COHSEM-HSE 2023: 36,717 students set to take class-12 board exam in Manipur

As COHSEM-HSE 2023 is scheduled to start on February 23, Manipur COE said sabotaging of the smooth conduction of examination will be considered a criminal act.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 21 Feb 2023, 6:44 am

Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur - COHSEM (PHOTO: IFP)
Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur - COHSEM (PHOTO: IFP)

A total of 36,717 candidates from across the state will be appearing for the Higher Secondary Examination 2023 of the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) at 120 centres. The examination will begin from February 23 and conclude on April 1.

According to COHSEM, of the total 36, 717 candidates, 18,336 candidates are female students while 18,381 are male students.

The total number of students who will be appearing in Arts stream is 11,391; in Science stream is 24,513 and Commerce stream totaled 813.

Of the total candidates, as many as 3,205 will be appearing from non-government colleges; 13,289 from government higher secondary schools; 19,991 from non-government higher secondary schools and 232 from council private.

According to the data available at the COHSEM office, the maximum number of candidates that will be appear in Imphal West district is 12,749 candidates, while there are at least 18 candidates in Pherzawl district.


Announcing the examination on Monday at the office of COHSEM in Imphal, its chairman Th Ojit informed that all due procedure for the conduction of the examination was fully prepared.

The officials have even prepared for the result declaration process, he said while announcing that the result of the examination will be declared within the first week of May.

Stating that this upcoming examination will be the first full-fledged examination of COHSEM after the COVID pandemic, he extended his warm wishes to all the students who are preparing for the said examination.

Appealing to all the CSOs, NGOs, stakeholders and other concerned to refrain from calling any sorts of bandh, blockage or strike during the examination period, the chairman sought the cooperation of all the sections for smooth conduction of the examination.

COHSEM Controller of Examination (COE) A Surkumar also cautioned about the legal consequences if any candidates or individuals is found to be involved in any unfair means or malpractices during the examination.

“Anyone who gives disturbances in the smooth conduct of the examination or is involved in any unfair activities will be treated as a criminal,” he said.


Informing that photograph along with date and time will be taken before transferring the question papers from the respective police stations, video coverage will be taken while question papers are being delivered at the respective centres and the same will be uploaded in an official mobile number, he said, adding such process will prove the innocence of the SOs.        

COHSEM also notified that Class-11 Examination 2023 will begin on February 24 and conclude on April 5.

For Class-11, as many as 32,899 students will be appearing for the examination in 219 different centres across the state.

Among the total 32,899 students, 16,759 are males, while 16,140 are females. Of which, 8,957 students will be appearing in the Arts stream, 23,286 in the Science stream and 656 in the Commerce stream.

Read More: Education News


First published:


cohsemboard examhse 2023class 12 exam manipur

IFP Bureau

IFP Bureau

IMPHAL, Manipur


Top Stories

Loading data...

IFP Exclusive

Loading data...