With 99.57 percent, commerce students have the best results, although science and fine arts students are not far behind.
When the pass rate in science was .0.06, the corresponding number of arts was .9..9 percent.
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Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) figures show that this year’s Class XII results have been the best without any comparison. However, the names of the rank holders have not been announced this time.
Compared to the previous year’s results, a maximum 20 percent rise in the industry was registered. Last year, the pass rate in fine arts was 78.28 percent.
In science and commerce, the pass rate in each stream has increased by about 11 percent.
The pass rate in the vocational stream this year was 97.41, an improvement of about six per cent from 91.55 last year. A total of 1,081 people registered from the vocational stream and 618 stood in the first category, followed by 381 in the second category and 54 in the third category.
Since 2018, Class XII results in Assam have steadily improved but the graph has grown in a way that has never happened before this year.
In the district-based performance tally, the island district has the best results in fine arts with Majuli arts..91 percent. The hill district Dima Hasao also tops the science in percentage results. In the commercial field, 13 out of 33 districts have given impressive results with a success rate of 13 percent.
In fine arts, a maximum of 1.91 lakh students were registered to attend and 58,244 got first class, followed by 89,520 in second class. A total of 42,029 students have passed the third section in fine arts.
In science, out of 40 registered candidates, 2,9117 passed the first division, 6099 passed the second division and 522 passed the third division.
A total of 18,443 students were registered from the trade. Of these, 11,189 got marks in the first division, while 5,497 got marks in the second division. 1,6 students were placed in the third category in the commerce department.
The performance of boys and girls among the regular candidates has been equal in three streams despite marginal differences. The pass rates for boys and girls (regular candidates) in fine arts were 99.10 and 99.08 per cent respectively.
In trade, on the other hand, 99.86 per cent girls have passed, as against 99.80 per cent boys.
Science was 99.84 and 99.88 percent for boys and girls, respectively.
In the vocational field, the pass rate for girls was .5.58 and for boys it was 97.5%.
The Assam government has canceled Class X and XII state board exams for this year after it decided to reduce sens with various stakeholders due to the second wave of Kovid-1 of in June. The government has urged the concerned education boards to announce the results by July 1, according to the record-based assessment proposed by the two higher education committees.