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Ramanujan SS School Of Nagaon Dominates Position Holders’ List

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GUWAHATI, June 6: The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) declared higher secondary (HS) results on Tuesday.

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In the arts stream, altogether 2,61,231 candidates appeared for the exam, out of which 183,180 passed with a pass percentage of 70.12 percent. As many as 28652 candidates secured the first division, 58869 secured the second division, and 95,660 secured the third division. Last year, 83.48 percent passed the exam. Altogether, 66.94 percent of males passed the exam in the arts stream, while 72.92 percent of females passed the exam.

Dhemaji topped the list among the districts with the highest pass percentage of 90.74 percent, followed by Nalbari with 88.83 percent and Sivasagar with 86.84 percent.

In the science stream, 46,393 candidates appeared for the exam, and 39,405 of those passed with a pass percentage of 84.96 percent, compared to 92.19 percent last year. In total, 18,868 people won first place, 16,455 won second place, and 4082 won third place.

Baksa topped the list among the districts with the highest pass percentage of 95.69 percent, followed by Sivasagar with 94.80 percent and Nalbari with 94.61 percent. Altogether, 83.80 percent of males passed the exam, while 86.49 percent of females passed the exam in the science stream.

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In the Commerce stream, 20,417 appeared for the exam, while 16,245 passed with a pass percentage of 79.57 percent, compared to 87.27 percent last year. Overall, 5254 won the first division, 6486 won the second division, and 4505 won the third division.

Altogether, 78.88 percent of males passed the exam, while 81.27 percent of females passed the exam in the commerce stream.

Ramanujan Senior Secondary School of Nagaon grabbed the limelight this year with their outstanding results. Seven candidates from the school secured the top seven positions in the arts stream. Sankalpajit Saikia from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School topped the state in the Arts Stream, securing, 490 out of 500 with distinction in six subjects. Diya Mahanta of the same school scored 488 marks with distinction in six subjects and secured the second position. Shreya Sarkar of the institutional private sector secured the 3rd position with distinction in 6 subjects.

Another seven candidates from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School are among the top 10 positions in the state in the science stream.

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Nikhilesh Dutta from a non-institutional private school secured the top position in the state, followed by Areejeet Roy, Biswajit Das, and Rishab Upadhyay from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School, who secured the second position, and Prarthana Priyam Saikia from the same school, who secured the third position.

Varsha Bothra from KC Das Commerce College and Sukanya Kumar from Malaybari Senior Secondary School secured the top position in the state in the Commerce stream; Zilik Shill from Sankardev Senior Secondary School secured the second position; and Jahangir Alom Choudhury secured the third position in the state.

Our Biswanath correspondent adds: Prarthana Priyam Saikia, daughter of Sarbananda Saikia and Alpana Saikia of Nagaon village of Biswanath Chariali, stood in the third position in the science stream of the HS final result declared by AHSEC on Wednesday. Parthana had appeared for the final examination at Ramanujan Junior College, Nagaon. While talking to the media gathering here, Prarthana said that she followed a strict routine for her regular studies. During the early days, she felt depressed when she couldn’t appear for the HSLC examination due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But she accepted the HSLC result and mentally prepared for the HS final examination. She loves drawing and reading books in her leisure time. She wants to be an IAS officer in the near future. Organisations including Biswanath MLA Pramod Borthakur, Biswanath AASU, and Biswanath AAGSU, among others, rushed to her residence and congratulated Prarthana for her achievement.

Our Sivasagar Correspondent adds: The overall pass percentage in Sivasagar district in HS Examinations this year is satisfactory, with 2nd position in Science, 3rd position in Arts, 85.28 percent, and 8th position in Commerce among all the districts. There are two positions in the undivided Sivasagar district. Gaurangajit Gogoi of Elite Academy secured the 5th position in science. He is the son of Dr Bimal Cha Gogoi, principal of Sonari College. Kashyap Gogoi of Ved Academy, Nazira, got the 9th position in science, securing the highest marks (98 percent) in chemistry in the state. Kashyap is the son of Sushil Gogoi and Tara Gogoi of Baulimoidam. Ved Academy bore his entire expenses during his studies at the institute.

In the district, 5954 students appeared in arts, and 5174 candidates passed (86.84 percent), whereas 1250 candidates appeared in science, and 1185 passed (94.80 percent), and 394 candidates appeared in commerce, and 336 passed. ( 85.28p.c.)

Our Nagaon correspondent adds: As many as 22 successful students from four private secondary schools in the district have secured rank in the top ten from both the arts and science streams in the HS final examination 2023, the results of which have been declared on Tuesday.

Among these successful students, altogether 19 students (8 in the arts stream and 11 in the science stream) from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School secured rank, while one each from Nabarup Jatiya Vidyapith, Panigaon Chaiali, and Concept Secondary School achieved rank in the arts stream, and one from Alpha Beta Senior Secondary School, Nagaon, held position in the science stream.

While speaking to local media persons here, the first rank holder in the arts stream, Sankalpajit Saikia, who is the only son of Prajit Saikia, a former employee of Kampur Sugar Mill, and Barnali Mazumdar Saikia of Sangchaki near Kampur, expressed his desire to be an official of the civil service in the future and said he will take admission at Nowgong College (autonomous).

Meanwhile, the first rank holder in the science stream, Nikhilesh Dutta, who could not appear in the HS final exam last year due to health hazards and appeared in the examination in the current year, expressed his desire to be a physician in the future. He is the son of Nagendra Nath Dutta and Padumi Pathak of Hajo Ramdia Majarkuri in Kamrup district. He said what he achieved was because of the support and help of Dilip Bora, the proprietor and principal of Ramanujan Senior Secondary School.

 

 

 

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