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Mizoram records 76.65 pass percentage in HSLC exam

By Newmai News

AIZAWL, May 3 - Mizoram, the third highest literate State in the country after Kerala and Lakshadweep, set a new record today by registering a pass percentage of 76.65 in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination, 2018, which is the highest ever pass percentage for the State since the first board examination was conducted by the Mizoram Board School Education (MBSE) in 1978.

The results of the HSLC examination, conducted by the MBSE in February and March, were declared on Thursday. Out of the 18,335 candidates on the school rolls, 17,695 appeared in the examination. As many as 13,563 students, including 7,085 girls, successfully cleared the examination.

�This is the highest ever pass percentage achieved by the State in 40 years since the HSLC examination was first conducted by the MBSE in 1978,� MBSE chairman F Lianhmingthanga said, adding the overall percentage is likely to increase up to 77 after the compartmental examination. He noted that the HSLC results have been improving every year. According to the chairman, the last highest pass percentage � 72.27 � was recorded in 2012.

Examinations were held at 122 centres across the State. This time around boys topped the examination by securing 76.92 pass percentage in comparison to the girls whose pass percentage stands at 76.40.

Lalremsiama Darchhun of St Paul�s Higher Secondary School, Aizawl, and Royal Philem of Mount Carmel School, Aizawl, jointly topped the merit list by securing 477 out of 500 marks. Both scored letter marks in all the five subjects.

Darchhun attributed his success to hard work, dedication and family support, besides the blessings of God. The 16-year-old student from Tanhril village near Aizawl lives with his mother and three other siblings. Meanwhile, the MBSE announced that the compartmental examination for all subjects would be held on June 21.

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Mizoram records 76.65 pass percentage in HSLC exam

AIZAWL, May 3 - Mizoram, the third highest literate State in the country after Kerala and Lakshadweep, set a new record today by registering a pass percentage of 76.65 in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination, 2018, which is the highest ever pass percentage for the State since the first board examination was conducted by the Mizoram Board School Education (MBSE) in 1978.

The results of the HSLC examination, conducted by the MBSE in February and March, were declared on Thursday. Out of the 18,335 candidates on the school rolls, 17,695 appeared in the examination. As many as 13,563 students, including 7,085 girls, successfully cleared the examination.

�This is the highest ever pass percentage achieved by the State in 40 years since the HSLC examination was first conducted by the MBSE in 1978,� MBSE chairman F Lianhmingthanga said, adding the overall percentage is likely to increase up to 77 after the compartmental examination. He noted that the HSLC results have been improving every year. According to the chairman, the last highest pass percentage � 72.27 � was recorded in 2012.

Examinations were held at 122 centres across the State. This time around boys topped the examination by securing 76.92 pass percentage in comparison to the girls whose pass percentage stands at 76.40.

Lalremsiama Darchhun of St Paul�s Higher Secondary School, Aizawl, and Royal Philem of Mount Carmel School, Aizawl, jointly topped the merit list by securing 477 out of 500 marks. Both scored letter marks in all the five subjects.

Darchhun attributed his success to hard work, dedication and family support, besides the blessings of God. The 16-year-old student from Tanhril village near Aizawl lives with his mother and three other siblings. Meanwhile, the MBSE announced that the compartmental examination for all subjects would be held on June 21.

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