9,227 students clear Mizoram HSSLC exam

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As many as 9,227 students out of 11,824 who appeared for the annual HSSLC examination conducted by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) have passed the exam.

The results which were declared on May 21 witnessed a pass percentage of 78.04 percent, which is a decrease of 0.62 percent compared to last year.

In the arts stream, Linden Lalremruatpuia from Oikos Higher Secondary School secured the top position securing 471 marks out of 500. In the commerce stream, David Lalhminghlua from St Paul’s Higher Secondary School topped securing 460 marks out of 500.

In the science stream, Lalramdina Ralte from St. Paul’s Higher Secondary School achieved the highest score with 477 marks out of 500.

MBSE chairman Pu JH Zoremthanga at a press conference in Aizawl attributed the successful release of results to the dedication of higher secondary school teachers and the overall support of the education department.

This year, there are 52 students in the compartment category, who will have the opportunity to improve their scores through the upcoming compartment exams.

Complaints regarding the HSSLC results can be submitted by May 27, Zoremthanga said.

Out of 11,824 students, 8,467 are from the arts stream, 2,807 are from the science stream, and 549 are from the commerce stream.

Starting this year, following the National Education Policy (NEP), students wishing to improve their scores will be able to take the improvement exams without having to wait for a year, as they can take these exams alongside the compartment exams.

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