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Students across Assam shine in HSLC exam

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HT Correspondent
NAGAON, May 22: 
Altogether four students from four private schools have shined in Nagaon district by securing positions in the first top ten rank in HSLC Exam 2023, the results of which were declared on Monday.

Among these successful students, Ishrat Fariha from Renaissance Senior Secondary School bagged 2nd position, Susmita Puddar from Christ Jyoti School, Nilutpal Mandal from Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Amulapatty secured 5th rank while Nishanta Bora from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School, a pioneer educational institution of the small town achieved the 7th position.

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While speaking to local media persons here, the 2nd rank holder Ishrat Fariha (593 marks with 98.83%) from Renaissance Senior Secondary School expressed her willingness to study medical science in future. She is the daughter of teacher – Hifjur Rahman and Hasina Jahan of Juria who currently lives at a rented house in Nagaon Christianpatty.

Similarly, Susmita Puddar (590 marks with 98%) from Christ Jyoti School wishes to become an Indian administrative officer in the days to come. She is the daughter of Neela Puddar and an established businessman of the town, Rajib Puddar. Besides Nilutpal Mandal (590 marks with 98%) from Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Amulapatty desires to be a student of medical science in future. He is the son of teacher duo – Sanjib Mandal and Swapna Mandal from Rupahihat while Nishanta Bora (588 marks) from Ramanujan Senior Secondary School wants to crack the UPSC exam in the near future. He is the son of teacher Lt Manash Jyoti Bora and Rumi Kakati Bora of Samaguri Bheleuguri. Nishant lost his father just ahead of his examination.

Our Kokrajhar correspondent adds:

Chirang district has brought laurels among the citizens of the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) in the results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC)/Assam High Madrasa, which was announced on Monday with scripted 88.68 pass percentage across the state.

Notably, Chirang went to the bottom-line in the HSLC/AHM in previous final HSLC/AHM examinations within the state, but this time recorded top position in the overall pass percentage in the state.

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Baksa district was in fourth position with an overall pass percentage of 84.19 percent.

Kokrajhar and Udalguri districts have pass percentage of 66.40 and 65. 37.

Chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region and UPPL president, Pramod Boro extended warm congratulations to all the successful students in the HSLC/AHM final examinations. He also congratulated Chirang district for emerging as the best-performing district in HSLC results.

“My congratulations to Chirang district for emerging as the best-performing district in HSLC results across the state. It is a remarkable achievement for a district that was at the bottom of the list the previous year. Chirang recorded a 34.27 pass percentage in the academic year 2022.This year 2023, Chirang district achieved overall highest pass percentage of 88.68. It is a delightful moment for the citizens of Bodoland region as Chirang has the highest pass percentage in the HSLC/AHM final examinations,” Boro added.

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Assam cabinet minister Urkhao Gwra, Rajya Sabha MP Rwngwra Narzary have extended warm congratulations to all students who have successfully come out in the HSLC/AHM final examinations.

All Bodo Students Union,Bodo Sahitya Sabha also extended their congratulations to all successful students of the state.

The ruling UPPL party extended their heartfelt congratulations to all the students who passed HSLC/AHM successfully in the examination results announced on Monday.

Our Sivasagar correspondent adds:

Sivasagar district secured the second position among the districts in HSLC results of 2023 declared by SEBA on Monday with an aggregate of 88.4 percent. Altogether, 8362 students appeared in the examinations, 3740 of them secured 1st division, 3005 students 2nd division, and 647 students 3rd division.

Three students from Sivasagar district and three from Charaideo district secured positions this year. Anindita Saikia of Holy Name School, Sivasagar, Barasha Chetia of Sankardev Sishu Niketan, Simaluguri were placed in the 9th position with an aggregate of 586 marks while Achyut Baruah of Bidya Bhawan, Dimuwal got 10th position with 585 aggregate marks. Aditya Anjan Konwar of St Joseph School, Sonari brought laurels to the Charaideo district securing the 2nd position with a total mark of 597 while Jishnu Borgohain of Sapekhati HS School secured the 8th position with a total of 587 marks.

