By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, June 2: With the results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examitions declared today, Guwahati has something to be proud of; and Sudarshan Public School, St. Stephens School and St Mary's HS School have done it all.
Sudarshan Public School is elated to have achieved its best-ever performance this year with three of its students holding three of the top ten positions - sixth, eighth and tenth. St. Stephens School and St. Mary's HS School got a position each, seventh and eighth respectively.
bankur Deka of Sudarshan Public School got the sixth position securing 581 out of 600 marks. He is the son of Dhanjit Deka and Bobita Deka of Japorojog in the city. bankar said that he had to read five/six hours a day, and barring Social Studies he had tutors in all subjects. He says he does not have faith on parroting. Study, according to him, is to get the concept of subject matters. He wants to undergo mechanical engineering in IIT and doing research works. He says he has been immensely benefitted from his parents and teachers, and if it has to be pinpointed, his mother is the key of his success.
Sabira Farheen of Sudarshan Public School got the eighth position, securing 579 out of 600 marks. She is the daughter of Ashma Jahan and Iftiquar Hussain of Khapara. She had to read ten/twelve hours a day. She did not expect to get any position, but her parents did. She says she was immensely benefitted from the guidance of her father, who is also an English teacher of Changsari HS School, and her teachers. She wants to undergo engineering and get admitted to either in Army Public School or Cotton College in Science stream.
Gargee Sarma, also of Sudarshan Public School, got the 10th position. She is the daughter of Babhesh Sarma and Jyots Devi of Borbari. She secured 577 out of 600 marks. Her elder sister had got 20th position in HSLC examitions in 2010. Gargee wants to be a doctor. She had to read eight hours a day. She had tuition in all subjects.
The seventh position went to Krish Chakravarty of St. Stephens School. She is the daughter of Prabhat Chakravarty and Bhanita Chakravarty of the Japorojog area. She secured 580 out of 600 marks. She read seven to eight hours a day. She wants to be a good doctor. She may get admitted to Cotton College or Maharishi Vidya Mandir at Borhojai. She loves to read books, specially novels.
Ipshita Bhuyan of St. Mary's HS school got the 8th position. She secured 579 out of 600 marks. She is the daughter of Rajib Bhuyan and Rumi Bhuyan. She wants to get admitted to Maharishi Vidya Mandir at Silpukhuri. She has all along been nurturing the wish of undergoing medical science. She was confident to get a position in the top ten. She says success is sure to come if one has one's eyes set on the target.
Sudarshan Public School has reasons to celebrate. Apart from the three positions in the top ten held by its students, the school has 100 per cent success rate. Out of the 156 students who took the HSLC examition from the school this year, 33 got distinction, 46 got stars, 139 passed in first division and 17 passed in second division.