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Joy, excitement among toppers

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, May 29 � Joy and excitement all came together to create animated scenes in the SEBA-affiliated school campuses, bustling with the HSLC candidates, parents and teachers, after results were announced today.

With eight rank holding students, 100 per cent result without any third division and 352 letter marks to their credit, the Axam Jatiya Bidyalaya had every reason to celebrate the occasion.

As the third rank holder Dhruba Jyoti Choudhury mentioned, �Our school has been doing very well since past several years and I am very happy that this year too, the overall results are very encouraging and the number of rank holders has increased to eight from six last year.�

Hailing from Puthimari in Rangiya, Dhrubajyoti wants to study in Cotton College and become a mechanical engineer in the future.

�My hard work and dedication, and that of my teachers have got me this position and it feels great to be a centre of attraction for all,� he shared his feelings about the special day of his life.

For another third rank holder, Spondon Jyoti Goswami of Modern High School, AIDC, third position in the State was something more than what he had expected. �I was pinning my hope for 11th to 13th position but the 3rd position came as a pleasant surprise. My parents and teachers deserve full credit for this success,� said Spondon Jyoti, who, like many of the HSLC toppers, wants to fulfill his dream of studying in the historic Cotton College.

�Of the 44 students who appeared this year from our school, 22 have got the first division and the school also got 72 letter marks,� said Principal Mukul Sarkar of Modern High School.

For the eighth rank holder Kaushik Ojah of the Axam Jatiya Bidyalaya the mantra for success was studying with complete dedication that came from within. �Studying for umpteen hours a day is not going to help, till one develops interest in the subject and understands the concepts,� he said. �I love reading, enjoy music, play cricket and chat with friends, but concentrate completely when it comes to studies,� he added.

�With the hard work of our students and teachers, we hope to do better in the coming years. The teacher-student ties in our school are very strong and therefore the students do not hesitate to approach the teachers on any query, even after the class-hours,� said an elated Principal of the school, Juthika Patowary.

�Out of the 100 students who appeared in HSLC from the school this year, 94 have got first division and 70 have got letter marks in English,� said Junumoni Sarma, an English teacher.

For the 16th rank holder Saurav Barman the result was not as per his expectation. �I expected to get a higher rank�, said Saurav, who wants to become a computer engineer. The 12th rank holder Abinash Sarma wants to fulfill his long-cherished dream of studying in the Cotton College and carry out research in Mathematics.

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Joy, excitement among toppers

GUWAHATI, May 29 � Joy and excitement all came together to create animated scenes in the SEBA-affiliated school campuses, bustling with the HSLC candidates, parents and teachers, after results were announced today.

With eight rank holding students, 100 per cent result without any third division and 352 letter marks to their credit, the Axam Jatiya Bidyalaya had every reason to celebrate the occasion.

As the third rank holder Dhruba Jyoti Choudhury mentioned, �Our school has been doing very well since past several years and I am very happy that this year too, the overall results are very encouraging and the number of rank holders has increased to eight from six last year.�

Hailing from Puthimari in Rangiya, Dhrubajyoti wants to study in Cotton College and become a mechanical engineer in the future.

�My hard work and dedication, and that of my teachers have got me this position and it feels great to be a centre of attraction for all,� he shared his feelings about the special day of his life.

For another third rank holder, Spondon Jyoti Goswami of Modern High School, AIDC, third position in the State was something more than what he had expected. �I was pinning my hope for 11th to 13th position but the 3rd position came as a pleasant surprise. My parents and teachers deserve full credit for this success,� said Spondon Jyoti, who, like many of the HSLC toppers, wants to fulfill his dream of studying in the historic Cotton College.

�Of the 44 students who appeared this year from our school, 22 have got the first division and the school also got 72 letter marks,� said Principal Mukul Sarkar of Modern High School.

For the eighth rank holder Kaushik Ojah of the Axam Jatiya Bidyalaya the mantra for success was studying with complete dedication that came from within. �Studying for umpteen hours a day is not going to help, till one develops interest in the subject and understands the concepts,� he said. �I love reading, enjoy music, play cricket and chat with friends, but concentrate completely when it comes to studies,� he added.

�With the hard work of our students and teachers, we hope to do better in the coming years. The teacher-student ties in our school are very strong and therefore the students do not hesitate to approach the teachers on any query, even after the class-hours,� said an elated Principal of the school, Juthika Patowary.

�Out of the 100 students who appeared in HSLC from the school this year, 94 have got first division and 70 have got letter marks in English,� said Junumoni Sarma, an English teacher.

For the 16th rank holder Saurav Barman the result was not as per his expectation. �I expected to get a higher rank�, said Saurav, who wants to become a computer engineer. The 12th rank holder Abinash Sarma wants to fulfill his long-cherished dream of studying in the Cotton College and carry out research in Mathematics.