Aizawl: Boys have surpassed young ladies in the resulting High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) or class – 10 load up assessment by getting 71.88 pass rate against 69.54 percent by young ladies.
The consequence of the board assessment directed by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) in March was announced on Tuesday.
Of the absolute 18,357 up-and-comers on a roll, 17,417 understudies, incorporating 9,191 young ladies showed up in the board test and 70.64 percent of them (5,913 young men and 6,391 young ladies) have effectively cleared the assessment.
Last year Mizoram enrolled a 82.43 pass rate in the class-10 assessment, which was the most noteworthy at any point accomplished in the state starting from the main board assessment was directed in 1978.
4,928 applicants, including 2,704 young ladies were announced fizzled while 185 understudies got the compartmental opportunity.
17 understudies, including 10 young ladies, figured in the best ten rundown this year.
1,434 understudies (8.25%) passed in differentiation, 3,716 (21.33%) in first division, 4,309 (24.74%) in second division and 2,842 (16.31%) up-and-comers passed in third division.