Assam HSLC Examination 2012 Results | HSLC results to be declared by June 10

The evaluation process of the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (Seba)-conducted HSLC exam is nearing completion. Almost 51 zones have been covered and the result would be declared before June 10, said Seba chairman Shantikam Hazarika.

He said, "As per the Supreme Court's directives, the results have to be declared before June 10, so we will definitely try to declare the results by then. Since the people involved in the evaluation process are not familiar with the technicalities, Amtron is providing technical support and assistance. There are about 28 lakh answer scripts from 51 zones, so the evaluation process will take some time, but it won't get delayed."This year, there were many mishaps and goof-ups in the examination, from errors in admit and registration cards to wrong distribution of question papers in Nalbari, Lakhimpur and Majuli, which resulted in rescheduling of the general science exam from March 10 to March 26 to April 10. Besides, there was also an incident of cows devouring answersheets at an evaluation centre in Goalpara. But the Seba authorities claim that in most of the cases, it was the irresponsibility of schoolteachers which caused the fiascos.

A senior Seba official said, "This is probably the worst-recruited lot of teachers all over the state because of which not only the students but the board too is facing problems."

Seba was not responsible for the incident of distribution of wrong question papers, he said, adding that the onus lay with the teacher and authorities of that school. "So, merely blaming Seba is not the solution here, as we cannot direct a particular school to perform their duties properly," he said. The board also alleges that there was a series of conspiracies hatched against Seba to ensure that the exams don't take place successfully. "There were mishaps and problems in other education boards in other states too, but this time there has been a series of such problems, so we suspect that these were planned moves, though we are not very sure about this." he said.

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