NAGAON, June 25 - Nagaon district achieved a new milestone, producing 25 rank holders in the HS final exam, 2020 conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC). The results, which were declared on Thursday, made the Nagaon people extremely happy.
Among the successful students, 19 students are from Ramanujan Junior College � 7 in Arts stream and 12 in Science stream � and 2 from Concept Junior College � one each in both Science and Arts stream � and one each from Kolongpar Vidyapith, Renaissance Junior college, Madhavdeva Junior College and Bharati Vidyapith.
From Ramanujan Junior College, in Arts, Shraddha Borgohain (481) secured the first position, Priyakhi Bora (473) achieved the 3rd position, Jully Boishya (472) held the 4th position, Kaberi Konch (471) occupied the 5th position, Udita Ishani Kakoty (469) and Satabdi Puzari (469) secured the 7th position and Namrata Boruah (467) held the 9th position.
In Science stream, from Ramanujan Junior College, Sagar Gowala (479), Ashish Kumar Garg (478), Brenjit Hazarika (477), Amlan Jyoti Pegu (476) and Swabnam Gunjan Borah (476) secured the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th positions, respectively, while Amisha Singh (475), Himanjali Buragohain (475), Chinmay Nath (475), Monirul Islam (475) achieved the 8th position, and Utpalraj Kemprai (474) secured the 9th position. Iftikar Ahmed (473) and Ankita Saikia (473) from the same institution held the 10th position.
On the other hand, Poli Borah (473) from Concept Junior College, Twahira Zaman (472) from Madhavdeva Junior College, Harsita Borthakur (470) from Kolongpar Vidyapith and Priyanshi Goswami from Renaissance Junior College secured the 3rd, 4th, 6th and 7th position, respectively, in Arts stream.
Nayeema Firdous Borbhuyan from Concept Junior College secured 2nd position in Science stream and Karthik Dhawal from Bharati Vidyapith secured 6th position in Commerce stream.
Speaking to this correspondent, Ramanujan Junior College principal Dilip Kumar Bora said the success of the college was due to the hard work put in by the pupils, coupled with proper guidance by the teaching staff. He, however, claimed that some students missed the ranks by a whisker. �Our staff has been providing quality education to students, and therefore, we have been able to show better results,� he said, adding that the students have to maintain a strict discipline in the college campus.
Interacting with mediapersons, the first rank holder in Arts stream, Shraddha Borgohain, the daughter of a small-scale businessman, Manjit Borgohain and Pomi Borgohain of Kampur, said she was confident to be in the top 10. �The result has been possible due to support from the teachers and a good academic ambience in the college campus,� she said. Shraddha likes to listen to songs of Dr Bhupen Hazarika, Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar. She was also a contestant in Voice India Kids show.
Expressing gratitude to principal Bora and her parents, Shraddha said she would try her best to become a perfect officer under the Indian Administrative Service in the days to come.