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May 28, 2011

Private colleges outshine government colleges

SILCHAR, May 27: The enormously funded government colleges of Barak Valley have failed to make any significant mark in respect of the recently declared results of Higher Secondary examinations conducted by Higher Secondary Council of Assam.In comparison, private colleges despite all their constraints, financial and infrastructure, outshined with their remarkable results. One of them is Vivekananda Junior College located on the southern fringe of the town. Vikash Choraria obtained 10th position in commerce stream with 424marks. Choraria expressed his keen desire to pursue the course of chartered accountant. He was highly appreciative of the college management and the dedicated team of teachers. BK Dev, director of the College, was extremely happy with the results of both the streams of higher secondary and described it as the coordinated efforts of the management and teachers as well as the grit and determination of studentsfor better results. He said in the commerce stream, 30 star marks and 179 letter marks were secured by the students. 81 of them came out in first division, 11 in second division and two in 3rd division. It was hundred per cent success.
In the arts stream, the director revealed 13 letter marks were obtained and the percentage of pass is 100. While nine students got 1st division, eight second division and three were placed in 3rd division. The College since its inception in 2003 has been striving hard to impart better education for better results and the director was confident of it. It is to be recollected that the private colleges Ramanuj Gupta Junior College and Holy Cross secured 6th and 9th positions in science stream. KarimganjCollege, is the only government college, which also secured 9th position in science. (SentinelAssam)

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