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    Assam HSLC Results Declared: Darrang’s Dhritiraj Takes The First Position In State

    Total 2,21,756 passed the exam while 3,42,224 appeared for the exam

    The High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) 2020 results were declared on Saturday in Assam and Dhritiraj Bastav Kalita from Darrang succeeded in securing the top rank in the list.

    Dhritaraj appeared for the exam from Padum Pukhiri High School and stood first in the state with 595 numbers.

    Along with him Alangkrita Gautam Baruah from Dibrugarh’ Salk Brook Acedemy Secured the second position while Debisma Priya Borah of Narayanpur, Jyotisman Deva Sarma from Barbhag and Chaki G Bulton from Guwahat secured the third position in the state.

    Apart from this girls out-shined boys in the results with total 114137 of Girls passing out the exam against 107619 number of boys passing.

    The number of students the number of students being expelled from the exam were 177 for various reasons.

    Total number of students passing the exam were 221756 while 342224 appeared for the exam.


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