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Jharna Saikia, Devashree Kashyap bag 2nd, 3rd positions in HSLC Exam

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BISWANATH CHARIALI, April 20: Jharna Saikia, a student of the Sankardev Sishu Bidya Niketan in Biswanath Chariali, bagged the second position in the HSLC examinations this year.

Jharna, who is the daughter of Surendra Saikia and Jonali Saikia, hails from the Garehagi village in BIswanath district. She scored a total of 590 marks and held the second position out of the top 10. She scored 98 in Assamese, 100 in English, Social Science and in Advance Mathematics, 94 in Mathematics, 98 in General Science.

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A joyous environment prevailed inside the Sankardev Shisu Bidya Niketan, her native village as well as in the entire Biswanath Chariali town. Several organisations and individuals congratulated and felicitated her for her covetous achievement.

While Jharna’s father is a businessman, her mother is an Anganwadi worker.

Expressing her joy, Jharna said that she studied 10 hours per day regularly and took help from tutors in some subjects. She likes to read books and paint.

“I will pursue my higher secondary studies from Biswanath Chariali and wish to become a doctor in future,” said Jharna.

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Meanwhile, Biswanath MLA Pramod Borthakur also handed over a cash token worth Rs 50,000 for to Jharna for her academic achievement. The school authority too has announced a cash reward of Rs 20,000 for her.

 

Our Nagaon correspondent adds

NAGAON, April 20: Devashree Kashyap from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School, a leading private educational institute of the town, has brought laurels to the district by bagging the top 3rd position in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination, 2024, the results of which have been declared by Assam Board of Secondary Education (SEBA) on Saturday.

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Devashree secured a total of 588 marks with 99 marks in Assamese, 96 marks in English, 96 marks in general mathematics, 97 marks in general science, 100 marks in social science and advanced mathematics respectively.

She is the daughter of Jayanta Tamuli and Junmoni Bora, employees of the transport department and residents of Nagaon Shiva Nagar at Amulapatty here.

“I was expecting good results, but I didn’t expect to get a place in the state level. I’m very happy to achieve the rank. I studied regularly and did not take any private tuition during the session,” Devashree Kashyap said while interacting with a few media persons.

“The teachers of our school and my parents are behind this success,” Devashree said adding that she will pursue the higher secondary course in the science stream in the same institute here.

 

Our Sivasagar correspondent adds

SIVASAGAR, April 20:  Students of several schools in Sivasagar have passed out with flying colours in the HSLC examination, the results of which were declared on Saturday.

The Sivasagar Fuleswari Girls’ HS School achieved a 100 per cent results in the HSLC examinations. Out of 140 students that appeared from the school, 85 students passed out in the first division with one student receiving distinction marks, 11 students got star marks and 55 were placed in the second division. In Bezbaruah HS School, 28 students got first division, 90 second division, while  one student failed.

In Government HS School, 66 students got first division including six students with distinction marks and 25 star holders. Of the total 123 students who appeared in the HSLC examination, one student failed.

Newlook Academy achieved 100 per cent pass percentage with six distinctions and 10 star marks. Of the 20 students who appeared in the examination, four passed in the first division.

From the TRG Town HS School, one student got distinction, six star marks, 49 first division and 25 second division while 3 failed. The Salaguri HS School achieved 100 per cent pass percentage with three students getting distinction marks, 11 star marks, 13 achieved first division, seven achieved second division and one third division.

Out of the 26 students who appeared in the HSLC examination from the Melachakar Sanjardev Sishu Bidya Naketan, 20 passed in the first division, including one distinction and four star marks and six second division.

From the Holy Name School, 111 students got first division including 17 distinctions, four second divisions, while two students failed. Meanwhile, from the Adarsha Bidya Bhawan 12 students got first division including one distinction and two star marks. Out of 56 students from the Gadhula Brown School, 22 students passed in the first division including two distinctions and seven star marks. From the Twinkle Star Academy nine students passed, of who eight achieved the first division.

 

Our Demow correspondent adds

The results of the HSLC Examination were declared on Saturday where students of different educational institutions in Demow.

The Pass Percentage of the HSLC Examination 2024 in Sivasagar district is 85.1 per cent. In St. Mary’s School, Raisai, Demow a total of 39 students appeared, among who three students secured distinction marks and 18 students secured star marks. In advanced mathematics, Annaldeep Das, Neetish Neehar Konwar and Shrilyghya Borgohain of St. Mary’s School secured 100 marks. Annaldeep Das secured 93.33p er cent.

In Hem Chandra Borgohain English Model English High School, four students secured the first division and five students secured the second division. In Swarna Bidyapith School, four students secured the first division and six students secured the second division with letter marks in computer and English.

In Demow Higher Secondary School, four students secured star marks, 23 students secured the first division, 52 students secured the second division and 33 students secured the third division. In Nitaipukhuri Higher Secondary School, 13 students secured the first division, 46 students secured the second division and one student secured the third division.

 

Our Margherita correspondent adds

The St. James School, private English medium of Margherita achieved 100 per cent pass percentage in the HSLC examination result, which was declared by SEBA on Saturday.

Of a total of 40 students, one student got distinction marks, eight students secured star marks, 29 secured first division and 11 secured second division.

Sushil Kalita co-owner of ST. James School Margherita said, “Every year our students pass out with flying colours, where headmaster Nayan Chakma and all the teaching staff work in a dedicated manner to impart quality education to the students.”

The Margherita Gandhi Vidya High School, A’R and T Co School Margherita and Emmanuel English School have also achieved a 100 per cent pass percentage in the HSLC examination.

Anil Kumar Singh, headmaster of the Margherita Gandhi Vidya Mandir high school said that this year a total of 15 students appeared in the matric examination, among who two students secured first division and 13 students secured second division.

 

Our Kokrajhar correspondent adds

KOKRAJHAR, APRIL 20: The Chirang district has achieved the highest pass percentage of 91.29 per cent in the HSLC examination, 2024.

On the other hand, the Baksa district achieved the third highest pass percentage with 86.9 per cent in the HSLC examination.

Notably, the Chirang district had achieved the first position in the examination last year.

The Gurudev Kalicharan Academy, Dotma has achieved 100 per cent pass percentage with 52 first divisions and five second divisions respectively. The UN Academy, Kokrajhar has achieved a pass per centage of 97.93 per cent in the HSLC final examinations.

The chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), Pramod Boro extended best wishes to all successful students in the HSLC final examinations across the state.

Speaking on the occasion, Boro said, “HSLC is the first step towards higher education in every student’s life. I congratulated all students who have achieved cleared the HSLC examinations with good results.”

On the overall pass percentage performance in Chirang and Baksa districts of BTR, Boro extended his hearty congratulations to all students and said that a healthy academic atmosphere is developing in the state at present.

Heartiest congratulations to all who have successfully cleared their HSLC Examination, 2024. Both the districts have made us incredibly proud and I convey my best wishes for the future endeavours of the students. It’s a matter of great pride for BTR that Chirang and Baksa have secured the first and third positions respectively among the best performing districts in the HSLC examination,” he said.

“This is a reflection of our commitment and renewed push to augment the region’s education sector. Kudos to all the students, teachers and officials for their dedication towards academic excellence,” Boro further said.

The All Bodo Students Union (ABSU) and the Bodo Sahitya Sabha have also extended their congratulations to all successful students in the state.

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