Filling of HSLC and HSSLC examinations application under NBSE

Nagaland Board of School Education has notified all the Heads of Institutions that:

  1. For the ensuing HSLC & HSSLC Examinations 2023, all the students will fill up the Application Forms online through NBSE portal – Schools can start filling up the forms online with effect from 27th September 2022 for HSLC Examination 2023.
  2. Repeaters of HSLC & HSSLC Examinations intending to appear the ensuing HSLC and HSSLC Examinations 2023 are informed to contact their respective institutions and centres for filling up the Application Forms and payment of examination fees according to their category on the specified dates.

I. (a) HSLC Institution/Centre to contact
1. Needs Improvement candidates – School last attended
2. Improvement of performance – School last attended
3. Centre Repeaters/Change of Centre – HSLC Main Examination Centre last appeared
(b) Date of submission of Forms, HSLC 2023
1. Regular students – 27th September 2022 to 15th October 2022
2. Repeaters/Change of Centre/ Improvement of Performance

  1. Late submission with late fee – 31st October 2022 to 5th November 2022

Instructions to fill up the Application Form is made available in the Board’s portal under the heading “Instructions for Filling up of forms for HSLC & HSSLC Examination 2023”.

Intending candidates of HSLC & HSSLC Examinations 2023 should visit
the portal for necessary action.

Further, repeaters shall submit the original admit card and marksheet to the institution where they fill up the Form and the institution shall submit the original documents to the Examination Centre to be allotted by the Board. After which, the Centres will collect and keep
the documents of the repeaters for onward submission to the Board.

The details/instructions of NBSE mobile app are as follows:
NBSE Mobile App
A mobile app has been developed by the Board for filling up the online Application forms. (This is in addition to doing directly from website). This app can be downloaded from Google Play Store and the link is made available in the Watch the video tutorial
available in the portal before using the app and do according to the instructions.

Schools are advised to let one or two teachers install the app in their smart phone, collect their students details (registration no./Roll no. for repeaters/phone/mobile no., email, etc.) and take photograph of the student in school uniforms using this app and submit it.

Students should note down and retain their reference ID (which is generated after successful submission of their form) for checking the application status/detail as and when required. They shall give the examination fee to their school. The schools after collecting fees from the students, should login to the portal, verify the form, make payment and forward the forms in the portal to the Board for approval.


  1. Forms submitted/ verified without payment of fees, by the forwarding/ school will be summarily rejected by the Board.
  2. Schools should also help/ assist the other category of students (other than the regular) in submitting their forms.

NBSE notifies schools not to conduct selection test at Class X and XII level

Nagaland Board of School Education has notified the following for information of all the Heads of Institutions registered under NBSE for strict compliance.

Inspite of the fact that Selection Test was done away in 2014 as notified on 10.3.2014 and stated in the rules under Management of Examination 2014, many institutions are still conducting Selection Test to screen out or drop the poor learners from appearing the
HSLC/HSSLC Examinations.

Therefore, NBSE has once again reminded all Heads of Institutions not to conduct Selection Test at Class X or XII level to screen out the poor learners. Schools should assure that the course/syllabus of the academic year is covered and the learning gaps among the students
identified and the varied needs of the students are addressed. All possible efforts should be taken to give remedial measures, special classes etc. for the weak students to improve their performance.

Further, all schools must conduct Model Test at the end of completion of the course based on the design of the Board’s question paper to orient the students to sit for the Board’s examinations.

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