Meghashree tops the merit list ** Flood-hit Dhemaji beats others in dist-wise results ** 49.09% pass from Karbi Anglong
GUWAHATI, May 15: In a role reversal boys outshone the girls by a margin of 4.7 per cent in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination (HSLC) conducted by Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA), the results of which were announced on Wednesday.
Of 3,36,203 students who had appeared for the examination, 2,02,508 were declared pass. The pass percentage was 60.23%. Of 1,60,264 boys who appeared for the exam 24,918 were declared pass bearing a pass percentage of 62.69%.
On the other hand, out of 1,79,224 girls, 23,681 were declared pass and the with a percentage of 57.99%.
Of the successful candidates, 48,599 secured first division, 71,020 second division, and 82,889 students secured third division. The pass percentage of HSLC exam was 56.04 in 2018 and 47.94% in 2017 respectively.
Meghashree Borah of Sankardev Shishu Bidya Niketan, Narayanpur in Lakhimpur district topped the merit list with total marks of 594 out of 600. Chinmoy Hazarika of Don Bosco High School, Baghchung in Jorhat shared the second position with Pratyasha Medhi of Saint Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Guwahati. The third position was shared by Afreen Ahmed of Christjyoti School in Nagaon and Anushree Bhuyan of Saint Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Guwahati.
Dhemaji topped the district wise performance list in the examination bearing a pass percentage of 83.28% followed by Sivasagar district with a pass percentage of 70.20%. Nalbari came third with a pass percentage of 70.08 per cent.
The pass percentage of two hill districts – Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao was 49.09% and 57.79% respectively. Of 13,617 candidates who appeared for the examination in Karbi Anglong, 6,685 were declared pass. Among them 927 secured first division, 2,170 second division and 3,588 secured third division. In Dima Hasao, out of 2,691 candidates who appeared for the examination, 1,555 were declared pass. Of them, 394 secured first division, 674 second and 487 students secured third division.
There is an increase of 6.42 percent from the previous year result of 42.67 percent.
Out a total of 13,617 students who appeared for the exam 6,685 came out successful and 927 secured first division, 2,170 second and 3,588 third.
Executive Member, Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC), higher education, Jagatsing Engti congratulated the successful students of the district. The Karbi Anglong United People Association (KAUPA) congratulated the successful students of the district.
3 shine in Nalbari
Three students brought laurel to Nalbari district by being in top ten list of the HSLC examination. English medium schools Little Flowers’ school continued its glorious success with 100% pass percentage apart from three students who made it to the top ten rank list.
Nikita Kalita, daughter of Gopal Kalita, an employee in the Assam Gramin Bikash Bank and Gita Kalita has secured 7th top position by securing 587 out of 600 marks. Deepshekhar Kalita of Vivekananda Vidya Niketan, Tihu secured the 9th position by obtaining 585 marks and Deepjyoti Sarma from Sakardev Sishu Niketan, Tihu secured the 10th position to give the district three rank holders.
2 top position from Golaghat
On other hand, two students from Golaghat Jatiya Vidhyalaya Upasha Mudoi and Achyut Chetia secured 5th and 10th positions in the HSLC examinations respectively.
Three top position from Pathasala
Three shine from Pathsala: Pathsala, popularly known as the educational hub of Assam, once again won laurels in the field of education by entering the top ten list with 5th, 9th and 10th positions in the HSLC examination.
Among the rank holders, Hirak Jyoti Choudhury (9th) from Pathsala Sikshapith Adarsha Vidyalaya and Uddipta Kalita (10th) from Pathsala Jatiya Vidyalaya and Phalguni Sarma secured 5th position from St, John School of Barama.
On the other hand, in the Assam High Madrassa Examination, Selim Ahmed of Rakhaldubi High Madrassa in Goalpara secured the first position with total marks of 561, Abdul Aziz of Pipirakuchi Anchalik High Madrassa in Darrang secured the second position with 553 marks and the third position was bagged by Illias Ali of Ambari Kartimari High Madrassa in Goalpara with total marks of 547.