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NBSE declares HSLC & HSSLC 2023 results with girls outshining boys


St. John HSRS, Dimapur, sweeps top 3 positions in Science stream
KOHIMA, MAY 24: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) today declared the results of High School Leaving Certificate and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations for the year with girls performing better than boys.
The HSLC Examination 2023 was held from March 10 to 22 while the HSSLC Examination was held from March 9 to 31, said NBSE Chairperson Asano Sekhose, adding that a total of 40,446 students, which include 24,361 for HSLC and 16,085 for HSSLC, had enrolled for the exams.
In HSLC, a total of 17,130 candidates qualified the examination with a qualified percentage of 70.32% as against 64.69% in 2022, she said.
Girls have done better with 9350 girls qualifying and 7780 boys qualifying the examination, she said, adding that in the top 20 list, there are 99 candidates of which 33 are boys and the rest 66 are girls.
She said that this year, 24 Government schools recorded nil pass percentage.
In terms of district wise performance for Government schools, Kohima district topped the table with a percentage of 73% followed by Mokokchung and Phek districts at 70% and 63% while Shamator district is at the bottom with 6%, she said.
In respect of private schools, Noklak district is at the top with a pass percentage of 97% followed by Kohima at 94%, she said.
Altogether 26 candidates with Special Needs applied for various concessions like extra time, scribe, exemption of examination fees, use of laptop, etc. and appeared for the examination and 17 qualified the examination, she said.
Christy Paul Mathew of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (HSS), Dimapur, with 99% and 594 total marks secured the top position in Class 10 exam while Arti Kumari (591) of Ram Janaki HSS, Dimapur, with 98.50% stood second and Sneha Das (590) of Little Flower School, Chumukedima, at 98.33% was top third.
In HSSLC examination, Sekhose said that 15 institutions under Arts stream, 5 institutions under Science stream and 4 institutions under Commerce stream secured 100% pass result.
The performance of girls has been better than the boys in all the streams of HSSLC, she said.
Pass percentage of girls in Arts, Commerce and Science were 86.27%, 90.34% and 90.39% respectively while that of the boys were 78.44%, 82.47%, and 82.51%.
The overall pass percentage in Arts stream is 82.62%, Commerce 85.83% and Science 86.79%, she said.
Moanola Longchar of Town HSS, Mokokchung, topped the Arts stream with 486 marks at 97.20%, she said.
Nonya Konyak of Little Star HSS, Dimapur, (485) and 97% marks took the second position while Bodeno Chüsi of Christian HSS, Dimapur, with 483 marks at 96.60% was third.
Mentionably, two students of Government school are also in the merit list of HSSLC Arts examination – Kilenkala with 94.20% marks of Government HSS, Tuli, in top 9 position and Kikogwamle with 94.20% of Government HSS, Jalukie, in top 10 position of Arts stream.
She said that 13 Children with Special Needs (CWSN) applied for concessions and appeared for the examination. Of them, 11 passed with 4 in 1st division and 7 in 2nd Division.
Zahid Ahmed Laskar of Christian HSS, Dimapur, bagged the top 1st position in commerce stream with 99.20% marks (496) while Fiza Khanom Barbhuiya of Christian HSS, Dimapur, (494) at 98.80% stood second and Manashmi Ghosh of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur (493) at 98.60% came third.
In Science stream, students of St. John Higher Secondary Residential School, Dimapur swept the top 3 positions with Awang P Yimpushü with 485 marks and 97% on top, Nilovito H Shikhu (479) at 95.80% top two and Wonchilo T Khuvung with 475 marks at 95% on top three.
(Page News Service)