appeared for the class 10 boards in the north eastern state of Nagaland. The results for the Nagaland HSLC (Class 10) as well as HSSLC (Class 12) examinations 2016, conducted by the Nagaland Board of Secondary Education (NBSE) are likely to be declared today. Once the results are officially declared at NBSE center in Kohima, candidates will be able to check their results at the official website of NBSE.Also Read - Nagaland Announces 'Unlock-6' From Sep 17; Schools To Reopen For Classes 5-10 From Oct 1

The results can be checked by logging on to nbsenagaland.com. Candidates can also check their marks by logging on to the state government’s official website nagaland.gov.inThis year, NBSE conducted the exams from 10 to 23 February 2016 at 72 centres across Nagaland. Meanwhile, the class 12 boards were conducted across 50 centers in the state, from 09 till 27 February 2016.  Also Read: Nagaland.gov.in Nagaland HSLC Class 10 result 2016 to be declared tomorrow on official website Nbsenagaland.com Also Read - Karnataka SSLC Class 10 Result 2021: KSEEB to Announce SSLC Result on August 9 at 3:30 PM, Here's How to Check Marksheet @karresults.nic.in

The results can also be accessed by sending an SMS to numbers mentioned below, with the following keywords-
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  • – HSLC (Class 10) Examination 2016
  •  – SMS – NB10<space>ROLL NUMBER to 54242
  • – HSLC (Class 10) Examination 2016
  • – SMS – RESULT<space>NBSE10<space> ROLL NUMBER to 58888

A total of 22,969 students sat for the HSLC examination. The number has reportedly seen a dip from the last year, where the number was 23,612 in 2015. The overall passing percentage had also fallen from 65.19% in 2014 to 63.05% in 2015. Meanwhile, in Class 12 board exams, the number of students who appeared for the exam increased from  13,657 to 14,508 students. However, the pass percentage saw a dip here as well- dropping from 78.27% in 2014 to 72.13% in 2015.