Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022 – Download Exam Pattern, Detailed Syllabus

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Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022 – Download Exam Pattern, Detailed Syllabus

This article is about Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022 Revised Syllabus and Exam pattern. The Candidates who have been searching for Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) 10th Class Syllabus 2022 can get the complete details along with an updated Exam Pattern PDF from this page. The Officials of the Government of Nagaland have reduced the Nagaland School Board HSLC Syllabus 2022. Revised syllabus is available at www.nbsenagaland.com. Here we are providing the Latest SSLC/ HSLC/ 10th Class Syllabus. So all the Candidates who are preparing for the 10th Class Board Examinations are requested to Download the Nagaland 10th Class Model papers 2022 from our website.  For More  Govt Jobs click here

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has released the 10th Class Syllabus. Government of Nagaland is conducting 10th Class examinations in the month of March 2022. SSC Plays a major role in selecting Higher Secondary Institutes. So candidates must prepare well to get a good score in the 10th Class Examination. Carefully read the exam pattern and syllabus described below and attend the Nagaland Board of School Education. In Nagaland State, Nagaland Board of School Education will conduct Secondary and Senior Secondary Examinations twice a year (including supplementary Exams). Detailed examination pattern is also given below.
Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) Examination will commence on 9th March 2022 and ends on 22nd March 2022.  Nagaland Board of School Education has also mentioned that students must prepare well for the examination due to non-conduction of classes in the school campuses. So, Government also reduced the Syllabus.

NBSE HSLC Syllabus PDF – Overview

Name of the Organization Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE)
Name of Exam 10th Class/ SSC/ HSLC
Subject Name English, Maths, Science, Social Studies, Hindi
Category  Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022
Exam Dates 9th March 2022 to 22nd March 2022
Syllabus Status  Download Here
Official Website www.nbsenagaland.com

Download Nagaland 10th Class Examination Pattern:

  • Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE)  has released the 10th Class Examination Pattern. Nagaland 10th Class Examination will be of 100 marks. The duration of the examination is about 3 hours for each and every subject. 15 minutes of extra duration will be given to the students for reading the question
  • Nagaland School Examination Board has announced the revised syllabus and paper pattern for Nagaland Board exams for class 10th. This year, the board has decided to reduce the syllabus by 30% due to the suspension of classes in the wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Students must appear for 6 main subjects which includes three language papers in the Nagaland School Board Examination.
  • Duration of the examination is about 3 hours. 15 minutes will be allotted to each student for reading the question paper and also to follow the instructions prescribed by the Examination Board.

Read the article carefully to know more about the examination pattern.

Detailed Examination Pattern given below:

Subject Name Total Marks
Hindi 100
English 100
Sanskrit 100
Mathematics 100
Science 100
Social Science 100
Name of the Criteria About the criteria
Types of Questions Objective Type followed by Subjective Questions
Maximum Marks of Each paper 100
Subject English, Social Science, Science, Maths, Hindi
Qualifying Marks 33 marks in each subject and 33% in aggregate

Nagaland 10th Class Subjects:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Hindi
  • Sanskrit

Download Nagaland 10th Class English Syllabus:

Literature

a) Prose

i. Mehouviu and Morusa

ii. Imitating the English Gentleman (MK Gandhi)

iii. Invictus

iv. Macbeth (William Shakespeare)

b) Poetry

i. Death the Leveller (James Shirley)

ii. Jina Etiben – A Romance re-told

iii. The Listeners (Walter De La Mare)

iv. The Windhover (GM Hopkins)

c) Drama – Riders to the Sea – J.N.Synge

Reading

Writing

Grammar

Download Nagaland 10th Class Book Keeping & Accountancy Syllabus:

Unit I: Final Accounts
Final Accounts – Meaning and Limitations, Trading Account – Meaning, Need and Purpose, Proforma; Profit and Loss Account – Meaning, Need and Purpose, Proforma; Balance Sheet – Meaning, Need and Purpose, Proforma, Preparation of Trading, Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet of a Sole Trader (without adjustments).

Unit II: Banking
Types of Accounts and their operation; ATM, Debit and Credit Card, E – banking.

Unit III: Bank Reconciliation Statement
Utility and preparation.

Unit IV: Bills of exchange

Bills of Exchange – Meaning, Characteristics, Parties, Specimen, Elements. Promissory Notes – Meaning, Characteristics, Parties, Specimen, Difference between Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes.

Unit V: Errors and their rectification
Types of errors and entries for their rectification.

