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Manipur Board declares Class 12 results; girls outshine boys

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By Sobhapati Samom Updated: May 14, 2024 12:31 am
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Laishram Nandakumar Singh along with COHSEM officials during the declaration of Class 12 results in Imphal on Monday.

IMPHAL — The Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) declared the results of Class 12 examination 2024 on Monday, and girls outshone boys in both government and private schools.

A total of 31,128 students appeared in the Class 12 examination conducted by COHSEM conducted this year, wherein 30,391 passed the exam, which 97.63 per cent, compared to 88.68 per cent in 2023.

The overall pass percentage of the government schools is 95.49 per cent, while that of private schools is 98.18 per cent. Thoubal district topped the percentage with 99.58 per cent, followed by Bishnupur district with 99.19 per cent, while Ukhrul district records least pass percentage at 85.95 per cent.

In Science stream, Malemnganbi Laishram of Comet School, Imphal with 493 marks, while Yumnam Khenika Devi, also from same school, and Mayanglambam Sania Devi of PineWood View School secured the 2nd and 3rd positions with 491 and 488 marks respectively.

Thokchom Sheityajit of Enlighten Knowledge Higher Secondary School topped the Arts stream with 477 marks, while Khaidem Niranda Devi of Enlighten Knowledge Higher Secondary and Sapam Langlel of TG Higher Secondary School jointly secured the 2nd position with 474 marks each. Jenita Longjam of TG Higher Secondary School bagged the 3rd position with 472 marks.

In commerce, Aiena Naorem of Kakching Higher Secondary School topped with 447 marks, while Kethallina Maisnam of TG Higher Secondary School and Longjam Aman of SDJM Higher Secondary School secured 2nd and 3rd positions with 438 and 428 marks respectively.

Officially declaring the results at COHSEM office in Imphal, Director of Education (School) Laishram Nandakumar Singh appreciated the efforts of the teachers and officials for conducting the examination successfully.

“This year’s pass percentage is the highest in the history of COHSEM,” said Nandakumar.

The pass percentage in Arts stream was 94.35 per cent, Science stream 98.91 per cent and Commerce stream 93.51 per cent.”

Regarding the increase in the pass percentage, the COHSEM Chairman Ojit Singh said that one of the reasons could be change of question pattern.

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By Sobhapati Samom Updated: May 14, 2024 12:31:33 am
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