The Nagaland Board of College Schooling (NBSE) on Saturday declared the outcomes of Class 10 (Excessive College Leaving Certificates-HSLC) and Class 12 (Greater Secondary College Leaving Certificates-HSSLC) examination.
The go proportion within the class 10 (HSLC) examination was 70.03 per cent as 15,580 college students out of the 22,392 cleared the examination. Final yr the go proportion was 68.29 per cent.
Abhi Chakraborty of Holy Cross HSS, Dimapur with 98.33 per cent topped the HSLC examination, whereas Palak Baid of Don Bosco HSS, Dimapur with 97.17 per cent and Imlibenla Jamir of Fernwood College, Kohima with 96.67 per cent stood second and third.
The ladies have once more performed higher with 8,470 ladies qualifying and seven,210 boys qualifying the examination. Within the prime 20 listing which contains of 55 college students, 39 are ladies and 16 are boys.
The exams had been performed by NBSE between February 13 and March 4.
NBSE Chairperson Asano Sekhose stated that in view of the lockdown because of COVID-19 pandemic and in an effort to keep social distancing, the Board will situation the element paperwork to the centre superintendents from June 5, 2020 Altogether 96 colleges secured cent per cent go outcome within the class 10 examination, of which 83 are personal colleges and 13 are authorities.
When it comes to district clever efficiency for presidency colleges, Kohima district once more topped the desk with a proportion of 64 per cent adopted by Mokokchung and Peren districts at 57 per cent whereas Longleng district is on the backside with 10 per cent.
The HSSLC (Class 12) examination had a complete of 15,461 college students in Arts, Commerce and Science stream.
The go proportion within the Arts stream was 71.87 as 8,335 out of the 11,598 college students certified the examination.
Chumliba R of Loyola HSS, Kiphire secured prime place in Arts stream with 92 per cent marks.
Commerce stream had 1337 candidates of which 1009 handed the examination. The go proportion in Commerce stream this yr was 75.47 per cent. Ichha Upadhyay of Christian HSS, Dimapur topped the stream with 98.80 per cent marks.
In Science stream, 2,525 college students sat within the examination of which 2045 handed. The go proportion was 80.99 per cent, Anushka Bhattacharjee of Pranab Vidyapith HSS, Dimapur with 95.20 per cent marks was the topper in Science stream.