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Mistakes minmized: Himanta

Hours after SEBA announced the results of the HSLC examination on Wednesday, education minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma claimed to have minimised anomalies and mistakes

Addressing a press conference in Dispur, Dr Sarma said that the SEBA has already sent marksheets to the candidates along with the certificates for the successful candidates.

He further said that fro 2016, the HSLC candidates would have 700 marks instead of the current 600 marks.

According to him, from now onwards the Class IX candidates will have a combined paper of Assam history and geography.    

 

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