Assam: Initiative Taken Towards Supporting Talented Students in Digboi
The pass percentage has dropped drastically this year as only 56.49 per cent has finally made it to the merit list.
DIGBOI: A school in Digboi has taken a special initiative towards the education of talented students coming from financially challenged families. It has provided scholarships to 25 gifted students in memory of Rameshwar Dhanwar.
As a part of the scholarship program, the selected 25 students coming from poor families will be able to avail of free education for two years of higher secondary courses in the School. The certificates were distributed among the selected students on Friday by the senior administration of the institution.
SEBA (Board of Secondary Education) announced the much-awaited HSLC (High School Leaving Certificate) 2023 results on Monday. Six students are in the top ten lists of SEBA’s Class X results. Aditi Bhuyan from St. Mary’s HS School secured 4th position. Upakul Parashar from Jatiya Vidyalaya, Kahilipara, secured the 5th position, sharing the spot with Anant Jain from Happy Child High School, Guwahati, among others.
Sanjana Kaur from St. Mary’s HS School and Antara Mobasshira Hoque Khandakar from Assam Jatiya Vidyalaya both secured the 6th position, among others. Nilabh Pathak from Assam Jatiya Vidyalaya secured the 10th position. Talking to the media, top scorer Aditi Bhuyan expressed her happiness by thanking her parents and teachers. She mentions how one can achieve one’s goal with full determination and should have a strategy to accomplish that. This time the exam patterns were changed, so she inculcated a different pattern for her studies.
Anant Jain, talking to the media, said, “I would like to thank my teachers and parents, who have supported me in every step. I used to study for one or two hours and then extend my timing before examinations.” On being asked by the reporters, Sanjana Kaur said she aspires to be a biotechnologist and expresses her happiness, along with thanking her coaching teacher and her parents. According to official data, a total of 43,069 students have secured letter marks in social science, followed by 42,282 students in English, 18,734 students in general science, and 16,531 students in general mathematics.