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HSLC, HSSLC results out in Nagaland

By Correspondent

DIMAPUR, April 30 � The results of the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Examinations conducted by Nagaland Board of School Education have been announced last night.

The pass percentage of the HSLC exam this year is 60.56 per cent. As many as 12,125 out of the 20,023 students who appeared the exam qualified.

The boys have done better than the girls with 6,241 qualifying as opposed to 5,884 among the girls.

In the government schools, out of the 3,333 students who sat for the HSLC, both boys and girls, only 1,264 qualified.

Fifteen Government High Schools across the districts recorded nil pass among its students. Amidst this dismal picture, two Govt High Schools recorded 100 per cent pass.

As many as 16,690 students appeared from private schools, including repeaters. Out of these, 10861 have qualified.

The top fifty positions have mostly been taken by the schools of Kohima and Dimapur. It has been observed that smaller and lesser known schools from the districts have been performing exceptionally well in recent years overtaking many of the big schools.

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HSLC, HSSLC results out in Nagaland

DIMAPUR, April 30 � The results of the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) Examinations conducted by Nagaland Board of School Education have been announced last night.

The pass percentage of the HSLC exam this year is 60.56 per cent. As many as 12,125 out of the 20,023 students who appeared the exam qualified.

The boys have done better than the girls with 6,241 qualifying as opposed to 5,884 among the girls.

In the government schools, out of the 3,333 students who sat for the HSLC, both boys and girls, only 1,264 qualified.

Fifteen Government High Schools across the districts recorded nil pass among its students. Amidst this dismal picture, two Govt High Schools recorded 100 per cent pass.

As many as 16,690 students appeared from private schools, including repeaters. Out of these, 10861 have qualified.

The top fifty positions have mostly been taken by the schools of Kohima and Dimapur. It has been observed that smaller and lesser known schools from the districts have been performing exceptionally well in recent years overtaking many of the big schools.