MBOSE SSLC Result: Tura School secures top 5 merit positions

Meghalaya SSLC Result 2023 has been declared on May 26, 2023. The students of Garo Hills have again proved their worth with 5 students managing to make it to the merit list of the Senior School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) of the Meghalaya Board of Secondary Education (SSLC). MBOSE) 2023.

MBOSE SSLC result: Tura schools occupy top 5 merit positions including (Sanchit Khanna/HT Photo)
MBOSE SSLC result: Tura schools occupy top 5 merit positions including (Sanchit Khanna/HT Photo)

In the results announced this morning, Sherwood School Tura topped with Samridhi Das with 572 marks with distinction in English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Science, Health and Physical Education and History.

Jyotipriya Bhattacharjee of St. Margaret’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong came 2 marks short, scoring 570 marks with papers in English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Science, Health and Physical Education and Elective English.

The third position was shared between Tanushree Acharjee of St. Margaret’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong, Ritam Deep Chowdhary of Sherwood School, Tura and Salreem M Sangma of St. Xavier’s Secondary School, Tura, who scored 564 marks in 6 subjects.

The rest of the posts were won by students from various schools in the state, including a private candidate.

A total of 51,280 students from 656 schools appeared in the exam at 157 centers in the state, of which 26,629 scored an average cut-off of 51.93 per cent this year.

There were 35,035 students including 14,488 males and 20,547 females who appeared for the exam for the regular stream. There were a total of 9,176 students including 4,175 males and 5,001 females who appeared as non-regular candidates as well as 1,985 candidates including 1,018 males and 967 females who appeared as private candidates. As many as 5,073 students comprising 2,106 males and 2,967 females appeared for the compartmental examinations and 11 showed remarkable improvement this time.

Of the 12 districts in the state, East Khasi Hills performed the best, with 12,797 students appearing for the exam and 9,453 making the cut with an overall pass percentage of 73.87 per cent. At the bottom came South-West Garo Hills where 3,573 students appeared, 955 passed and the pass percentage stood at 26.73 per cent.

In the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination, 2023 (Arts), Larissa Lamin of Adventist Higher Secondary School, Thadlasken in West Jaintia Hills District secured 450 marks with distinction in English, Political Science, Sociology, Education and Khasi. ,

Just one point short, with 449 marks, Evelyn Francisca Khreem of St. Edmunds Higher Secondary School, Shillong, secured the second position with letters in English, Khasi, Education, Mathematics, Computer Science, Economics, while Dinamesha of St. Anthony’s Higher Secondary School Hinnivata. Shillong secured the third position with 446 marks and achieved distinction in English, Khasi, Informatics Practices, Political Science, Home Science and Economics. The rest of the merit list was shared by other schools across the state.

In all, 25,437 students from 246 schools appeared for the exam in 105 centers across the state, out of which 20,425 passed the exam this year with a pass percentage of 80.30 per cent, which is a marginal drop from last year’s 81.17 per cent. , As many as 22,689 students, including 8,880 males and 13,809 females, appeared for the exam as regular candidates, while 2,748 students, including 1,323 males and 1,425 females, appeared as non-regular candidates.

Latest district East West Khasi Hills secured the top position for the highest percentage with 730 students appearing for the exams, of which 669 passed, taking the overall pass percentage to 91.64. South Garo Hills district, in which 717 students appeared for the exam and 353 passed, rounded off the final list with 49.23 per cent.

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