DERGAON, June 25 - Four students of Golaghat district brought laurels by securing ranks in Arts and Commerce streams in the HS exam.
Anwesha Kashyap of Jatiya Mahavidyalaya, Golaghat, held the 2nd position in Arts scoring 477 marks with letter marks in all six subjects. She also got the highest marks in History. She is the daughter of retired college teacher Shiba Bora and subject teacher Rina Thakur, residents of Golaghat town. Anwesha wants to become an administrative officer. She gave credit to her teachers and parents. �Patience and perseverance is the key to success for any work,� an elated Anwesha said.
Amitesh Nath, appearing from the same college, got the 7th position, scoring 469 marks along with highest marks in Economics (99). Son of an electrical engineer with Indian Railways and a teacher mother, Amitesh wants to pursue degree in the same college.
An ardent lover of music and videography, he wants to specialise in Geography.
Prapti Baruah, who belongs to a farmer�s family, got the 8th position in the Arts stream, scoring 468 marks and letter marks in all the subjects, along with highest marks (99) in Logic and Philosophy. The daughter of marginal farmer Dwipen Baruah and housewife Manju Baruah, Prapti wants to become an administrative officer.
Two other students � Pallabi Baruah secured the highest marks in Hindustani Vocal (98) and Assam Folk Music (90) and Kasturi Gogoi in Fine Art (94). The overall pass percentage of the college, established in 2001, was 100 per cent in Arts with 107 securing first division and 39 star marks out of the total 145 students who appeared.
Gyan Deep Dowarah from Golaghat Reliance College got the 4th rank in Commerce stream securing 465 marks and letter marks in all the subjects. The son of trader Soumarjyoti Dowarah and Munu Dowarah of Golaghat, he wants to pursue his career in the banking sector.