Assam HS result 2022: Decrease in the higher secondary test pass rate
The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council's (AHSEC) Class 12 examination, the results of which were announced on June 27, saw a decrease in the percentage of students passing compared to the previous year, when exams were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the Arts stream, the pass percentage dropped by more than 15% this year compared to 2021, while in the Commerce stream, it dropped by approximately 12%, and in the Science stream, it dropped by about 8%.
According to the AHSEC results, 83.48 percent of the 1,56,107 students who took the Class 12 exam in the Arts stream passed. Due to the higher secondary examination being held in no stream under the AHSEC, the pass percentage fell from 98.93 of 2021. With 482 points, Sagar Agarwal of Vivekananda Senior Secondary School in Cachar won the Commerce category.
33,534 students from the Science stream took the exam, and the pass rate was 92.19 percent, down from 99.06 percent the year before. With a score of 491 points, Dhritiraj Bastav Kalita of Deomornoi HS School in Darrang took the top spot on the merit list for the Science stream.
Congratulations go out to the successful students, and Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma exhorts those who didn't perform well to work harder the next time.
"Congratulations to all of the students who achieved success on the results of the HS examinations that were released today. I hope you all keep achieving academic success," he tweeted.
But those who didn't perform well shouldn't give up; instead, they should keep trying, Mr. Sarma continued. I have no doubt that you will achieve success as well.