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DIBRUGARH, May 31 - The Dibrugarh district rose to a sublime glory today as 32 students from the area figured among top 20 rank holders in this year�s High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination under the Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA), which is a historic achievement.

Ten students from Salt Brook School, five from Little Flower HS School, two students each from Don Bosco HS School and St Mary�s HS School and one student each from St Xavier�s School and Sankardev Vidya Niketan of the city grabbed different ranks. Moreover, five students from BVFC Model High School, Namrup, two from The New Star School, Rajgarh and a student each from St Xavier�s HS School, Duliajan, Rajgarh Academic Centre, Rajgarh, Oil HS School, Duliajan and Naharkatia HS School made it to the top list.

�This is the highest achievement for the district till date in the HSLC examination,� said Naser Sultan, Secretary, State Academic Council and Principal of Mancotta High School.

The rank holders from the district in the descending order are � Swagat Gogoi of St Xavier�s School, Mancotta (2nd), Abhipsha Bharadwaj from Little Flower HS School (4th), Ayan Phukan of Salt Brook School and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School (6th), Mrinmoi Borah of St Xavier�s Higher Secondary and Diksha Priyam Sonowal from BVFC Model High (8th), Ankita Choudhury of Salt Brook School and Nikita Ghosh of Little Flower School (9th), Angad Borchetia of Salt Brook School (10th), Abhinav Phukan and Suryavijoy Kar of Salt Brook School (11th), Suruj Jyoti Dutta of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (12th), Kalyani Emon Gogoi and Raayesha Amin of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Bandita Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Riju Upadhyay of Rajgarh Academic Centre (13th), Mourya Deep Gogoi of Salt Brook School, Pallab Jyoti Baishya of Oil India HS School, Duliajan (14th), Madhurjya Kakoti of Salt Brook School, Gitashree Saikia of BVFC Model High School and Karan Singh Virdi of The New Star School (15th), Anubhav Chaliha of Salt Brook School, Prayashi Goswami of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Antara Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Jessica Boruah of BVFC Model High School (16th), Swapnaneel Dowerah of Salt Brook School, Olimpriya Gogoi of Shankardev Vidya Niketan, Shristi Chaliha of Naharkatia HS School and Debashish Nandy of The New Star School (17th), Nilutpal Saikia of BVFC Model High School (19th), Joyshree Handique of Salt Brook School and Wajahat Yusuf of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (20th).

The 2nd rank holder Swagat Gogoi has already obtained Bachelor of Music and is a passionate player of tabla, dhol, flute and nagra. He is also the recipient of the Best Student Award 2015. �We expected him to grab one of the top ranks. He has been exceptionally good in studies and in other extra curricular activities,� said Fr Emil Baa, Principal, St Xavier�s School, Mancotta.

Swagat, son of Niranjan Gogoi and Maini Gogoi of Milannagar, intends to join Science stream to pursue studies in medical science.

On success of the students, Ashwini Dowerah, Principal of Salt Brook School exuded satisfaction. �It has been proved that if you are sincere and persistently performing well from the lower classes, ranks can be secured. Sr Tessy Davis, Principal of Little Flower School too expressed satisfaction over the results of the students. �We expected at least seven top ranks. Out of 130, only two could not make it to the first division,� she said.

Altogether 15362 students had appeared for the exams. Among those who appeared, 2825 secured first division, 3996 secured second division and 3874 were placed in the third position. The pass percentage in the district is 69.62%.

The State highest 100 marks scorers in Advanced Mathematics from the district include Samrat Dutta and Suryavijoy Kar of Salt Brook School, Raayesha Amin and Rishja Bagaria of Little Flower School, Srishti Chaliha of Naharkatia HS School, Diksha Priyam Sonowal, Jessica Boruah and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School.

The highest 100 marks scorers in General Mathematics from the district include Abhinav Phukan, Angad Borchetia, Aryaman Baruah, Ayan Phukan, Kaustav Dehingia, Swapnaneel Dowerah and Ankita Chowdhury of Salt Brook School, Subhrajyoti Gogoi of St Xavier�s School, Hirak Jyoti Dehingia of Dibrugarh Bengali High School, Abhipsha Bharadwaj, Ankita Dutta, Arpita Mallick Choudhury, Kalyani Emon Gogoi, Nikita Ghosh, Prayashi Goswami, Raayesha Amin and Sagarika Medhi of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Antara Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School, Gautam Sidhartha Saikia of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Pallab Jyoti Baishya of Oil India H S School, Abhishek Dutta, Gitashree Saikia, Jessica Boruah and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School, Tanuj Jyoti Chutia of Tengakhat Jatiya Vidyalaya and Pragyan Patra of Tingkhong Model Academy.

In English, among the highest 100 marks scorers are Abhipsha Bharadwaj, Nikita Ghosh and Raayesha Amin of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Bandita Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School.

Abhipsha Bharadwaj and Arpita Mallick Choudhury of Little Flower School are among the state highest 100 marks scorers in General Science. Ayan Phukan of Salt Brook School scored highest 100 marks in Social Science while Diksha Priyam Sonowal of BVFC Model High School secured highest 100 marks in Hindi.

