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70.38 pc pass HSLC exam

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 27 � Prakashjyoti Kalita of Sankardev Sishu Vidya Niketan, Pathshala, topped the High School Leaving Certificate Examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA), the results of which were announced today along with the Assam High Madrassa Examination.

The overall pass percentage of the HSLC examination, 2011, stood at 70.38 per cent compared to last year�s 63.21 per cent.

Prakashjyoti, the topper, scored an aggregate of 570 with letter marks in Assamese, English, General Science, Social Science and Advance Mathematics.

The second and third positions were grabbed by Mriganka Nath (563) of St Vivekananda English Academy, Pandu, Guwahati and Anwesa Phukan (562) of BL Beria Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Dibrugarh, respectively.

The top 20 positions have been shared by a total of 71 students, while 24,547 candidates secured letter marks in different subjects. Moreover, 3,495 candidates could secure star marks and a total of 992 students managed distinction marks.

Of the 2,73701 candidates who appeared (recognized and unrecognized instutions) in the examination, 19,084 of them secured first division, while 50,853 and 1, 22,702 students secured second and third divisions respectively.

Male candidates, who numbered 1,35,889, recorded a pass percentage of 73.42 while the pass percentage of female candidates stood at 67.39 per cent. A total of 37,812 female candidates had appeared in the HSLC examination.

Among the districts, Nalbari recorded the highest pass percentage of 84.56 followed by Dhemaji and Barpeta with 83.13 per cent and 82.86 per cent respectively. Karbi Anglong found itself at the bottom of the chart with only 49.34 per cent of the total candidates clearing the examination.

As far as caste-wise performance is concerned, the pass percentage of the scheduled caste students from recognized and unrecognized institutions stood at 67.04 per cent and 56.17 respectively.

The scheduled tribe candidates from recognized and unrecognized institutions recorded a pass percentage of 61.64 and 60.54 respectively. Similarly, candidates from the tea garden community from recognized and unrecognized institutions recorded a pass percentage of 53.50 and 41.36 respectively.

Moreover, 72.85 per cent of OBC candidates came out successful from recognized institutions while the pass percentage of OBC candidates from unrecognized candidates stood at 65.42.

In the Assam High Madrassa examination, Md Monirul Islam of Nabajyoti High Madrassa, Sapkata (Kokrajhar), Abdul Goni of Rangiya Madrassa HS School, Rangiya (Kamrup) and Sarowar Alom of Kamarpara High Madrassa, Charcharia (Barpeta) shared the top position with 510 marks each. In the High Madrassa examination, the overall pass percentage scaled to 76.84 per cent.

A total of 6.900 candidates appeared in the High Madrassa examination, of which 176 secured first division. Second and third divisions were secured by 1519 and 3607 students respectively.

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70.38 pc pass HSLC exam

GUWAHATI, May 27 � Prakashjyoti Kalita of Sankardev Sishu Vidya Niketan, Pathshala, topped the High School Leaving Certificate Examination conducted by the Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA), the results of which were announced today along with the Assam High Madrassa Examination.

The overall pass percentage of the HSLC examination, 2011, stood at 70.38 per cent compared to last year�s 63.21 per cent.

Prakashjyoti, the topper, scored an aggregate of 570 with letter marks in Assamese, English, General Science, Social Science and Advance Mathematics.

The second and third positions were grabbed by Mriganka Nath (563) of St Vivekananda English Academy, Pandu, Guwahati and Anwesa Phukan (562) of BL Beria Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Dibrugarh, respectively.

The top 20 positions have been shared by a total of 71 students, while 24,547 candidates secured letter marks in different subjects. Moreover, 3,495 candidates could secure star marks and a total of 992 students managed distinction marks.

Of the 2,73701 candidates who appeared (recognized and unrecognized instutions) in the examination, 19,084 of them secured first division, while 50,853 and 1, 22,702 students secured second and third divisions respectively.

Male candidates, who numbered 1,35,889, recorded a pass percentage of 73.42 while the pass percentage of female candidates stood at 67.39 per cent. A total of 37,812 female candidates had appeared in the HSLC examination.

Among the districts, Nalbari recorded the highest pass percentage of 84.56 followed by Dhemaji and Barpeta with 83.13 per cent and 82.86 per cent respectively. Karbi Anglong found itself at the bottom of the chart with only 49.34 per cent of the total candidates clearing the examination.

As far as caste-wise performance is concerned, the pass percentage of the scheduled caste students from recognized and unrecognized institutions stood at 67.04 per cent and 56.17 respectively.

The scheduled tribe candidates from recognized and unrecognized institutions recorded a pass percentage of 61.64 and 60.54 respectively. Similarly, candidates from the tea garden community from recognized and unrecognized institutions recorded a pass percentage of 53.50 and 41.36 respectively.

Moreover, 72.85 per cent of OBC candidates came out successful from recognized institutions while the pass percentage of OBC candidates from unrecognized candidates stood at 65.42.

In the Assam High Madrassa examination, Md Monirul Islam of Nabajyoti High Madrassa, Sapkata (Kokrajhar), Abdul Goni of Rangiya Madrassa HS School, Rangiya (Kamrup) and Sarowar Alom of Kamarpara High Madrassa, Charcharia (Barpeta) shared the top position with 510 marks each. In the High Madrassa examination, the overall pass percentage scaled to 76.84 per cent.

A total of 6.900 candidates appeared in the High Madrassa examination, of which 176 secured first division. Second and third divisions were secured by 1519 and 3607 students respectively.