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70 HSLC Candidates Protest Against School Headmistress in Chayagaon, Kamrup; Alleges Poor Marking

However, the Headmistress claimed that the alleged anomalies happened in the Secondary Education Board Of Assam(SEBA) office.

70 HSLC Candidates Protest Against School Headmistress in Chayagaon, Kamrup; Alleges Poor Marking

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Sentinel Digital Desk

GUWAHATI: Alleging discrepancies in the recently declared Assam HSLC results a large number of students, around 70, of the Bamunigaon High School staged a protest against their school Headmistress in Chayagaon, Kamrup.

The protesting students, who staged a demonstration in front of the residence of the Headmistress alleged that their school authority has discriminated against some meritorious students in the evaluation process.

"We have seen that some students who could not perform well in the past examinations have received higher marks in the recently declared HSLC results. But deserving students could not score well. We demand an inquiry to the anomalies,'' a protesting student said.

He also said that the Headmistress whimsically awarded good marks to the underserving students. Later, the police controlled the situation.

However, the Headmistress claimed that the alleged anomalies happened in the Secondary Education Board Of Assam(SEBA) office.

The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) on last Friday declared the much-awaited results of the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Assam High Madrassa (AHM) Examinations, 2021, with a record-breaking 93-plus pass percentage.

The State Government had canceled this year's HSLC/AHM examinations due to the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic situation. The government constituted a high-power committee of experts to work out an alternative evaluation formula. The HSLC/AHM exam results declared on Friday were based on the alternative evaluation formula worked out by experts.

Out of 4,26,553 candidates who applied to appear in the HSLC examination this year 3,97,132 came out successful. The overall pass percentage is 93.10%. While 88,521 candidates have secured the first division, 1,60,298 secured the second division and 1,48,313 examinees secured the third division. The number of successful candidates among males is 1,84,411 against 2,12,721 females.


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