Guwahati: The Board of Secondary Schooling Assam (SEBA) introduced the outcomes of the category 10 board examinations on Tuesday, by which 56.49 per cent of 4,05,582 candidates have been declared profitable, officers mentioned.
The cross proportion amongst boys was 58.80, whereas it was 54.49 per cent amongst women, they mentioned.
Whole 2,29,131 candidates cleared the examination. Dhemaji recorded the very best cross proportion at 85.46, whereas Chirang recorded the bottom at 34.27 per cent.
In 2021, the cross proportion was 93.10. The examinations couldn’t be held final yr because of the pandemic, and analysis was performed on the idea of a particular components, bearing in mind previous performances and inside evaluation.
Raktotpal Saikia of St Mary’s Excessive Faculty, North Lakhimpur, topped the exams, securing 597 out of 600 marks.
Within the Assam Excessive Madrassa Examination, additionally performed by the SEBA, the cross proportion was 54.73, with 5,721 college students clearing it of a complete 10,454 who had appeared for it.
Mufassir Al Hassa of Al-Kauser Mannequin Academy, Sonitpur, secured the highest spot by scoring 556 out of 600 marks.
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