Our Demow correspondent adds:

The result of the HSLC Examination 2023 was declared on Monday, Achyut Baruah, son of Naba Baruah and Monika Baruah, who hails from Bokota Nangalamara Borpial Gaon near Demow of Sivasagar district and a student of Bidya Bhawan, Dimuwal secured 585 marks and was ranked Tenth Position.

Talking to the media, Achyut Baruah said that out of 600 marks he secured 585 marks. He expressed his happiness and credited his parents and his teachers for his success in HSLC. Achyut Boruah said that after completing Higher Secondary he will study to become an engineer. The pass percentage of Sivasagar district is 88.40 and the district secured second place in pass percentage in All Assam in HSLC Examination 2023.

Our Dibrugarh correspondent adds:

Four students, who have appeared HSLC-2023 from Dibrugarh brought laurels by securing ranks.
Debangana Deka of Little Flower Higher Secondary school bagged fourth rank in the Matric examination. Debangana Deka got hundred marks in four subjects. In Science, English, General Maths and Advance Maths, she got cent percent marks. Debangana is the daughter of Dr Rasadhar Deka and Binita Deka of Niz Kodomoni, Dibrugarh. Her father is a professor at Dhubri Medical College and mother is working as headmistress at Paltanbazar Durga Mandir High School.

Talking to the reporters, Debangana Deka said, “I didn’t expect that I would get fourth rank in the Matric exam. I expected a good position. There was no particular time for my study but I studied up to six hours every day during my examination. Everyone supported me during my examination and I would like to give the credit to my teachers, parents, friends and all my well-wishers. I will be choosing the science stream as I want to become a doctor in future. I am very happy with my result.”

On the other hand, another student Bonashree Gogoi of Little Flower Higher secondary school bagged 9th rank in the Matric examination.

Bonashree Gogoi is the daughter of Raktim Gogoi and Loni Gogoi of Jibon Phukan Nagar, Dibrugarh. Her father Raktim Gogoi is a businessman.

“I am very happy with my result and I would like to give the credit to my parents, teachers and friends. Everyone was very supportive. I studied five to six hours during my exam. Today, I cannot express my happiness.”

Similarly, Akshay Kayal of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Dibrugarh secured 6th rank in the Matric exam. Akshay is a son of Kailash Kayal and Priti Kayal of Marwaripatty Puja Ghat, Dibrugarh. Kailash Kayal is an LIC agent.

Akshay Kayal said, “I am very happy with my result. My parents provided me with a good environment. My friends supported and motivated me a lot. I studied for four to five hours a day.”
On the other hand, Swati Kiron Gogoi of St Xavier’s Higher Secondary school, Duliajan secured fourth rank.

Swati Kiron Gogoi is the daughter of the teacher duo – Jayanta Gogoi and Anita Gogoi of Duliajan
“I would like to give all the credits to my father Jayanta Gogoi. He worked hard for me. I am very happy with the result because I did not expect to secure fourth rank,” Swati Kiron Gogoi said.

From Santipara Bengali High School, a total of 28 students appeared for the Matric and out of those 26 students passed. Ten students secured first division while 16 students secured second division marks. Deep Das secured 82 percent with star marks.

On the other hand, 27 students from Dibrugarh Bengali High School appeared in the Matric exam and all of the students have passed. Four students secured first division, 18 students got second division marks and five students secured 3rd division. A total of 15215 students from Dibrugarh appeared in HSCL exam-2023, out of those 9856 students passed. 3299 students secured first division, 4437 got second division and 2120 students secured third division marks.

Our Margherita correspondent adds:

Gandhi Vidya Mandir High School, Margherita shines in the HSLC examination result which was declared on Monday. Out of 18 students 16 passed and 15 students got letter marks in different subjects.

