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Hrishikesh Gogoi of Sivasagar secures ninth position

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  1 Jun 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

Joysagar, May 31: In HSLC fil exam, 2017, private educatiol institutions have performed well while the performance of government institutions has been poor. A student of Holy me English School of Sivasagar brought laurels to the district and another student from St. Peter’s English School of zira also came out with bright colours. Hrishikesh Gogoi of Sivasagar and Aurov Saikia of zira secured the 9th position in the State. Besides, a student of Godhula Brown English School, Saurav Saha got highest marks in Advanced Maths (100) and a student of Adarsha Shiksha Bhaban, Sukanya Bhagawati of Sivasagar got highest marks in English (100) in the State. On the other hand, Sivasagar High Madrassa School stood first in Assam in the AHM fil examition this year.

In Sivasagar district, a total of 14,757 students had appeared in this year’s HSLC fil examition out of which a total of 8,541 students were successful. Total pass percentage of the district is 57.88 per cent. Sivasagar Government HS and MP School had total 102 candidates and out of this, 43 secured first division, 51 secured second division and three secured third division. In Fulaswary Girls’ HS School total 48 students passed in first division, 57 in second division and 21 in third division. From Thanuram Town HS School, eight candidates secured first division, 36 secured second division and 20 secured third division.

From Sivasagar Holy me English School, a total of 102 students appeared in the exam and 147 secured first division and one secured second division. Sivasagar BG Polytechnique School had 27 students and 19 were successful. Adarsha Shiksha Bhaban had 28 candidates and 12 got first division, 15 got second division and one passed in third division. Many government sector schools showed poor performance compared to the previous years. Conscious people blamed the State Education Department’s decision not to offer grace marks to students for the poor results. Hrishikesh wants to be an engineer. He thanked his teachers and school for helping him in doing well in the exam. AASU Sivasagar unit and many other organizations went to his house and felicitated him.

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