Unit VI: Depreciation
Meaning, Definition, Special features, Causes, Objectives, Factors, Methods, Advantages and Disadvantages.

Download Nagaland 10th Class Environmental Education Syllabus:

Unit I: Restoring Balance in Ecosystem 

  • Need for adopting control measures to check for spoilage of landscape.
  • Need for conservation and management of water – integrated watershed management, recharging of ground water including rain water harvesting, development of appropriate technology.
  • Conservation and management of forests, grasslands, semi-arid ecosystems.
  • Conservation and management of ocean resources – marine and coastal ecosystems, importance of coral reefs.
  • Conservation and management of soil – alternate cropping, judicious use of inputs like water, fertilizers, pesticides; use of manure, bio-fertilizers and bio-pesticides; plantation and conservation of grasslands to check soil erosion; forest conservation including Joint Forests Management (JFM), afforestation including social forestry and agro-forestry.
  • Measures to conserve wildlife – national parks, sanctuaries and bio-reserves; breeding programmes for endangered species; preventing poaching, hunting and bio-piracy; enforcement of legal provisions.
    Application of bio-technology.
  • Public awareness programmes concerning conservation of water, soil, air, forests and other resources.
  • Relevance of indigenous practices.
  • Tribal culture and its linkage to forest resources and their conservation.

Unit II: Pollution

Types of pollution – air, water (fresh and marine), soil, radiation and noise.
Sources of pollution and major pollutants; oil spills.
Effects of pollution on – environment, human health and other organisms.
Abatement of pollution.

Unit III: Issues of the Environment

  • Decline in forest, agricultural and marine productivity and its effects on economy.
  • Resettlement and rehabilitation of people.
  • Energy crisis – urban and rural sectors.
  • Greenhouse effect and global warning.
  • Climatic changes.
  • Acid rain.
  • Ozone layer depletion.
  • Disaster – natural and man-made; disaster management and its mitigation.

Unit IV: Striving for a Better Environment

  • Use of efficient and eco-friendly technology.
  • Sustainable use of resources.
  • Adoption of indigenous practices; sacred groves.
  • Consumer education – consumer rights, making correct choices while buying different items, food adulteration.
  • Community participation for ecological restoration and conservation.
  • Protection of wildlife; stopping of cruelty to animals.
  • Enforcements of acts, laws and policies.
  • Some success stories – use of CNG, Chipko Movement, water harvesting, Silent Valley and the like.

Download Nagaland 10th Class Maths Syllabus:

Unit-I: Number Systems

Real Numbers

Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic – statements after reviewing work done earlier and after
illustrating and motivating through examples, Proofs of results – irrationality of √2, √3, √5,
decimal expansions of rational numbers in terms of terminating/non-terminating recurring
decimals.

Sets

Unit-II: Commercial Mathematics

  • Compound Interest
  • Ratio and Proportions
  • Cost of Living Index
  • Sales Tax

Unit-III: Algebra

Polynomials

Zeros of a polynomial. Relationship between zeros and coefficients of a polynomial with particular reference to quadratic polynomials.

GCD and LCM

Pair of Linear Equations in two variables

Pair of linear equations in two variables. Geometric representation of different possibilities of
solutions/inconsistency. Algebraic conditions for number of solutions. Solution of pair of linear equations in two variables algebraically- by substitution, by elimination. Simple situational problems must be included. Simple problems on equations reducible to linear equations may be included.

Unit-IV: Geometry

Lines and Angles

 Triangles

  • Definitions, examples, counter-examples of similar triangles.
  •  If a line is drawn parallel to one side of a triangle to intersect the other two sides in distinct points, the other two sides are divided in the same ratio.
  • If a line divides two sides of a triangle in the same ratio, the line is parallel to the third side.
  • If in two triangles, the corresponding angles are equal, their corresponding sides are proportional and the triangles are similar.
  • If the corresponding sides of two triangles are proportional, their corresponding angles are equal and the two triangles are similar.
  • If one angle of a triangle is equal to one angle of another triangle and the sides including these angles are proportional, the two triangles are similar.
  •  If a perpendicular is drawn from the vertex of the right angle of a right triangle to the hypotenuse, the triangles on each side of the perpendicular are similar to the whole triangle and to each other.
  • The ratio of the areas of two similar triangles is equal to the ratio of the squares of their corresponding sides.
  • In a right triangle, the square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides.
  • In a triangle, if the square on one side is equal to the sum of the squares on the other two sides, the angle opposite to the first side is a right angle.

