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Manipur announces Class 12 results

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By Sobhapati Samom Updated: May 23, 2023 7:59 pm

IMPHAL — Manipur Education Minister, Th Basantakumar, along with officials of the Education department declared the results of class 12 examinations conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) on Tuesday.

The pass percentage in all the streams this year was 88.68% with the Tengnoupal district getting the highest number with 99.9 pass percentage followed by Noney with 98.74 per cent. Ukhrul district records minimum pass percentage with 67.03 percent. The pass percentage was 90.09 in 2022.

The overall pass percentage of the government higher secondary schools was 84.34 per cent, while the pass percentage of the non-government schools was 90.9 percent. Girl students outshone boys both in government and non-government higher secondary schools.

A total of 36,717 students appeared in the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur conducted class 12 examination. In the Science stream, Rea Thokchom of Heritage Convent in Imphal topped the examination with a total of 491 marks.

In Commerce, Rajbrinda Naorem of TG Higher Secondary School topped the exam with 445 marks and Pushpa Naorem of TG Higher Secondary School in Arts stream with a total of 475 marks.

Officially declaring the results at COHSEM office in Imphal this afternoon, the Education minister, Basantakumar Singh, appreciated the efforts of the teachers and officials for smoothly conducting the examination successfully.

When asked about the good performance of students who studied in government schools this time unlike the past, the minister said the credit of such achievement was because of the hard work of the teaching fraternity and government’s initiative-school fagathansi mission and hard work of the students. To encourage the unsuccessful students, the minister also appealed to them to work hard to succeed in the coming examinations.

Responding to another question, he said the government is also planning to extend the ongoing summer vacation of the schools for a few more weeks considering the state’s situation. Earlier the government declared summer vacation till May 31, 2023.

The commissioner of Education, H Gyan Prakash; director of School Education, L Nandakumar; COHSEM chairman along with other officials of the council were also present during the declaration of examination results.

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By Sobhapati Samom Updated: May 23, 2023 7:59:00 pm
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