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Assam records good performance in higher secondary examinations

Baksa tops in arts, Tamulpur in science stream in HS exam

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HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, May 9: The Baksa and Tamulpur districts of Bodoland Territorial Region have bagged the top positions in arts and science streams respectively in the Higher Secondary examination, the results of which were declared on Thursday.

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The Sivsagar district bagged the top position in the commerce stream.

Baksa district secured the first position in the arts stream by securing 97.44 per cent pass percentage, while Tamulpur district bagged the top position in the science stream by7securing 97.98 per cent pass percentage. Sivsagar district topped in the commerce stream with securing 97.42% pass percentage accross the state.

The educational environment especially in Bodoland Territorial Region districts have been improving in as students have performed well in both the higher secondary and HSLC final examinations.

The Chirang district had topped in the recently declared results of HSLC final examinations 2024.

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UN Academy, Kokrajhar have secured 100 percent pass percentage in the science stream and 99.5 percent pass percentage in arts stream respectively.

The chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), Pramod Boro has extended his hearty congratulations to all students who have passed the higher secondary examination.

“Heartiest congratulations to all students who have cleared the Higher Secondary Exams 2024 today! Your hard work & dedication have yielded brilliant results, and my best wishes are with you for a stellar academic career ahead. It is with immense pride that I announce that Baksa (97.44%) and Tamulpur (97.98%) have secured the top ranks in the science and arts streams respectively. In addition, Baksa has also achieved the third rank in science and commerce streams. The results exemplify the incredible merit, talent and thirst for academic excellence of BTR’s boys and girls. I’m very proud of each and every one of you”, Boro added.

President of All Bodo Students Union, Dipen Boro and Bodo Sahitya Sabha president, Surath Narzary have also extended their congratulations to all students who have cleared the examination across the state

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Our Sonitpur correspondent adds

 

In the district of Sonitpur, a total of 8,111 candidates have passed the higher secondary examination in the science, arts and commerce streams.

While the pass percentage in arts in the district is 87.05 per cent, the pass percentage in commerce and science are 87.02 per cent and 87.48 per cent.

A total of 1534 candidates from the district had appeared in the examination in the science stream, of which 1342 students passed. Among them 829 students secured the first division, 367 in the second division and 146 in the third division in the district.

A total of 6936 students had appeared in the arts stream, among which 6038 students passed. 1232 secured the first division, 1893 secured the second division and 2913 secured the third division. A total of 840 candidates had appeared in the commerce stream, of which 731 students passed. While 301 secured the first division, 240 and 190 students secured the second and third divisions respectively.

The Darrang College has been able to shine in all the three streams achieving a pass percentage of 91.81 per cent in arts, 81.82 per cent in science and 94.64 per cent in commerce.

Meanwhile, the Chandra Nath Sarma Memorial Higher Secondary School, the Madhya Tribal Higher Secondary School, the Thelmara Higher Secondary School, the Jugal Higher Secondary School and many other government schools have excelled in the examination with hundred percent pass percentage while the Prajapati Higher Secondary School, the Dhekiajuli Higher Secondary School and the Rangachakua Higher Secondary School have showed good performance in the examination.

 

Our Sivasagar correspondent adds

Sivasagar district retained the top position in commerce stream in the higher secondary examination, the results of which were declared on Thursday.

The district also managed to occupy the second position in science and fourth position in the arts stream.

In the commerce stream Sivasagar achieved 97.42 per cent against the overall percentage of 89.18 in the state. Of the 388 candidates who had appeared from the district in the commerce stream, 172 passed in the first division, 152 in the second and 54 in the third division. 10 students have failed their examination.

In the science stream, Sivasagar achieved 97.06 per cent after Tamulpur’s 97.92 per cent. The state average in the stream is 89.88 per cent. Out of 1376 candidates who had appeared in the science stream, 859 students passed in the first division, 408 in the second and 76 in the third division. 33 candidates failed.

In the arts stream, Sivasagar achieved 95.91 per cent against the state average of 89.18 per cent. A total of 5505 students had appeared in this stream, 1625 candidates passed in the first division, 2078 in the second and 1577 candidates in the third division. 225 students failed.

