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Meghalaya Board of School Education

Meghalaya Board of School Education
Formation 1973
Type State Governmental Board of Education
Headquarters Tura, India
Official language English
Website [1]

The Meghalaya Board of School of Education (MBOSE) was set up as per The Meghalaya Board of School Education Act, 1973, as to regulate, control and supervise matters related to School Education in the state of Meghalaya, India. It was initially set up to control the SSLC Exam until, the Pre-University degree was discontinued by the North Eastern Hill University(NEHU) in 1996. Since then, MBOSE has been responsible for conducting the Secondary School Leaving Certificate(SSLC) as well as the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate(HSSLC) Exam in the state. Initially, it started functioning in the Office of the Director of Public Instruction, Shillong which was later shifted to Araimile,Tura in the year 1974. MBOSE also has a regional office located at the state capital of Shillong.[1] At present,there are about 1400 affiliated schools spread across the state of Meghalaya.

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  1. ^ http://www.mbose.in/


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