The Board of Secondary Education, Assam has finally disclosed the class 10 board exam result 2020. This year, more than 3.5 lakh candidates had applied and appeared for the exam. A total of 221756 students have passed the HSLC examination. This year, the pass percentage of 10th class students in Assam has increased compared to the previous year. The pass percentage of the state board of 10th class students this year is 64.80 percent. Last year, the pass percentage was 60.23 percent.
Usually, girls outdo boys in the performance of the board exams. But, this year, the boys across Assam state have performed well compared to girls. As per the latest report, about 62.91 percent of girl students have cleared the exam. On the other hand, 69.93 boys have passed the HSLC examination. The previous year’s record has repeated this year as well. After the declaration of the result, the officials have announced the toppers of 10th board exams in the state.
Dhritiraj Bastav Kalita secured top position in the board exams with 595 marks. She belongs to the district of Darrang in Assam. She surpassed the last year’s topper, Meghshree Bora, with a single mark. Last year, Meghshree secured 594 marks in the HSLC board exams. This year, Alangkrita Gautam Baruah gained 2nd rank in the 10th class exams. The students who secured subsequent ranks in the final exams include Debisma Pariya Borah, Jyotisman Deva Sarma, and Chaki G Bulton.
Nalabari is the topmost district in the state noting the highest pass percentage of students who cleared the exam i.e., 78.73 percent of students. Meanwhile, the officials of the board have planned to declare 12th class results by 25th June 2020. More than 2.5 lakh students have taken part in the 12th exams this year. Once the result declaration is done, the aspirants can access the results on the official websites i.e., at ahsec.nic.in and hsinfo.in.
The class 10 students who didn’t acquire access to their results can check on multiple portals. Some of the result portals include assamresult.in, resultsassam.nic.in, sebaonline.org and assamonline.in. The students need to take a hardcopy of the result card after accessing the same online. The result card copy is essential for the candidate to get a provisional marks sheet from the concerned authorities.