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MBOSE HSSLC Results 2023: South West Garo Hills, East Garo Hills record highest pass percentage in Science & Commerce

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Shillong, May 9: In positive signs for the Garo Hills region, which shows significant improvement in the education sector, South West Garo Hills has registered the highest pass percentage in MBOSE HSSLC 2023 results, with 90 per cent in the Science stream.

Not just Science, in the commerce stream also the district with the highest pass percentage is East Garo Hills with 95.71 per cent, followed by East Jaintia Hills at 93.33 percent while North Garo Hills is the lowest with 42 per cent.

MBOSE declared the results for HSSLC examination 2023 on Tuesday for the streams of Science, Commerce and Vocation. The overall pass percentage in the science stream this year is 78.84 percent while in the commerce stream it is 79.31 percent.

In the Science stream, South West Garo Hills is followed by West Khasi Hills District with 85.4 percent while the lowest is East Jaintia Hills District with 51 per cent.

This achievement for Garo Hills assumes significance given that Garo Hills has constituency ranked lower compared to districts in Khasi-Jaintia Hills region in various parameters, with education being a major area of concern.

In term of individual performances, Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School, Shillong bagged the top positions in the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations in the science and commerce streams, respectively.

Arnab Dutta bagged the first position in the science stream by securing 483 marks while Rishab Purkayastha secured the first position in the commerce stream with 484 marks, both belonging to Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School.

The second position in the science stream was bagged by Steffi Niza W Snaitang of St Edmund’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong and third position by Eshita Bhattacharjee of St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School, Shillong. The second place in the commerce stream went to Akshat Poddar of St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School and the third position was shared by Satakshi Das and Senha Paul, both from St Anthony’s Higher Secondary School.

The other students who featured in the top-10 list of science include Subam Das of Laban Bengalee Boys’ Hr Sec School (4th), Soumitra Jha of St Anthony’s (5th), Rahul Das of RK Mission Hr Sec School (6th), Sargam Datta and Sharmin Khongsit of St Anthony’s (7th), Sangam Paul of St Anthony’s (8th), Biswadeep Nath of St Anthony’s (9th) and Samjanai Synnah of St Anthony’s (10th).

Those in the commerce stream include: Akshat Das of Laban Bengalee Boys Hr Sec School secured the 4th position, Deepak Sethia of St Anthony’s (5th), Nengneiching of St Anthony’s (6th), Phibalamti Marwein of St Anthony’s (7th), Nangkhraw Laloo of Mawsynram Border Area Hr Sec School, Mawsynram (8th), Kashish Sharma of St Anthony’s, Eleazer Lytep of St Edmund’s and Rakhi Kumari of Alpha English Hr Secondary School, Nongpoh (9th) and Daiairi Nongrem of Anderson Hr Secondary School, Upper New Nongstoin bagged the 10th position.

Commending the students, Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma tweeted, “Congratulations to our toppers and all our meritorious students who passed the #HSSLC (Science & Commerce) examinations. May this remarkable achievement motivate them to find more success in the future. God Bless.”

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