Anil Kumar Singh, headmaster of Gandhi Vidya Mandir High School, Margherita said that there were two centres at Margherita block; one at Margherita Public Higher Secondary School and other at Gandhi Vidya Mandir High School, Margherita and this centre had 78.20 pass percentage.

“In the year 2017, I took charge as the headmaster of Gandhi Vidya Mandir High School, Margherita and from that time onwards the results were better than earlier,” said Anil Kumar Singh.

Our Hojai correspondent adds:

Out of 9916 students who appeared in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination 2023 from Hojai district, a total of 6543 students could clear the examination, the results of which were declared by the Board of Secondary Education on Monday. 1937 students secured first class, 3062 students passed with second division marks and 1550 students cleared the examination with third division marks. The pass percentage of the district remained 65.98.

Our Tezpur correspondent adds:

Penning a new episode in the academic history of the Sonitpur district, Hridam Thakuria of Sankardev Sishu Vidya Niketan has topped from the martyr city Dhekiajuli and Jonak Kashyap has secured seventh position from the Sirajuli Luit Jatiya Vidyalaya, a vernacular medium school of Sirajuli under Dhekiajuli Revenue Circle in the HSLC Final Examination 2023, the result of which was announced on Monday.

Hridam Thakuria has secured 100 marks in English, 100 marks in Mathematics, 98 marks in General Science, 100 marks in Advance Mathematics, 98 marks in Assamese and 100 marks in Social Science. He secured 596 marks out of 600 and his aggregate percentage is 99.33. He is the youngest son of an assistant teacher of Narengkati Higher Secondary School, Sarbananda Thakuria and Anita Thakuria and an inhabitant of Ward No 8 of Dhekiajuli town.

While talking to the media, brilliant student Hridam said that he has been pursuing coaching on JEE/ NEET in Guwahati after appearing for his HSLC Final Examination and has a perspective of being a physicist in future. Besides his regular studies, he enjoys music and is involved in different social activities and keeps himself busy by reading different magazines, books of celebrated writers and daily newspapers.

It needs to be mentioned here that from Dhekiajuli Sankardev Sishu Vidya Niketan, out of the 41 candidates who appeared in the examination, 31 have passed in first division, nine in second division and two in third division. Following the spectacular result, a festive atmosphere prevailed in the school, at Hridam’s residence and even in the township. Meanwhile, congratulating the school authority, local MLA cum Assam cabinet minister Ashok Singhal announced an aid of Rs 20 lakh to the school for its infrastructure development.

Meanwhile, Jonak Kashyap who got 7th position from Sirajuli Luit Jatiya Vidyalaya has secured 97 marks in English, 98 marks in General Mathematics, 97 marks in General Science, 100 marks in Advance mathematics, 100 marks in Social Science and 96 marks in Assamese. His grand total mark is 588 out of 600 with an aggregate of 98 percent. He is the son of school teacher Sankar Kalita and Dipti Sut of Sirajuli Maila Ali Gaon near Dhekiajuli town in Sonitpur district.

While contacted about his future plan of studies, Jonak informed that he would study in the science stream and has an aim to be a scientist in future. It is pertinent to mention here that local MLA cum cabinet minister Ashok Singhal, Sonitpur DC Deba Kumar Mishra, circle officer of the area, teachers and well-wishers visited the residence of the brilliant student and congratulated him as well. Minister Singhal also announced an aid of Rs 10 lakh to the school for its necessary development.

On the other hand, Chandranath Sarma Higher Secondary School in Sonitpur district has become the best HSLC center this year with its 100 percent pass percentage. Principal of the institute, Meenakshi Goswami in a telephonic conversation said that out of the 106 candidates, 44 have got 1st division, 59 have got 2nd division while 3 have got 3rd division.
The total pass percentage in Sonitpur district is 67.75.

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