Board of School Education Assam (SEBA) announced HSLC and AHM results today. The result was declared on the board’s official website, ‘sebaonline.org’. Over 3 lakh students sat for the 10th board exams in Assam this year and 65.49 percent of students have passed 10th exams. This year a total of 64.80% of students have passed. The pass percentage of boys is 66.93% while the pass percentage of girls is 62.91%. As compared to last year, the pass percentage has increased. In 2019, the overall pass percentage was 60.23. Nalbari district (78.73%) had the highest pass percentage while Dhubri with 44.20 was lowest. The state topper, Dhritiraj Bastav Kalita, scored 99.16 percent to claim the top spot. State education minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma, tweeted his congratulations to the state board topper. A total of 42 students have made it to the top 10 merit list. This year, the Assam HSLC Results 2020 will be provided in digital format only due to the coronavirus pandemic.“Due to the spread of COVID-19 pandemic, the results for this year will be provided only in the digital format online. Students can collect hard copies of their mark sheets and pass certificates from their schools, once they reopen,” SEBA said in a press statement.
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