Concurrent lines in a triangle

Quadrilaterals and Parallelogram

Circles:

  • Tangent to a circle at, point of contact
  • The tangent at any point of a circle is perpendicular to the radius through the point of contact.
  • The lengths of tangents drawn from an external point to a circle are equal.
  • Alternative Segment theorem: If a chord is drawn through the point of contact of a tangent to a circle, then the angles made by the chord with the tangent are respectively equal to the angles subtended by the chord in the alternate segments.

Area

Constructions

  • Division of a line segment in a given ratio (internally).
  • Tangents to a circle from a point outside it.
  • Construction of a triangle similar to a given triangle.

Unit-V: Co-ordinate Geometry

Review the concepts of coordinate geometry done earlier including graphs of linear equations. Awareness of geometrical representation of quadratic polynomials. Distance between two points and section formula(internal).

Unit-VI: Trigonometry

Introduction to Trigonometry

Trigonometric ratios of an acute angle of a right-angled triangle. Proof of their existence (well defined); motivate the ratios whichever are defined at 0o and 90o. Values of the trigonometric ratios of 300, 450 and 600. Relationships between the ratios.

Trigonometric Identities

Proof and applications of the identity sin2A + cos2A = 1. Only simple identities are to be given. Trigonometric ratios of complementary angles.

Unit-VII: Menstruation

Heights and Distances: Angle of elevation, Angle of Depression

Simple problems on heights and distances. Problems should not involve more than two right triangles. Angles of elevation/depression should be only 30°, 45°, and 60°.

Areas Related to Circles

Motivate the area of a circle; area of sectors and segments of a circle. Problems based on areas and perimeter / circumference of the above said plane figures. (In calculating the area of a segment of a circle, problems should be restricted to the central angle of 60°, 90° and 120° only. Plane figures involving triangles, simple quadrilaterals and circles should be taken.)

Circles and Constructions

Surface Areas and Volumes

Surface areas and volumes of combinations of any two of the following: cubes, cuboids, spheres, hemispheres and right circular cylinders/cones. Frustum of a cone.

Problems involving converting one type of metallic solid into another and other mixed problems. (Problems with combination of not more than two different solids be taken).

Unit-VIII: Statistics and Probability

Statistics

Mean, median and mode of grouped data (bimodal situation to be avoided). Cumulative frequency graph.

Probability

Classical definition of probability. Simple problems on finding the probability of an event.

Download Nagaland 10th Class Social Science Syllabus:

Unit I: India and the contemporary world 

a. Nationalism in Europe:

The growth of nationalism in Europe after the 1830’s.
The ideas of Giuseppe Mazzini etc.
General Characteristics of the Movements in Poland, Hungary & Greece.

b. Nationalist Movement in Indo-China:

French colonialism in Indo-China.
Phases of struggle against the French.
The Second World War and the struggle for liberation.

c. Nationalism in India:

Satyagraha Movement.
Movements of peasants, workers, tribals.
Simon Commission.
INA, Cabinet Mission.

d. Trade and Globalization:

Expansion and integration of the world market.
Trade and economy between the two wars.
Shifts after the 1950s.
Impact of globalization.

Unit II: Resources (India)

a. Resources: Types, need for resource planning.

Natural Resources:

Land: Changing land use pattern, land degradation, soil types and conservation measures.
Water Resources: Multipurpose projects, need for conservation and management, rain water harvesting.
Mineral: Types, economic importance and conservation.

b. Power Resources:

Types of Power resources – conventional and non-conventional, utilization and conservation.

c. Agriculture:
Types of farming, major crops, cropping pattern, technological and institutional reforms, their impact, contribution of agriculture to national economy.

d. Manufacturing Industries:

Types, contribution of industries to the national
economy.
Industrial pollution and degradation of environment.
Measures to control degradation.

e. Transport and Communication:
Types and importance.

f. Map Reading:
Uses of map, classification of map basing on functions, grid reference.

Unit III : Democratic politics

Working of democracy:

Division in the working of democracy.
Effects of caste on politics and of politics on caste.
Gender division in politics.
Effects of communalism in democracy.

Power sharing mechanisms in democracy:

Division of power in democracies.
Indian Federalism towards national unity.
Decentralization and national unity.
Accommodation of different social groups in democracy.

