In HSLC examination Mizoram boys outperformed girls

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Aizawl: Like last year, boys outperformed girls in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination, the results of which were announced by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) on Thursday.

According to the results of the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination, boys scored 71.99 percent, while girls scored 70.40 percent. Last year, the pass percentage of boys was 71.88 and that of girls was 69.54.
The class 10 board exam was held in February this year. 18,102 students appeared for the exam and 71.14% passed the exam successfully. 17 students including 14 girls are in the top ten list.
Cynthia Lalhlupuii, a girl candidate from St. Paul’s Higher Secondary School, Aizawl topped the merit list by securing 485 marks out of 500 total marks.

Out of a total of 18,102 candidates who appeared for the examination, 5,162 students, including 2,822 girls, failed to clear the board examination.
1,302 students passed with distinction, while 3,488 students secured first division, 4,731 students secured second division and 3,357 students secured third division respectively.

62 students got a chance to appear for a compartmental examination in a single subject, while 14 schools registered zero pass percentage.
With a record of 92.18 pass percentage, deficit schools (which receive regular grants from the government) outperformed other schools in the Class 10 examination.

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