Nagaland Board of School Education

Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) is a board of school education in the state of Nagaland. It is responsible for promotion and development of secondary and higher secondary education in Nagaland. The board is headquartered in Kohima, Nagaland.

The body of Nagaland Board of School Education is composed of a Chairman, ex-officio members, co-opted members and members appointed by the state.

History of Nagaland Board of School Education

Nagaland Board of School Education (NSEB) was set up by the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and initiated its functions from the year 1974 to identify and rectify the various factors that would improve the quality of education in the state. In the year 1975, the board conducted its first HSLCE (High School Leaving Certificate Examination) thus setting a milestone of achievements and vision.

HSLC examination held by NBSE marked a significant development in 1986 with the introduction of centrally coded answer books for central evaluation. To meet the changing challenges in the education system and make education more popular among students, the board adopted the semester system and bifurcated the HSLC examination into Class IX and Class X examination.

Functions

NBSE is framed to perform numerous functions.

  1. Giving guidance to the State Government on the development of  school education
  2. Adopting reforms in examinations and evaluation practices
  3. Inspecting schools to ascertain attainment of standards
  4. Organizing seminars, workshops for teachers and heads of institutions.

Objectives of NBSE

The Nagaland Board of School Education is basically instituted to achieve certain objectives such as: 

  1. To prescribe courses of instruction for examinations.
  2. To prescribe conditions of examinations, conduct examinations and be responsible for making necessary arrangements for the same.
  3. To publish the results of external examinations.
  4. To prepare the curricula, syllabi and textbooks in accordance with the approved courses of study.

Examinations Conducted by NBSE

  1. Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Examination.
  2. Class 11 Promotion Examination.
  3. High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination
  4. Class 9 Final Examination
  5. JEE (As and when the government directs the Board to conduct)

The HSSLC and HSLC examinations are two years courses which are bifurcated into two-one year course and the examinations are held at the end of each year.

Centralized Examination: The HSSLC and HSLC examinations are conducted in selected centers at the end of Class 12 and Class 10 respectively. The evaluation is centralized and the results are declared through gazette and internet.

Decentralized Examination: Promotion examinations for Classes 9 & 11 are held in the registered institutions of the Board. Question papers are set and supplied to the institution by the Board, while evaluation and declaration of results are done internally by schools/colleges as per the criteria given by the Board.

HSLC Exam Routine 2019

Date Day Subject (Timing- 9am-12pm)
13 – Feb – 2019 Wednesday English
15 – Feb – 2019 Friday Science
19 – Feb – 2019 Tuesday Mathematics
21 – Feb – 2019 Thursday Social Science
23 – Feb – 2019 Saturday Second Language: Tenyidie/Ao/Sumi/Lotha/Hindi/Bengali/Alternative English
25 – Feb – 2019 Monday Sixth Subjects: Foundation of Information Technology/Music/Home Science/Book Keeping & Accountancy/Environmental Education Vo (9 am to 11 am) Information Technology Enabled Service/Travel and Tourism/Retail/Healthcare

Class 11th Promotion Examination 2019

Date Day Subject (Timing- 1pm-4pm)
12 – Feb – 2019 Tuesday English
14 – Feb – 2019 Thursday Geography/Entrepreneurship/Music
16 – Feb – 2019   Saturday History/Accountancy/Physics
18 – Feb – 2019 Monday Alternative English/Hindi/Bengali/Tenyidie/Sumi/Ao/Lotha
20 – Feb – 2019 Wednesday Philosophy/Biology/Financial Markets Management
22 – Feb – 2019 Friday Education/Psychology
26 – Feb – 2019 Tuesday Political Science/Fundamental of Business/Chemistry
28 – Feb – 2019 Thursday Economics
2 – Mar – 2019 Saturday Sociology/Business Studies/Mathematics
4 – Mar – 2019 Monday Environmental Education
5 – Mar – 2019 Tuesday Computer Science/Informatics Practices Vocational Subjects: (1 pm to 3 pm) Information Technology Enabled Services/Travel & Tourism

HSSLC Exam Routine 2019

Date Day Subject (Timing- 9am-12pm)
12 – Feb – 2019 Tuesday English
14 – Feb – 2019 Thursday Geography/Entrepreneurship/Music
16 – Feb – 2019 Saturday History/Accountancy/Physics
18 – Feb – 2019   Monday Alternative English/Hindi/Bengali/Tenyidie/Sumi/Ao/Lotha
20 – Feb – 2019 Wednesday Philosophy/Biology/Derivative Markets
22 – Feb – 2019 Friday Education/Psychology/Capital Markets
26 – Feb – 2019 Tuesday Political Science/Fundamental of Business/Chemistry
28 – Feb – 2019 Thursday Economics
2 – Mar – 2019 Saturday Sociology/Business Studies/Mathematics
4 – Mar – 2019 Monday Computer Science/Informatics Practices Vocational Subjects: (9 am to 11 am) Information Technology Enabled Services/Travel & Tourism

Syllabus

NBSE Class 10 Syllabus
NBSE Class 11 Syllabus
NBSE Class 12 Syllabus
NBSE Vocational
Revised Scheme of studies for Commerce/Syllabus for FMM

Class X: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

Class XI and XII: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

Vocational: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

Revised Scheme of studies for Commerce/Syllabus for FMM: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

Textbooks

List of Class 9 Textbooks
List of Class 10 Textbooks
List of Class 11 Textbooks
List of Class 12 Textbooks

List of Class X Textbooks: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

List of Class XII Textbooks: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

List of Class IX Textbooks: Download the Pdf file from the link below.

List of class XI Textbooks: Download the Pdf file from the link below.


Practise This Question

One end of a uniform wire of length L and of weight W is attached rigidly to a point in the roof and a weight W1 is suspended from its lower end. If S is the area of cross-section of the wire, the stress in the wire at a height 3L4 from its lower end is