On Monday at 9 a.m., the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council announced the results. Students can check their results at any of the following websites: ahsec.assam.gov.in, resultsassam.nic.in, assamresult.co.in, and assam.result.in.
Students who took the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council’s class 12th exams can now see their results at ahsec.assam.gov.in. On Monday at 9 a.m., the Assam Board revealed the class 12th result.
Students can check their results by going to the board’s website, ahsec.assam.gov.in. If the board’s website is down or taking too long to load, students can check their results on resultsassam.nic.in, assamresult.co.in, and assam.result.in.
Students can see their scores and save the digital mark sheet for future reference. They would, however, be allowed to receive their grade sheets and certificates from the schools afterward. Aside from the results, the Assam board has also released the top ten rank holders in each stream, including Science, Arts, and Commerce.
“Today at 9 a.m., the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council will announce the results of the Higher Secondary Examination for the year 2023,” confirmed CM Himanta Biswa Sarma in a tweet.
How do I check my Assam class 12th result?
To check Assam Higher Secondary Results, follow the steps outlined below.
-Click on any of the above-mentioned official website links.
-Click on the link for HS or Class 12 results.
-Use the credentials provided to log in.
-Enter submit and examine the findings.
-Details are required to download the grade sheet.
It is worth noting that the results of the class tenth examination will be released in March 2023.
Notably, 2,49,812 students took the exam in 2023. Several reports previously stated that the Assam results would be released on May 27. However, Assam education minister Ranoj Pegu later refuted the report. To download the mark sheet, students must enter their roll number on the result link. The students must input their roll number on the result link. Students who failed one or two topics would be entitled to sit for extra tests. Last year, 92.19% of science students passed, 83.48% of art students passed, and 87.27% of commerce students passed.