by NEWSNER , 2021-07-30 11:47:02
The Assam class 10 state board exam results, which were released on Friday morning, showed a massive 30% increase.
Due to the epidemic, the physical tests could not be held this year. Candidates who are dissatisfied with their results will be given a special test by the Board of Secondary Education Assam (Seba).
The overall pass percentage for the High School Leaving Certificate exam this year was 93.10, the highest ever in Seba's history. When compared to the results from this year, the numbers from last year showed a four percent improvement. In 2020, 64.80 percent of students passed, compared to 60.23 percent the previous year.
The highest number of pupils (26,100) received letter grades (80% or more) in English, followed by 25,360 in Social Science and 22,391 in Mathematics.
According to the grading formula used this year, 10,348 applicants received distinction marks (510 and higher out of a possible 600), while 20,092 received star scores (450 and above).
This time, there was no announcement of rank holders' names. In a statement, Seba stated that 88,521 students received first division, while 1.6 lakh received second division. A total of 1.48 lakh pupils received a third-place finish. This year's exam attracted a record number of students (4.26 lakh).
On Friday morning, the results of the Assam High Madrassa (AHM) test for the year 2021 were also announced. The pass percentage for the AHM exam has also increased dramatically, with a near 30% increase. The pass rate for the AHM exam has increased to 93.18 percent, up from 63.67 percent the previous year.