Competition and contestations in democracy:

Shaping of democracy in favour of ordinary people.
Role of political parties in competition and contestations.
Party system in India.

d. Outcomes of democracy:

Democracy and its outcomes.
Expectations of democracies with special reference to India.
Development, security and dignity for the people in democracy.
Factors that sustains democracy in India.

e. Challenges to democracy:

Challenges to Indian democracy.
Reforming and deepening of democracy.
Role of an ordinary citizen in deepening democracy.
Is the Idea of democracy shrinking?

Unit IV: Understanding an economy:

a. Development:
Traditional notion of development – National Income and Per-Capita Income.
Growth of NI – critical appraisal of existing development indicators (PCI, IMR,SR and other
income and health indicators).
The need for health and educational developmentHuman Development Indicators (in simple and brief) as a holistic measures of development.

b. Money and financial system:
Role of money in an economy.
Formal and informal financial institutions for savings
and credit.
One formal institution such as a nationalized commercial bank and a few informal institutions – Local money lenders, landlords, self help groups, chit funds and private finance companies.

c. Role of Service Sector in Indian Economy:

Service sector and its importance in generating employment and income to the nation.
Growth of service sector in India.
India as a major service provider to the world.
Need for public investment.
The role of important infrastructure- education and health.

d. Consumer awareness:

Exploitation of consumer and its causes.
Rise of consumer awareness.
Consumer’s responsibility in a market.
Role of government in consumer protection.

Unit V: Nagaland (Geography & G.K.)

Download Nagaland 10th Class Science Syllabus:

Unit I: Materials – Chemical Substances – Nature and Behaviour

Rate of chemical reaction and chemical equilibrium: Elementary idea of rate of reactions, slow and fast reactions, reversible and irreversible reactions. Chemical equilibriumdynamic nature (in brief); acids and bases (Lowry and Bronsted theory); pH scale; heat changes during chemical reactions.

Some important chemical compounds: Preparation/manufacture (in brief), properties and uses of- washing soda, baking soda, bleaching powder and Plaster of Paris. Manufacture and properties of some important building materials–lime, cement, glass and steel.

Metals and non-metals:

Metals: Minerals and ores; metallurgy- enrichment of ores, extraction of metals from ores, their refinement and purification (with reference to iron and aluminium); activity series of metals, general properties and corrosion of metals. Alloys –components, properties and uses of steel, stainless steel, brass and magnelium, Alloying of gold.

Non-metals: physical and chemicals properties of non-metals; preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen, ammonia, sulphur, sulphuric acid.

Carbon compounds: Carbon; carbon-tetravalency and catenation; Functional groups (oxygen containing only); Preparation, properties and uses of ethanol and formaldehyde; Carboxylic acids – preparation, properties and uses of acetic acid; some common synthetic polymers, soaps and detergents

Unit-II: Energy, Light, Electricity and Energy

Light: Nature of light – theories of light; reflection of light – laws of reflection, reflection from plane and curved surfaces; mirror – plane, concave and convex; sign conventions; derivation of mirror formula, magnification. Laws of refraction; refraction through a rectangular slab; image formation by concave and convex lenses; lens formula (with simple treatment); sign conventions; power of lens; some optical phenomena in nature (twinkling of stars, mirage); defects of vision and their correction. Construction and working of a compound microscope and an astronomical telescope; Dispersion of white light by a glass prism; composition of white light, colour of objects and pigments, super imposition of light of primary colours.

Electricity and its effects: Potential and potential difference, electric current, Ohm’s Law, combination of resistances in series and parallel; heating effects of electric current and its applications; Power, commercial unit of electrical energy. Electrolysis– Faraday’s Laws (excluding equations), electroplating, electrochemical cells– dry cell; Magnetic field due to current carrying conductor–straight, coil, solenoid (qualitative idea only), electromagnetic induction, electric motor and generator (DC), direct and alternating current (qualitative idea), domestic electric circuits, safety measures in using electricity.

