NBSE declares HSLC/HSSLC results; Girls outshine boys
HSLC records 70.03% pass percentage
Kohima, May 30: Amidst the ongoing lockdown in the fight against COVID-19, the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) on Saturday declared the results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC).
Altogether 37,854 students were enrolled for the HSLC (Class 10) and HSSLC (Class 12) examinations conducted by the Board from February 13 to March 4 this year.
In the HSLC examination, out of the 22,392 candidates who sat for the exams, a total of 15,680 candidates qualified, recording a pass percentage of 70.03%.
It is an improvement of 1.74% as compared to previous year result of 68.29%.
Girls have again done better with 8,470 girls qualifying and 7,210 boys qualifying the examination. In the top 20 list which comprises of 55 students, 39 are girls and 16 boys.
Altogether 96 schools secured cent percent pass result, out of which 83 are private schools and 13 are Government.
This year, 34 schools have zero or nil result, out of which 30 are Government and 4 private schools.
In terms of district wise performance for Government schools, Kohima district again topped the table with a percentage of 64% followed by Mokokchung and Peren districts at 57% while Longleng district is at the bottom with 10%.
In respect of private schools also, Kohima district is at the top with a percentage of 89% followed by Mokokchung at 88%.
Abhi Chakraborty of Holy Cross HSS, Dimapur with 98.33% topped the HSLC exam, while Palak Baid of Don Bosco HSS, Dimapur with 97.17% and Imlibenla Jamir of Fernwood School, Kohima with 96.67% stood second and third toppers.
The HSSLC had 15,461 students.
Arts stream had 11,598 students enrolled for the exam while 8335 passed with pass percentage being 71.87, a decrease of 2.57% compared to last year’s 74.44%.
Chumliba R of Loyola HSS, Kiphire secured top position in Arts stream with 92% (460 marks). Limayanger Longchar of Mezhür HSS, Kohima with 457 marks (91.40%) and Opanglemla Kichu of Queen Mary HSS, Mokokchung with 455 marks (91.00%) were second and third toppers respectively.
Commerce stream had 1337 candidates while 1009 qualified. The pass percentage this year was 75.47%, an increase of 0.79%. Ichha Upadhyay of Christian HSS, Dimapur topped the stream securing 98.80% (494 marks). Renuka Debnath of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur with 94.80% (474 marks) and Sweeti Dey of Christian HSS, Dimapur with 94.40% (472 marks) bagged top second and third position respectively.
In Science stream out of the 2525 students, 2045 passed bringing down the pass percentage to and 80.99%, a decrease of 0.38%. Anushka Bhattacharjee of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur with 95.20% (476 marks) was the topper in Science stream. Md. Chand of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur scoring 463 marks (92.60%) and Raj Paul of St. Mary’s HSS, Dimapur scoring 459 marks (91.80%) were second and third toppers respectively.
Meanwhile, NBSE chairperson Asano Sekhose informed that in view of the lockdown due to COVID-19 pandemic and in order to maintain social distancing, the Board will issue the documents to the centre superintendents only from June 5, 2020. (Page News Service)