Kohima, July 20 (NEx): Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) declares the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examination 2021 results today. The overall percentage in Arts stream is 69.37%, Commerce stream is 74.39% and Science stream is 91.35%, NBSE informed.
16,835 candidates were enrolled for HSSLC examinations 2021 (Arts – 13024, Commerce – 1347 and Science – 2464) and appeared from 96 provisional examination centres. Out of 16,835 candidates, 8194 are boys and 8641 are girls.
Also, 5(five) institutions under Arts stream, 7(seven) institutions under Science stream and 3(three) institutions under Commerce stream secured 100% pass result, NBSE informed.
There are 3(three) toppers from Government Higher Secondary Schools in the Merit list at the HSSLC Examination 2021, the NBSE informed.
HSSLC – 2021: Arts Stream-
A total of 13,024 students appeared the HSSLC examination 2021 under ‘Arts Stream’, including 2148 repeaters. Out of this 9,035 students qualified, with a qualified percentage of 69.37%.
Imlisungla, Pongen, St.Paul Hr.Sec.School, Dimapur secured the first position in HSSLC-2021, Art stream with 96.80%
HSSLC – 2021: Commerce Stream-
1347 students appeared the HSSLC examination 2021 under ‘Commerce Stream’, including 193 repeaters. Out of this 1,002 students qualified, with a qualified percentage of 74.39%.
Pallavi Kumari Singh, Pranab Vidyapith Hr.Sec.School, Dimapur secured the first position in HSSLC – 2021, hinder Commerce Stream with 98.40%.
HSSLC – 2021: Science Stream-
While 2463 students appeared the HSSLC examination 2021 under ‘Science Stream’, including 374 repeaters. Out of this 2250 students qualified, with a qualified percentage of 91.35%.
Ohiduz Zaman, Little Star Hr.Sec.School, Dimapur secured first position with 96%.
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the HSLC and HSSLC Examinations 2021 were conducted taking all necessary measures and observing all SOPs issued by the Government. Some students were tested COVID positive and so a re-examination was conducted from June 22nd to 25th, 2021, for the students who could not appear in some or all the subjects. The board said that results could be declared along with the main results with the active cooperation of all the schools and teachers, NBSE informed.