With 99.57%, Commerce students have the best results, although Science and Arts students are not far behind. When the pass rate in science was .0.06, the corresponding figure for art was .9..9%.
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Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) figures show that this year’s Class XII results have been the best so far. Compared to the previous year’s results, a maximum of 20% growth was registered in the industry. Last year, the pass rate in fine arts was 78.28. In science and commerce, the pass rate in each stream was close to 11. The pass rate in the professional stream this year was 97.41, an improvement of about 6% from 91.55 last year. A total of 1,081 students were enrolled from the vocational section and 618 got first class, followed by 381 in second class and 54 in third class.
Since 2001, the Class XII results in Assam have improved but the graph has grown in a way that has never happened before this year. But there was no provision for declaring rank holders as prescribed by the Department of Education and AHSEC. The results have been announced according to the performance information received from the school and the record of the 10th class board examination.
In the list of district-based performances, Majuli has the best results in fine arts with arts..91%. Hill District Dima Hasao is also an expert in science with a percentage result. 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. From the commerce department, 1,678 students were placed in the third department.
Among the regular candidates, the performance of boys and girls has been equal in three streams. The pass rates for boys and girls (regular candidates) in fine arts were 99.10% and 99.08% respectively. In trade, on the other hand, 99.86% girls have passed as compared to 99.80% boys. In science it was 99.84% and 99.88% for boys and girls respectively. The pass rate for girls in vocational stream was .5.58 and for boys was 97.5.
Concerned about the seat crisis due to the high number of passes this year, state education minister Ranoj Pegu said Assam’s government and provincialized colleges have about 1.7 lakh seats. “There are many private and venture colleges where students are enrolled in various professional courses. A section of students are enrolled in medical, engineering and polytechnic courses. We are discussing where the seats can be increased,” Pegu assured that all successful students will be eligible for higher education. . He, however, admitted that the government has not yet been able to determine the total number of seats in private and venture colleges.