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Six toppers from Dibrugarh district

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DIBRUGARH, May 31 - Dibrugarh district maintained its pride with six toppers in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination-2017 held under the Secondary Education Board of Assam.

The schools of the top rank holders � Salt Brook School of Dibrugarh, BVFC Model School of Namrup, Little Flower School of Dibrugarh and Montfort School of Chabua erupted in joy as they learned about their achievements. Tannayoee Hazarika and Ayan Deep Saikia of BVFC Model School secured the 2nd and the 9th positions respectively. Ranjanya Kashyap Gogoi and Reeya Hazarika of Salt Brook School secured the 2nd and the 10th ranks respectively. The topper from Little Flower School, Niha Priyadarshini grabbed the 6th position and Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog of Montfort School held the 9th position.

All the six toppers scored 100 marks in General Mathematics. Tannayoee, Niha and Chinmoyee also scored 100 marks in Social Science. All the toppers expressed their desire to study Science to pursue their dreams either in medical, engineering or the civil service profession.

Tannayoee was expecting a good result but did not expect such a top rank. �She did not have any fixed time table for studies during her preparation days. She studied for short hours whenever she wanted. She hardly studied during the night. Tannayoee took tuitions in General Mathematics and Advance Mathematics,� said Hiranya Hazarika, father of Tannayoee. Hiranya Hazarika is the Principal of BVFC Higher Secondary School, Namrup.

Ranjanya, daughter of teachers � Putul Kumar Gogoi and Jyotsna Dutta Gogoi of Molukubasa wants to study Science and crack the civil service examinations. �I normally study five to six hours on school days but before my exams I sat for about 17 hours to prepare myself each day,� Ranjanya told this newspaper while speaking about her mantra for success. Niha Priyadarshini and Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog also said that they worked hard for over ten hours daily during exam preparations but Reeya Hazarika and Ayan Deep Saikia said they were confident with the normal four to five hours of study daily.

Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog has a different story to tell in scoring a perfect 100 in General Mathematics. �I was unable to score beyond 60 in Mathematics. But I was given coaching by my subject teacher Javed Akhtar Ansari. He really made sure that I was confident in the subject. I owe him so much for that,� Neog told this newspaper as he praised his mathematics teacher.

The pass percentage of the district was around 55.22%. Altogether, 15,299 candidates appeared for the HSLC exam and among them only 8,448 students passed. First divisioners numbered 2,846, 3,572 bagged second division and 2,030 students were placed in the third division.

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Six toppers from Dibrugarh district

DIBRUGARH, May 31 - Dibrugarh district maintained its pride with six toppers in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination-2017 held under the Secondary Education Board of Assam.

The schools of the top rank holders � Salt Brook School of Dibrugarh, BVFC Model School of Namrup, Little Flower School of Dibrugarh and Montfort School of Chabua erupted in joy as they learned about their achievements. Tannayoee Hazarika and Ayan Deep Saikia of BVFC Model School secured the 2nd and the 9th positions respectively. Ranjanya Kashyap Gogoi and Reeya Hazarika of Salt Brook School secured the 2nd and the 10th ranks respectively. The topper from Little Flower School, Niha Priyadarshini grabbed the 6th position and Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog of Montfort School held the 9th position.

All the six toppers scored 100 marks in General Mathematics. Tannayoee, Niha and Chinmoyee also scored 100 marks in Social Science. All the toppers expressed their desire to study Science to pursue their dreams either in medical, engineering or the civil service profession.

Tannayoee was expecting a good result but did not expect such a top rank. �She did not have any fixed time table for studies during her preparation days. She studied for short hours whenever she wanted. She hardly studied during the night. Tannayoee took tuitions in General Mathematics and Advance Mathematics,� said Hiranya Hazarika, father of Tannayoee. Hiranya Hazarika is the Principal of BVFC Higher Secondary School, Namrup.

Ranjanya, daughter of teachers � Putul Kumar Gogoi and Jyotsna Dutta Gogoi of Molukubasa wants to study Science and crack the civil service examinations. �I normally study five to six hours on school days but before my exams I sat for about 17 hours to prepare myself each day,� Ranjanya told this newspaper while speaking about her mantra for success. Niha Priyadarshini and Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog also said that they worked hard for over ten hours daily during exam preparations but Reeya Hazarika and Ayan Deep Saikia said they were confident with the normal four to five hours of study daily.

Chinmoyee Jyoti Neog has a different story to tell in scoring a perfect 100 in General Mathematics. �I was unable to score beyond 60 in Mathematics. But I was given coaching by my subject teacher Javed Akhtar Ansari. He really made sure that I was confident in the subject. I owe him so much for that,� Neog told this newspaper as he praised his mathematics teacher.

The pass percentage of the district was around 55.22%. Altogether, 15,299 candidates appeared for the HSLC exam and among them only 8,448 students passed. First divisioners numbered 2,846, 3,572 bagged second division and 2,030 students were placed in the third division.

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