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Dibrugarh dist shines with 32 toppers

DIBRUGARH, May 31 - The Dibrugarh district rose to a sublime glory today as 32 students from the area figured among top 20 rank holders in this year�s High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination under the Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA), which is a historic achievement.

Ten students from Salt Brook School, five from Little Flower HS School, two students each from Don Bosco HS School and St Mary�s HS School and one student each from St Xavier�s School and Sankardev Vidya Niketan of the city grabbed different ranks. Moreover, five students from BVFC Model High School, Namrup, two from The New Star School, Rajgarh and a student each from St Xavier�s HS School, Duliajan, Rajgarh Academic Centre, Rajgarh, Oil HS School, Duliajan and Naharkatia HS School made it to the top list.

�This is the highest achievement for the district till date in the HSLC examination,� said Naser Sultan, Secretary, State Academic Council and Principal of Mancotta High School.

The rank holders from the district in the descending order are � Swagat Gogoi of St Xavier�s School, Mancotta (2nd), Abhipsha Bharadwaj from Little Flower HS School (4th), Ayan Phukan of Salt Brook School and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School (6th), Mrinmoi Borah of St Xavier�s Higher Secondary and Diksha Priyam Sonowal from BVFC Model High (8th), Ankita Choudhury of Salt Brook School and Nikita Ghosh of Little Flower School (9th), Angad Borchetia of Salt Brook School (10th), Abhinav Phukan and Suryavijoy Kar of Salt Brook School (11th), Suruj Jyoti Dutta of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (12th), Kalyani Emon Gogoi and Raayesha Amin of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Bandita Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Riju Upadhyay of Rajgarh Academic Centre (13th), Mourya Deep Gogoi of Salt Brook School, Pallab Jyoti Baishya of Oil India HS School, Duliajan (14th), Madhurjya Kakoti of Salt Brook School, Gitashree Saikia of BVFC Model High School and Karan Singh Virdi of The New Star School (15th), Anubhav Chaliha of Salt Brook School, Prayashi Goswami of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Antara Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Jessica Boruah of BVFC Model High School (16th), Swapnaneel Dowerah of Salt Brook School, Olimpriya Gogoi of Shankardev Vidya Niketan, Shristi Chaliha of Naharkatia HS School and Debashish Nandy of The New Star School (17th), Nilutpal Saikia of BVFC Model High School (19th), Joyshree Handique of Salt Brook School and Wajahat Yusuf of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (20th).

The 2nd rank holder Swagat Gogoi has already obtained Bachelor of Music and is a passionate player of tabla, dhol, flute and nagra. He is also the recipient of the Best Student Award 2015. �We expected him to grab one of the top ranks. He has been exceptionally good in studies and in other extra curricular activities,� said Fr Emil Baa, Principal, St Xavier�s School, Mancotta.

Swagat, son of Niranjan Gogoi and Maini Gogoi of Milannagar, intends to join Science stream to pursue studies in medical science.

On success of the students, Ashwini Dowerah, Principal of Salt Brook School exuded satisfaction. �It has been proved that if you are sincere and persistently performing well from the lower classes, ranks can be secured. Sr Tessy Davis, Principal of Little Flower School too expressed satisfaction over the results of the students. �We expected at least seven top ranks. Out of 130, only two could not make it to the first division,� she said.

Altogether 15362 students had appeared for the exams. Among those who appeared, 2825 secured first division, 3996 secured second division and 3874 were placed in the third position. The pass percentage in the district is 69.62%.

The State highest 100 marks scorers in Advanced Mathematics from the district include Samrat Dutta and Suryavijoy Kar of Salt Brook School, Raayesha Amin and Rishja Bagaria of Little Flower School, Srishti Chaliha of Naharkatia HS School, Diksha Priyam Sonowal, Jessica Boruah and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School.

The highest 100 marks scorers in General Mathematics from the district include Abhinav Phukan, Angad Borchetia, Aryaman Baruah, Ayan Phukan, Kaustav Dehingia, Swapnaneel Dowerah and Ankita Chowdhury of Salt Brook School, Subhrajyoti Gogoi of St Xavier�s School, Hirak Jyoti Dehingia of Dibrugarh Bengali High School, Abhipsha Bharadwaj, Ankita Dutta, Arpita Mallick Choudhury, Kalyani Emon Gogoi, Nikita Ghosh, Prayashi Goswami, Raayesha Amin and Sagarika Medhi of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Antara Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School, Gautam Sidhartha Saikia of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School, Pallab Jyoti Baishya of Oil India H S School, Abhishek Dutta, Gitashree Saikia, Jessica Boruah and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School, Tanuj Jyoti Chutia of Tengakhat Jatiya Vidyalaya and Pragyan Patra of Tingkhong Model Academy.

In English, among the highest 100 marks scorers are Abhipsha Bharadwaj, Nikita Ghosh and Raayesha Amin of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Bandita Phukan of St Mary�s Higher Secondary School and Rajashree Das of BVFC Model High School.

Abhipsha Bharadwaj and Arpita Mallick Choudhury of Little Flower School are among the state highest 100 marks scorers in General Science. Ayan Phukan of Salt Brook School scored highest 100 marks in Social Science while Diksha Priyam Sonowal of BVFC Model High School secured highest 100 marks in Hindi.

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