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Girls fare better than boys this year too in Nagaland board exams

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HT Correspondent

DIMAPUR, May 24: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) announced the results of the HSLC and HSSLC examinations for 2023 on Wednesday. This year too, the girls have done better than the boys in both the HSLC and HSSLC exams.

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The overall pass percentage in the HSLC exam this year was 70.32%, the highest in the last five years. In the HSSLC exams, the pass percentage in the arts stream was 82.62%, the commerce stream was 85.83%, and the science stream was 86.79%.

In the HSCL exam, Christy Paul Mathew of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, got the first rank with 99%, followed by Arti Kumari of Ram Janaki Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, with 98.5%, and Sneha Das of Little Flower School, Chumukedima, with 98.33%.

In the HSSLC exam, Moanola Longchar of Town Higher Secondary School, Mokokchung, topped the list of rank holders in the arts stream with a pass percentage of 97.2%; Zahid Ahmed Laskar of Christian Higher Secondary School, Dimapur, achieved the first rank in the commerce stream with 99.2%; and Awang P Yimpushü of St. John Higher Secondary Residential School, Dimapur, was the first rank holder in the science stream with 97%.

Out of a total of 24,361 candidates enrolled for the HSLC exam this year, 17,130 cleared the examination. In the three streams of the HSSLC exams, a total of 16,085 candidates were enrolled, and 13,428 qualified.

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Out of a total of 17,130 candidates who cleared the HSLC exam, 9,350 were girls and 7,780 were boys. In the top 20 list of the HSLC exam, there are 99 candidates, out of whom 66 are girls and 33 are boys.

In the HSSLC exam, the pass percentage of girls in the arts stream was 86.20, while it was 78.44% for boys; in the commerce stream, 90.34% of girls and 82.47% of boys cleared the exam; and in the science stream, 90.39% of girls and 82.51% of boys came out successful.

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