IMPHAL, May 14: Student of Khuman Maheikol of Mayang Imphal has secured overall first position in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination 2015, conducted by Board of Higher Secondary Education
IMPHAL, May 14: Student of Khuman Maheikol of Mayang Imphal has secured overall first position in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination 2015, conducted by Board of Higher Secondary Education Manipur, results of which were out today.
The results were declared at the official chamber of M Okendro Minister Education Government of Manipur, at the New Secretariat, before media persons.
The Minister congratulated the successful candidates in the exam.
Delivering a brief speech to the media he said that this year the total number of student enrolled for examination, both regular and external was 34831. Among them, 34460 appeared the HSLC examination. The total number of students who passed the exam is 21225, making the pass percentage 61.52%.
Pass percentage of male regular candidates stood at 68.02%, female regular candidates at 60.81%. Male external candidates 31.73% and female external candidates 30.73% respectively, the Minister said.
In all, 6680 students have secured first division, 12951 second division and 1494 third division respectively, he said.
Tamenglong District saw the highest pass percentage, standing at 82.37% with 1240 students of a total of 1505, clearing the exam. Thoubal District was second with 71.48%. Out of 6051 students 4325 cleared the exam.
Imphal West District scored 64.16%. Out of 6878 student 4413 passed. Imphal East district secured 56.39%. Out of 4941 students 2786 passed. Pass percentage in Bishnupur was at 61.03%. Out of 3156 students 1926 passed.
Ukhrul had 56.19% pass perecentage. Of 2326 students 1307 passed. Churachandpur had 60.41%. Of 3314 students 2002 passed. Senapati had 50.44%. Of 4730 students 2386 passed. Chandel had 53.88%. Of 1559 students 840 passed.
Total percentage of successful student is 61.52% which is little less than last year`™s 68% said the Minister.
Later he said that this year the success rate of government schools has improved. Out of 7412 students enrolled 7243 appeared for the exam. Of them 468 students secured first division, 1948 second division and 410 third division respectively.
He said Jiribam students is improving slowly in performance and further appealed to the people and guardians to put their trust in Government higher secondary school which now total 52 from 39 schools. In the greater Imphal area eight government higher secondary school will target to intake 4670 student through joint admission system with written test examination, unlike last year where admission was on marks basis.
He further said that the aim is to have the eight schools provide good education to talented students of our State. He said on May 27 there will be a joint admission test for students and forms for the admission test will be issue from CoSEM office.
The State government has allotted Rs. 20 lakh each for introducing proper infrastructure in the eight schools. Government has also decided to post best experience and talented teachers in these schools, he said.
The eight schools are Ramlal Paul Higher Secondary school, CC Higher Secondary School, Ananda Singh Higher Secondary Academy, Johnston Higher Secondary School, TG Higher Secondary School, Ibotonsana Higher Secondary School, Lamlong Higher School and Model Higher Secondary School respectively.
The eight government higher secondary schools will provide facility for special career tutorial classes for students to contest in national level competitive examinations, he said. This is especially for needy but talented students who want to take coaching for engineering and medical studies. These tutorials will be free of cost in these schools around Rs. 50 lakhs have been sanctioned by the State government for the purpose, he said.
Okendro further said that parent should examine carefully the schools they admit their children especially in the wake of the 2500 students who lost a year because of fake affiliation of their schools to CBSE.
The Government is monitoring CBSE schools closely so they follow central norms and criteria faithfully. The Dos and Don will apply to every school. Teachers will be given special refresher courses and good teachers in their duty will be given incentive rewards just as students will be for excellence in studies, said Okendro.
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