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AHSEC’s Class XII Result Out, Pass Percentage 88.64

No Position Holders This Year ** Ranoj, Tuliram Congratulate Successful Students

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GUWAHATI/DIPHU, May 9: A total of 88.64 percent of students passed the Class XII examinations conducted by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC), the results of which were declared on Thursday.

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On the other hand, in a significant break from a 36-year-old tradition, the AHSEC has announced that there will be no top position holders in this year’s Higher Secondary examination results.

Breaking away from the traditional practice of announcing top position holders in Arts, Science, and Commerce categories, the AHSEC Secretary, Pulak Patgiri, emphasised that the decision to eliminate the ranking system was made to discourage unhealthy competition among students.

Meanwhile, as per a tweet by education minister Ranoj Pegu, a total of 2,73,908 students appeared in this year’s examination and 2,42,794 students have passed.

The minister in its tweet mentioned that this year, 88.24 percent of students have passed in the Arts stream, 90.29 percent of students passed in the Science stream, 88.28 percent of students passed in the Commerce stream and 85.78 percent of students passed in the Vocational stream.

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“Congratulations! 88.64% students have passed. Arts (88.24%) Sc (90.29%) Com (88.28%) Voc (85.78%). 273908 students had appeared for the exam; 242794 students had passed. In 2023, results were declared on 6 June. I appreciate AHSEC for the results on time,” Pegu wrote on micro-blogging site X.

According to the results declared by AHSEC, 177434 students passed in the Arts stream, 49256 students passed in the Science stream, 15356 students passed in the Commerce stream and 748 students passed in the Vocational stream.

On the other hand, in the Arts stream, 41133 students passed by getting 60 percent and above marks while 25437 students passed with 60 percent and above marks in the Science stream, 6192 students in the Commerce stream, and 163 students in the Vocational stream.

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In the Arts stream, Baksa district emerged triumphant, clinching the top spot with an impressive 97.44 percent. Nalbari followed closely in the second position with 97.03 percent, while Darrang secured third place with 96.59 percent.

Moving to the Commerce stream, Sivasagar soared to the lead with a remarkable 97.42 percent, trailing Bajali at 96.91 percent in second place. Baksa and Charaideo shared the third spot with a commendable 95.88 percent. In the Science stream, South Salmara, Sivasagar, and Baksa districts showcased their academic prowess, securing the first, second, and third positions with percentages of 97.98, 97.60, and 95.86 respectively.

However, the picture was not uniform across all districts. Karbi Anglong district reported pass percentages of 75.09, 88.01, and 86.13 in the Arts, Commerce, and Science streams respectively. On the other hand, West Karbi Anglong performed notably better with pass percentages of 86.57, 92.59, and an unusual 0.00 in Arts, Commerce, and Science streams respectively, indicating a lack of successful candidates from the district.

Diphu Government College, a prestigious institution in the hill district, showcased mixed results, with pass percentages of 46.1, 65, and 85 in Arts, Commerce, and Science streams respectively, pointing towards areas that demand attention and improvement.

In contrast, Amri Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya achieved a perfect score, with all 27 students securing successful results. Among them, 3 students achieved 1st Division, 7 secured 2nd Division, and 17 attained 3rd Division.

Noteworthy performances were highlighted, with Monita Madar excelling in Education and Political Science, and Monjir Kropi and Purnali Tissopi shining in Political Science.


Richard Tokbi, executive member for Education Department at Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, acknowledged the districts’ progress while underscoring the need for further enhancements to match high-performing regions.

“In comparison from the previous year’s result, both Karbi Anglong and West Karbi Anglong district have made a steady rise in terms of pass percentage in all three streams, but there’s still room for improvement when we compare ourselves with other high performing districts,” he wrote on a social media site.

Meanwhile, Tuliram Ronghang, chief executive member of the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, extended heartfelt congratulations to the successful candidates, wishing them success in their future endeavours.

”Congratulations to all successful students of Higher Secondary Examinations 2024. I wish them success in their future endeavours!” Ronghang said.



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