AHSEC Assam Board twelfth Result 2020: Students who took the exam can check their results at the official website — sebaonline.org and resultsassam.nic.in — or via SEBA Results 2022 mobile app.
The end result will be available at ahsec.nic.in, assamonline.in, resultsassam.nic.in.
Assam Board AHSEC HS twelfth Result 2022: The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has introduced the Class 12 boards result at nine am today, i.e. June 27, 2022. All the applicants who appeared for the board exam can check their respective results on the official website — sebaonline.org or resultsassam.nic.in.
This year, the Assam board has efficiently performed both the practical tests and theory tests. All the precautions with adherence to COVID-19 had been taken by the schools and students as ordered by the state Assam government. The class 12 board exams had been performed from March 15 to April 12, 2022.
AHSEC Assam Board HS Class 12 results 2022: How to check scorecard via website
Step 1: Visit the official website — ahsec.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the hyperlink that reads ‘Board result 2022’ available on the main page
Step 3: Submit your roll no. or registration no. and date of birth (DOB)
Step 4: The class 12 board examination result will seem at the screen
Step 5: Download results after which get a printout later for future reference.
AHSEC Assam Board HS Class 12 results 2022: How to check through SMS
Students also can test their board exam results through SMS. To check the end result via a text message applicants are recommended to follow the given format —
Step 1: Open the SMS app on your phone
Step 2: Tap on developing a new SMS option
Step 3: In the body text, type Assam12rollnumber
Step 4: Send it to 56263, and then students get their end result as an SMS alert.
Additionally, students also can check their results via the app named ‘SEBA Results 2022’. This app may be downloaded from Google Playstore for android users. After downloading, visit the app and log in with registration no. The result will seem on the screen.
In 2021, the general passing per cent was 98.93 per cent, of which 2,49,812 applicants appeared for the exam out of which 38430 applicants had been from the Science stream, 191855 had been from the Arts stream, and 18443 had been from the Commerce stream and 1081 students had been from the vocational course.