Sources of energy: Renewable and non-renewable sources. Renewable sources–solar
energy- solar cooker, solar water heater, solar cell; wind energy–hydro energyhydroelectricity, geothermal, biogas, hydrogen; Non- renewable sources– fossil fuels-coaldestructive distillation of coal (in brief), petroleum and natural gas; conditions of combustion; choice of a good fuel; efficient use of fuels. Nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, chain reaction, nuclear reactors (basic principle and safety measures), advantages and hazards of using nuclear energy; judicious use of energy

Unit-III: Living World – Life Processes

Life processes I: Nutrition– modes of nutrition–autotrophic, heterotrophic, saprophytic, holozoic and parasitic; nutrition in plants–photosynthesis (main steps), factors affecting photosynthesis; nutrition in animals (main steps) – in amoeba and grasshopper; Human digestive system. Respiration and breathing, types of respiration (aerobic and anaerobic), respiration in plants and animals, respiration through skin, gills, air tube, lungs (earthworm, fish, grasshopper and human); structure and functions of respiratory organs in humans (elementary idea). Transportation in plants and animals; transportation in plants (water and minerals, food), transportation in human– role and composition of blood, blood clotting, blood groups and blood transfusion; structure and function of heart and blood vessels (elementary idea), lymphatic system; Excretion in animals (amoeba and earthworm); excretion in humans; osmoregulation.

Life processes II: Control and coordination – coordination in plants and animals; nervous system, reflex action, hormones in human beings (in brief). Reproduction – types, significance; Reproduction in plants- asexual reproduction- vegetative propagation in plants- cutting, grafting and layering; parthenogenesis; sexual reproduction- reproductive parts in plants; Pollination and fertilization. Reproduction in animals – fission, budding, regeneration;
reproduction in humans; sexual cycle in female (in brief); fertilization in humans; artificial insemination, cloning (elementary idea only).  Heredity and evolution: Heredity and variation; physical basis of heredity– chromosomes, DNA (elementary idea only); genes; sex determination; organic evolutiontheories of evolution (elementary idea only).

Unit IV: Natural Resources
Management of natural resources: Conservation and judicious use of natural resources, Regional Environment: Adverse effects of hunting, logging, fishing with chemicals; Water harvesting, sustainability of natural resources.

Unit V: Our Environment
Environment and environmental problems: Biodegradable and non-biodegradable materials; Solid waste management; Ecological balance – sustainable development, inter-relationship of population; Climate change; Global warming. Efforts for conservation and protection of the environment, environmental laws (mention only).

Download Nagaland 10th Class Music Syllabus:

Unit-I: Ethnic Music

Know the basic structure of the following instruments: Single String/Cup violin, Bamboo mouth organ, Flute, Trumpet, Drum, Log Drum, Bamboo sounding box, Leaf music.
Identify and name ethnic Naga music instruments.
Identify the melodic intervals of a given Naga folk song (4 measures)

Unit-II Western Music

  • New notes for Grade 3, Treble Clef and Bass Clef, Note values and Rests.
  • Compound time signatures; Grouping notes in 6/8, 9/8 and 12/8. Grouping rests in 6/8, 9/8 and 12/8.
  • Writing your own tunes to a given rhythm.
  • Anacrusis
  • Quaver triplets, Grouping quaver triplet rests.
  • The melodic minor scale, the circle of 5ths, more about the new keys for Grade 3, Labelling scales.
  • Second inversions of tonic triads, Arpeggios (Broken Chords).
  • Working out the key of a piece.
  • Intervals – major and minor 6ths and 7ths.
  • Real and tonal sequences.
  • Dominant triads in major keys; Dominant triads in minor keys; chord
    progression
  • Similar motion, Contrary motion.
  • Writing a Bass line; Writing a tune.
  • 4-part chords.
  • Transposing tunes up or down an octave
  • Analysis including Perfect cadences, Musical words and symbols

About Nagaland Board of School education (NBSE):-

The NBSE was set up through an Act by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and received the assent of the Governor on the 15th of November 1973.

 It started functioning from the 1st October 1974, and in March 1975, the Board held its first High School Leaving Certificate Examination at 6 (six) centres, for 2008 (two thousand and eight) candidates.

In trying to emerge with her own identity, a series of workshops, seminars, trainings, study tour were organized. Subsequently, the state level curriculum committee held its first meeting on the 30th March 1978 which led to a series of workshops to bring out our independent curriculum. The new curriculum, shaped after the needs of the state, was approved by the Government on the 12th April 1979. Text books written or selected in accordance with the newly framed curriculum were put into use for classes 9 and 10 from 1981 and 1982 respectively.

 In 1986, a significant development marked the HSLC examination process with the introduction of centrally coded answer books for centralised evaluation.

In 1988, the existing HSLC course was semesterised and bifurcated into two examinations, i.e. the Class 9 (Promotion) Examination and the HSLC examination. With the onset of semesterisation, supplementary examination was done away with.

