MBOSE Telephone No: 03651 - 232542MBOSE Email Id: mbose_tura@rediffmail.comMBOSE Email Id




Welcome to Meghalaya Board of School Education »

Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) first started in 1973, Head Quarters at Tura, to conduct Examination, frame syllabus and evaluation & certification of SSLC Examination for the first time in 1974. Higher Secondary Section was then called as P.U. (Pre-University) and its examination process was handled by NEHU-North East Hills University, head office at Shillong. But after 1996, when the University (NEHU) discontinued the Pre-University Course, it was taken over by the Board, since then all the financial matters, relating with SSLC and HSSLC branch were being dealt by the Board itself. Due to the increasing number of students per year, the work load is also increased. After 1996, the Board is handling all the academic matters related with framing of syllabus for all the classes, including SSLC and HSSLC.
MBOSE Act 1973 | MBOSE Act 2006

Chairman`s Message »

It is famously said "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." With the sole endeavour to spread knowledge and education,Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education popularly known as MBOSE has been in service of the people for Meghalaya for the last four decades since its establishment in the autumn of 1973. In this sojourn it has moulded generations of people belonging to distinct walks of life from all socio-ethnic backgrounds. The board proudly claims itself to be a part of the life stream in Meghalaya working towards advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth...Read More

VISION »

MBOSE is committed to quality education for the holistic development of all students, culminating in attaining excellence in their lives, so that they will be a blessing to the society and the world at large.

MIssion »

  • To educate and empower both the students and the teaching community.
  • To further academic excellence by preparing students to compete in knowledge based society.
  • To prepare students to be leaders and decision makers
  • To strive for the physical, intellectual, emotional and artistic development.