Mizoram DIET Result Dec 2017 Declared at mbse.edu.in, Apply for Rechecking till March 5
Mizoram DIET Result Dec 2017 : The Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) has declared the results of Diploma in Elementary Education (D.EI.Ed) first and third semester exam 2017 on the official website, the link for which is mbse.edu.in
As per media reports, the Mizoram Board MBSE DIET Exam 2017 was held in December, 2017.
The results of re-appear examination are also available in the same result pdf under a separate heading. Out of total 812 candidates who had appeared for the examination, 414 students were from the D.El.Ed First semester and 65 candidates were from the Re-appear category.
The total pass percentage for first semester is reported to be 53.85% and 83.38% for third semester. The D.El.Ed – DIET 2017 examination were held in the month of December 2017, last year and candidates who had appeared for the same can follow the instructions below and check their result now.
Steps to check the D.EI.Ed results:
1) Visit the official website of MBSE at mbse.edu.in
2) Click on the link for DIET examination result 2017 under the notification section
3) Click on the link ‘DIET Exam Result Dec 2017’ on the new page that opens
4) A pdf page containing notification, abstract of result and name of candidates indicating whether they have passed or failed will appear on the screen.
Candidates should read the notification carefully. Application for re-checking under Board’s schemes shall be accepted till March 5, 2018.
Candidates who wish to apply for re-checking can do so upto 5th March 2018 on the Board’s website. Candidates who have failed to clear all papers can re-appear later however only one chance will be provided and students must clear all back papers within a period of three years. Candidates who fail to clear the re-appear paper(s) are not eligible to pursue the course any further.
As per the official notification, “It may be noted that a candidate shall be allowed to avail of a single chance to clear his/her back paper(s). Candidates may appear for re-examination of the back paper(s) only at the relevant semester. If a student fails in internal paper, he/she would not be permitted to take admission in the next semester. A candidate must clear all papers within a maximum of 3 (three) years.”
Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) was established by the Government of Mizoram in 1975 by the Mizoram Board of School Education Act. The MBSE has rules and regulations maintained by the chairman who is appointed on a contract basis.
The Board has the power to supervise, regulate and control the schools and education in Mizoram. The secretary of Mizoram Board of School Education is the chief administrative officer who is assisted by three branches heads namely, Controller of Examinations, the Director (Academic) and the Deputy Secretary.
For any query, candidates can visit the official website.
Best wishes – GC Tutor