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Results suggest bright future in BTAD

The percentage of HSLC and HS successful candidates in BTAD districts seems to have suggested a brighter future.

In Kokrajhar district, over all pass percentage in Arts stream is 65 %, Science 82 % and commerce 49.6% percent respectively.

A total of 7,116 have appeared out of which 4,660 students came out successful in arts stream. In science stream 446 passed out of 542 appeared students and 125 out of 252 appeared students passed in Commerce streams.

The students of UN Academy in Kokrajhar passed cent percent in both the Arts and Science stream. Two students each in Arts and Science got star marks. One student got distinction in Arts. The total appeared students in both the stream were 179.

In Chirang district, pass percentage goes 44.96 percent in Arts while 73.42 % in Science stream. The Baksa district gets 74.32 percent in Arts while 72.62 % in Science stream. In Udalguri district, 62.62 % is passed in Arts while Science makes 68.25 percentages.


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