Ramanuj rocks yet again in HSSLC

Victor Liklai Sana 
SILCHAR, May 20: Ramanuj Gupta Junior College of Silchar has done excellent results once again snatching all total five places in the merit lists in Science, Commerce and Arts streams of HSSLC examinations conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC), the results of which was declared today.
Victor Liklai Sana of Ramanuj Gupta stood third in the Science stream scoring 472 and bagging letter marks in five subjects. He scored 96 in Physics, 95 in Mathematics, 91 in English, 99 in Chemistry and 91 in Alternative English.
Aparajeeta Paul and Sushmita Bhuiya of the same college stood seventh in the Science stream scoring 468 and bagging letter marks in five subjects. Aparajeeta scored 92 in Chemistry, 95 in Physics, 97 in Mathematics, 94 in English and 90 in Alternative English. Sushmita got 94 in Chemistry, 97 in Physics, 95 in Mathematics, 93 in English and 89 in Alternative English.
In Commerce stream too, Ramanuj Gupta Junior College outshined other colleges and Higher Secondary schools in Barak Valley as the college bagged third place in the merit list. Sampati Nath of the college stood third scoring 452 and bagged five letter marks in five subjects. Sampati got 94 in English, 86 each in Economics and Alternative English, 93 each in Account and Business Studies.
In Arts, Arundhati Nath stood tenth in the merit list scoring 455. She got 85 in English, 90 in Alternative English, 96 in Political Science, 88 in Economics and 96 in Logic.
However, the overall performance of educational institutions in Cachar district as a whole was not satisfactory as compared to other two districts of the valley namely Karimganj and Hailakandi. In Cachar, a total of 8,121 students appeared in the examinations in Arts stream of which only 4,142 passed out. Only 238 are in first divisions, 1,009 are in second division and remaining 2,895 are in third division. The pass percentage is 51. On the other hand, a total of 4,602 and 3,194 students appeared respectively in Karimganj and Hailakandi out of which 2,946 and 1,985 passed out. The percentage of pass in Arts stream is 64.02 per cent in Karimganj and 62.15 per cent in Hailakandi. A total of 258 students got first division, 809 second division, and 1,879 third division in Karimganj. In Hailakandi, 82 students got first division, 370 second division and 1,533 third division.
In Commerce stream, a total of 776 students appeared from Cachar district. Out of this 562 passed out. The pass percentage is 72.42. Total of 162 students stood in the first division, 185 in second division, and 215 in third division. In Hailakandi, out of 176 appeared in the examinations a total of 156 students passed out with a percentage of 88.64. 28 students scored first division, 63 second division and 65 third division. A total of 336 appeared in the examinations from Karimganj district. Out of which 289 passed out with pass percentage of 86.01. 44 got first division, 104 second division and 141 third division.
In Science stream, total number of students in Cachar was 992 of which 749 passed out with 377 in first division, 320 in second division, and 52 in third division. The percentage of pass is 75.50. In Hailakandi there were 224 students appeared in science and 192 passed (85.71 per cent). 64 got first division, 106 second division and 22 third division. In Karimganj total numbers of candidate were 330 out of which 264 passed out with 98 in Ist division, 145 in 2nd and 21 in 3rd division. The percentage of pass in Science stream in Karimganj is 80.
Like in previous years, private institutes maintained supremacy on the result sheets while the government colleges and schools failed to make any impact. In Women's College in Silchar, 222 students appeared in the examinations in Arts stream out of which 169 passed out with 17 in first division, 53 in second division and 99 in third division. The percentage of pass is 76. 12. In Commerce stream, a total of 23 students appeared in the examinations from the College out of which 19 passed out (82.60 per cent). In Narsing HS School in the town, out of 37 appeared in Science stream 30 students passed with a pass percentage of 81. In Arts stream, a total of 109 students appeared from the school and 61 passed out (56 per cent). Meanwhile, while talking to The Sentinel Victor, son of KN Gopal Sana Rajkumar, assistant executive engineer of Irrigation department in Hailakandi and Anindita Singha, said that he wants to be a doctor in the future. Sampati Nath said
she wished to become a Chartered Accountant.  (Source: SentinelAssam)