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HSLC, HSSLC exams 2023 results declared: 24 government schools in Nagaland draw a blank

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By EMN Updated: May 24, 2023 5:31 pm
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The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) declared the results of High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (HSSLC) examinations 2023 on Wednesday afternoon.

Out of the 24,361 students who appeared for the HSLC exam, 17,130 students passed, resulting in a pass percentage of 70.32%, which is highest since 2018. Moreover, 2,716 students in the HSLC exam scored 80% or above in their aggregate score, of which 61 candidates were from government schools.

In HSSLC, as many as 16,085 students appeared in the exam, out of which, the overall pass percentage in Arts stream is 82.62%, Commerce 85.83%, and Science 86.79%. This year’s pass percentage in Arts and Commerce streams is highest since 2018, while it reduced from 91.35% in 2022 to 88.24% in Science stream.

HSLC pass percentage for the last 5 years

20222021202020192018
64.69%69.42%70.03%68.29%66.01%
Source: NBSE.

HSSLC pass percentage for the last 5 years

 20222021202020192018
Arts80.64%69.37%71.87%74.44%73.42%
Commerce82.28%74.39%75.47%74.68%73.75%
Science88.24%91.35%80.99%81.37%84.39%
Source: NBSE.

HSLC, HSSLC toppers of 2023

Christy Paul Mathew of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School (HSS) in Dimapur topped the HSLC (Class 10) examination with 99 per cent marks.

In HSSLC Arts stream, Moanola Longchar of Town Higher Secondary School in Mokokchung topped with 97.20 per cent marks, while Zahid Ahmed Laskar of Christian Higher Secondary School in Dimapur topped the Commerce stream with 99.20 per cent marks and Awang P Yimpush of St. John Higher Secondary Residential School in Dimapur topped the Science stream with 97 per cent marks.

Once again, girls performed better than boys in both the HSLC and HSSLC exams. In the HSLC exam, 9,350 girls passed, accounting for 54.92%, while 7,780 boys cleared the exam, making up 45.08% of the total.

In the HSSLC exam too, girls outperformed boys with more than 86% pass percentage across all streams as compared to less than 83% pass percentage for boys. Moreover, there were 35 girls on the Top 10 list, while only 13 boys made the list.

HSSLC performance of boys and girls stream-wise in terms of pass percentage

 ArtsCommerceScience
Girls86.27 %90.34 %90.39 %
Boys78.44 %82.47 %82.51 %
Source: NBSE.

Among the participating schools, an impressive total of 140 schools, including 112 private and 28 government, achieved a 100% pass rate in the HSLC exam. This year, all the 24 schools with zero/nil results were government schools.

Regarding district-wise performance of government schools in HSLC, Kohima district leads with 73%, followed by Mokokchung (70%) and Phek (63%). In contrast, Shamator district finds itself at the bottom with just 6%.

Shifting the focus to private schools, it is worth highlighting that Noklak district took the top position with 97%, closely followed by Kohima with 94%.

HSLC performance: Government versus private schools

Government Schools qualified / pass percentage201820192020202120222023
40.77%43.32%47.40%44.86%36.62%49.13%
Private Schools qualified/pass percentage82.96%84.76%86.28%85.58%82.08%91.15%
Source: NBSE.

In the HSSLC exam, 15 institutions in the Arts stream, 5 institutions in the Science stream, and 4 institutions in the Commerce stream attained a 100% pass rate.

Interestingly, two students from Government Higher Secondary Schools have emerged as top performers in the Arts stream for the HSSLC Examination 2023. Specifically, a student from Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Tuli secured the 9th rank, while another student from Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Jalukie secured the 10th rank.

The NBSE also shared information about HSLC candidates with special needs who received concessions during the exams. A total of 26 candidates benefited from accommodations such as extra time, scribes, exemption from fees, and the use of laptops. Out of these, 17 candidates passed successfully, while 9 received “Needs Improvement” results.

Similarly, for HSSLC students under the Children with Special Needs (CWSN) category, a total of 13 candidates availed concessions and appeared for the examination. Out of these 13 candidates, 11 were successful and 2 did not qualify.

In a significant development, the NBSE announced the introduction of compartmental exams for HSSLC candidates starting this year. Candidates who failed in three or fewer subjects can sit for the compartmental exams, with two chances given to clear the papers. This initiative aims to reduce dropout rates and aligns with the vision of National Education Policy 2020.

Furthermore, improvement exams will be conducted for HSLC and HSSLC candidates who wish to enhance their scores in three or fewer subjects. These exams will be held alongside the compartmental exams from 2023, providing students with the opportunity to pursue their desired courses.

To address the needs of candidates who qualify for the HSLC exam but receive a “Needs Improvement” result in one subject, the NBSE will allow them to retake that subject in the immediate examination of 2023. This will enable them to fulfil specific recruitment criteria, apply for courses, and secure admission that requires passing all the subjects they have opted for.

Repeater candidates must appear for the HSLC/HSSLC exams based on the existing syllabus and course guidelines. They are requested to submit their application forms and examination fees online from August 1 to August 12, 2023, for the HSLC Examination 2024 and from August 8 to August 12, 2023, for the HSSLC Examination.

You can download the HSLC HSSLC exams 2023 results here.

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By EMN Updated: May 24, 2023 5:31:34 pm
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