The Sivasagar Government Higher Secondary and Multi Purpose School achieved 100 per cent results with 70, 67, 46 and one candidate passing in the arts, science, commerce and vocational streams respectively. From the Fuleswari Girls’ Higher Seconary School, 55 students achieved the first division, 62 passed in the second division and nine candidates in the third division. From Salaguri Higher Secondary School, 17 passed in the first division, 74 in the second division and 35 in the third division, with overall pass percentage 98.38. From Thanuram Higher Secondary School, 13 bagged the first division, 91 passed in the second division and 23 passed in the third division.

 

 

Our Dibrugarh correspondent adds

The Assam Higher Secondary Council (AHSEC) on Thursday declared the HS-2024 results, Dibrugarh district’s performance has been better as compared to the previous years.

In arts stream, a total of 6777 candidates had appeared in the higher secondary examination, of which 6319 have passed with a pass percentage of 93.24 per cent. 1734 students passed in the first division, 2261 bagged the second division and 2324 students the third division.

A total of 2530 students had appeared in the science stream, of which 2345 have passed with 92.69 per cent. 1480 students passed in the first division, 584 in the second division and 281 students in the third division.

On the other hand, a total of 1142 students had appeared in the commerce stream, of 1007 students passed with 88.18 per cent. 452 bagged the first division, 354 the second division and 201 the third division.

Dibrugarh district inspector of schools, Samiran Bora said, “Dibrugarh district has performed better in the higher secondary examination this time compared to previous years. Our ranking has been good this year.”

 

 

Our Nagaon correspondent adds

Anushree Bashakh and Tanisha Das brought laurels to the Nagaon Geetanjali Senior Secondary School, a leading private educational institute for commerce stream with the highest marks in mathematics across the state.

They secured 99 out of 100 marks in mathematics. Tanushree Bashakh achieved distinction marks with 93 per cent in commerce stream while Tanisha Das also secured distinction with 88 per cent marks in the same stream. Similarly, Rajnandini Baidya from the Nagaon Dawson HS and Multi Purposes School secured distinction in science stream with 96.2 per cent marks. She achieved 92 marks above in all subjects.

Nagaon district registered a better performance in higher secondary examination, the results of which were declared on Thursday.

The district achieved a higher pass percentage in arts, commerce and science streams this year as compared to the previous years. The average pass percentage in the district including arts, commerce and science was 93.09 per cent.

A total of 9231 students had appeared in the arts stream, among who 8673 passed the examination. 2540 students bagged the first division, 3418 secured the second division while 2715 students achieved the third division. The pass percentage in arts stream was 93.96 per cent.

Similarly, a total of 3259 students had appeared in the science stream, among who 2964 students bagged 1702 the first division, 868 the second division and 394 the third division. The pass percentage in science stream was 90.95 per cent.

On the other hand, a total of 814 students had appeared in commerce stream, of which 768 students cleared the examination.

Among the successful 768 students, 321 students secured the first division while 334 and 113 students bagged the second and third divisions respectively in the district. The pass percentage in commerce stream was 94.35 per cent.

 

 

Our Margherita correspondent adds

The Margherita Public Higher Secondary School, Axom Junior college and Udaipur Senior Secondary School in Margherita recorded a 100 per cent pass percentage in the higher secobndary examinations, the results of which were declared on Thursday.

Lakhyadhar Sonowal senior teacher of the Margherita Public Higher Secondary School said that this year 35 students appeared in the science stream, of which 33 secured the first division and 2 secured the second division.

On the other hand, out of 112 students who had appeared in the arts stream, 36 secured the first division, 59 secured the second division and 17 students secured the third division.

Of the 23 students of the Udaipur Senior Secondary School who had appeared in the higher secondary examination in the arts stream, 14 students secured the first division and nine secured the second division.

Of the 11 students who appeared in the commerce stream, 10 students secured the first division and one secured second division.

In Margherita College, 24 students secured the first division, 69 secured the second division and 115 secured the third division in the arts stream. In the commerce 44 students secured the first division, 79 secured the second division and 49 students passed in the third division. In the science stream, three students secured the first division, 21 secured the second division and four secured the third division.

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