Shillong: Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School, Shillong and St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong bagged the top positions in the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations in the science and commerce streams respectively.
The results were declared by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBOSE) in Shillong today.
Gyanesh Roy Bhowmik of Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School, Shillong, bagged the first position in HSSLC (Science) by securing 469 marks while St Anthony’s Riya Kharpran secured the first position in HSSLC (Commerce) with 464 marks.
The second position in the science stream was bagged by Rishi Sarkar of Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School and the third position by Chetna Bose of Don Bosco College (Higher Secondary Section), Tura while the second place in the commerce stream went to Emerene Kharpran of St Edmund’s Higher Secondary School, and Keshav Agarwala of Don Bosco College (Higher Secondary Section), Tura and the third position to Chirag Deb of Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School.
The other students who featured in the top-10 list of science include Nazariolan Synrem of RK Mission Higher Secondary School, Cherrapunjee (4th), Armanki War of St Anthony’s (5th), Balarihun Kharlukhi of RK Mission Hr Sec School, Cherrapunjee (6th), Daemon Shaaniang B Shullet of St Anthony’s (7th), Mewaksandor Ymbon of St Anthony’s, Phibajanai Khardewsaw of Risa Hr Sec School (9th) and Rakibul Hazarika of JN Hr Sec School, Phulbari (10th).
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Those in the commerce stream include: Laizomlien Gangte of St Anthony’s and Shraddha Dutta of St Edmund’s Hr Sec School shared the 4th position, Supriya Das of St Anthony’s (5th), Tulsi Dey of St Margaret’s Hr Sec School (6th), Ibadashisha Jana of St Mary’s Hr Sec School (7th), Sneha Bhattacharjee of St Anthony’s (8th), Balajied Kynsai Biam of Seven Set Annexe Hr Sec School (9th) and Ankush Debnath and Eliona Baniada Nongrum of St Anthony’s and Ankita Pal of St Mary’s Hr Sec School bagged the 10th position.
The pass percentage in the science stream was recorded at 71.62 while in the commerce stream it was 83.63 per cent.
District wise, South West Garo Hills registered the highest pass percentage with 100 per cent in the science stream followed by East Khasi Hills District with 75.32 per cent while the lowest is South Garo Hills District with 50 per cent.
In the commerce stream, the district with the highest pass percentage is West Khasi Hills with 100 per cent followed by East Garo Hills at 94.81 per cent while North Garo Hills is the lowest with 50 per cent.
Commending the students, Chief Minister Conrad Sangma tweeted, “Congratulations to our toppers and all our meritorious students who passed the #HSSLC (Science, Commerce & Vocational streams) examinations. May you shine in all your endeavours.”
Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui also took to Twitter and congratulated the successful candidates. He exclaimed, “Congratulations to all my young friends who passed their HSSLC EXAMS 2022 (Science, Commerce & Vocational) streams. Your hard work, dedication & will to succeed paid off. To the rank holders may you continue to shine! For those who don’t meet expectations don’t lose hope.”