Secondary Education Board, Assam (SEBA) has today, June 07, 2022, announced the HSLC Class 10 board exam 2022 result. Although a press conference was held earlier today, students could only check their result at 10:00 am, on sebaonline.org and other websites. Raktopal Saikia has clinched the top rank by scoring a whopping 597 marks out of 600. The list of top 5 toppers was also disclosed during the press conference along with other statistics.
The Assam HSLC Board exams 2022 were held across the state from March 16 to 31, 2022. Result for Class 10 students has been announced through the online mode as the board decided on doing away with result booklets.
Assam SEBA HSLC 2022 Toppers List
According to official reports, Raktopal Saikia has achieved rank 1 while Bhuyashi Medhi has clinched the second rank with an impressive 596 marks out of 600. Closely following behind are thee individuals at rank 3 – Mridupawan kalita, Labeeb Muzib and Partha Pratim Das. All three students have scored 595 marks in the SEBA HSLC board exams 2022.
The fourth position has been occupied by two students , namely Sneha Saikia and Swapnaraj Kalita with a score of 594 out of 600 marks. Only one student by the name of Jubaer Hussain, has achieved the fifth spot with 593 marks in SEBA HSLC board exams 2022.
Given below is a table summarising the SEBA HSLC 2022 Toppers List –
|Rank Achieved||Name of Topper||Score (Out of 600)|
|3||Partha Pratim Das||595|
Assam SEBA HSLC Result 2022 Statistics
According to official reports, a total of 4,05,582 candidates had appeared for the SEBA HSLC board exams 2022. Out of which, approximately 2,29,113 candidates have cleared the exam amounting to a passing percentage of 56.49%.
Students who have passed the Assam HSLC board exams 2022 have been categorised into three divisions on the basis of their performance. Accordingly, 65,176 fall under 1st division, 99854 under 2nd division and 64,101 under 3rd division.
This year, male candidates have surpassed female candidates with a passing percentage of 58.80%. Girls fall behind with a figure of 54.49% – almost 4% difference between both categories.
Official statistics also imply that 14,305 students were absent while 209 were expelled. The SEBA HSLC 2022 result for 31 candidates has been withheld for unknown reasons.