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St. Anthony's students shine in HSSLC examitions

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT

Shillong, May 9: Like the previous years, this year too it was St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong which got top ranks in the class XII examition results.

On Monday, the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) declared the results of Class XII (HSSLC) – Science and Commerce results.

In the HSSLC (science) results, nine students of the St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School secured top ten positions.

Amaayaa Goswami, who secured the first position, got distinction in English, Computer Applications, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Altertive English, with an aggregate of 464 marks.

In the science stream, apart from the first position, St. Anthony’s bagged the third, fourth, fifth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth positions.

It was also a proud moment for J. N. Higher Secondary School, Phulbari, West Garo Hills district when its student Resma Sheikh secured the joint seventh position with distinction in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Assamese.

However, in the class XII Commerce stream, St Anthony’s College missed out on the top position with Pema Lama of BBS College, Shillong securing the first position with an aggregate of 434 marks and distinction in Nepali, Entrepreneurship, Accountancy, and Business Studies.

St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School bagged five positions in HSSLC (commerce) - second, third, fourth, ninth and tenth positions.

Moreover, overall pass percentage in the HSSLC science stream was 74.46.

Out of 3,586 students who appeared, 2,670 of them passed. While, in the HSSLC commerce stream, out of 2,184 students, 1,542 passed with an overall pass percentage of 70.60. The topper in the science stream- Amaayaa Goswami plans to pursue BSc (Physics) outside the state and aims to become an astrophysicist.

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