How to Download Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022?

Nagaland School Education Board has released the revised syllabus for all the subjects in the 10th Class. Detailed PDFS are available here. Candidates who are preparing for the examination can download the Syllabus from here. Syllabus is available at the below mentioned URLS

Download Nagaland Board 10th Class Detailed Syllabus

Name of the Subject Download PDF
Download All Subjects Syllabus in a Single PDF (Reduced Syllabus) Click Here
Official Website of Nagaland Board of School Education Click Here

How to Download Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022?

      • Visit the Official Website of Nagaland School Education Department, www.nbsenagaland.com
      • Click on the Syllabus option available in the home page.
      • A drop down menu will open, click on Study Material
      • Click on the respective subject to get the detailed syllabus for all the subjects.
      • Syllabus is mandatory for every student who is appearing in the examination.

Preparation Tips for attending the examination:

      • Students should read the Nagaland 10th Class Syllabus 2022 for each and every subject carefully
      • Clearly cover and study all the topics before attending the examination.
      • Prepare a study plan and give equal amount of time for reading every subjects.
      • Revise difficulty topics in each and every subject thoroughly
      • Check and download previous question papers for testing your confidence level.
      • Please read all the syllabus before the commencement of examination.
      • Students frequently neglect to study them in favour of other books even though the papers are completely based on board textbooks. This type of error should be avoided in order to get a good score.
      • It is essential to practice every topic in each and every subject you complete through sample papers or previous year’s question papers. Time yourself and try to solve the paper in the shortest time possible so that you have time for revision in the exam.

Instructions for attending the Nagaland 10th Class Examination:

  • The Nagaland HSLC admit card is mandatorily required for all students. Without an HSLC admission card, no applicant will be allowed to enter the exam hall.
  • According to the Nagaland HSLC time table 2022 of Nagaland Board of School Education students should arrive half an hour before the exam time to avoid any last-minute delays.
  • Students are recommended to keep their pencil box, admit card, and school id in one location a day before the exam day to avoid any problems on exam day.
  • According to the Nagaland Time Table 2022, students will be given an additional 15 minutes to peruse the question papers.
  • Students should be aware that electronic devices such as calculators, cell phones, and other similar items are not permitted within the exam hall.
  • Any student who is caught cheating will be disqualified from the exam.

How to Download Nagaland 10th Class Hall Ticket 2022?

      • Visit the official website of Nagaland Board of School Education, www.nbsenagaland.com
      • Check the notifications/ downloads page available in the home page.
      • Click on the HSLC Examination available on the home page
      • Click on the HSLC Menu and login with the student credentials
      • Select HSLC Public Exam Hall Ticket 2022 link, and then click on proceed (link visible and active based on schedule only)
      • Enter the student details required to download the hall ticket
      • The HSLC Nominal Roll or hall ticket of March 2022 exams is displayed on the screen with a photograph of the student
      • Proceed with print option and take multiple copy’s of printouts

Details available in the Nagaland 10th Class Admit Card 2022:

      • Name of the Examination
      • Roll number of the Candidate
      • Examination Date
      • Venue of the Examination
      • Reporting Time
      • Details of the Candidate
      • Passport Size photograph
      • Duration of the Examination
      • Examination Instructions

FAQs regarding NBSE HSLC Syllabus 2022?

The following FAQ’s will satisfy some of the doubts arise in the minds of students. Please read all the FAQ’s to get much clarity about the Nagaland 10th Class Examinations.

Who will conduct Nagaland 10th Class Examinations?

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE)

What is the examination timetable of Nagaland Board 10th Class?

Nagaland 10th Class Examinations will be conducted during 9th March 2022 to 22nd March 2022.

When will Nagaland 10th Class examination results will be declared?

Approximately in the month of April/ May/ June 2022

What is the minimum percentage to qualify Nagaland School Board exam?

Students must acquire at least 33 per cent marks to qualify the examination.

Can I apply revaluation after result declaration?

Yes, it is possible.

How much Percentage the Nagaland Government has reduced the Syllabus?

Nagaland School Examination Board has reduced the syllabus by 30%

What is the full form of HSLC?

Higher Secondary Leaving Certificate (HSLC)

What is the full form of MBSE?

Nagaland Board of School Education (MBSE)

Is there any changes in the Syllabus of Nagaland 10th Class compared to previous year?

Yes, some portions of the syllabus got deleted due to non-conduction of classes in the school campus

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