Girls outshine boys in board exams, reveals NBSE class 10, 12 results

Girls outshine boys in board exams, reveals NBSE class 10, 12 results

In HSLC, 18,721 candidates were successful, a pass percentage of 64.69. It is the lowest in the last five years.

The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has declared class 10 and 12 board exam results which revealed that girls have outperformed boys in High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination for class 10, and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examination for class 12. The exams were scheduled to be conducted in March.

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According to Asano Sekhose, NBSE chairperson, HSLC had 28,938 candidates, and in the HSSLC, there were 17,121 students, while 1,392 candidates were enrolled for HSLC Compartmental examination.

In HSLC, 18,721 candidates were successful, a pass percentage of 64.69. It is the lowest in the last five years, she said.

Last year, 69.42 per cent of candidates were declared successful, she added. The girls performed better than the boys with 10,021 girls declared successful, as compared to 8,700 boys.

Among the top 20 candidates, 44 are girls and 18 are boys. Delphi Oinam of Don Bosco HSS Dimapur secured the top spot, scoring 595 marks (99.17 per cent). Rhea Khemani of Holy Cross School Dimapur with 593 marks (98.93 per cent) bagged the second spot, while Vitshunuo Alvina Dzüvichü of Don Bosco HSS Kohima with 589 marks (98.17 per cent) secured the third spot.

Sekhose said that 90 schools secured a 100 percent success rate. Of them, 78 are private schools and 12 are government. There were 34 schools that had zero success rate. Of them, 33 are government schools and one is private school.

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