Sayan Mazumdar of Darrang College in Sonitpur and Bitupan Arandhara of Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon bagged the pinnacle spot in the Science flow of the Assam Higher Secondary Examinations, 2019 effects of which had been declared on Saturday.
Both the toppers secured 478 marks out of a complete of 500.
In the Arts move, Khshboo Firdous of Brilliant Academy Junior College in Darrang district of Assam bagged the first role with overall marks of 478.
While within the Commerce phase, Ashim Sarkar of Vivekananda Junior College of Cachar district in Barak Valley crowned the listing of hit applicants securing total marks of 474.
According to a cent, Eastern Assam’s Sivasagar district crowned the district-wise overall performance inside the Science flow with a bypass percent of 93.42. In the Arts circulation, Dhemaji emerged because the maximum a success district with a bypass percentage of 89.52 percent, and in Commerce, Nalbari topped the benefit listing in Commerce circulation with a pass percentage of 97.79 in keeping with cent.
The different role holders in the Science stream are:
The 2nd role is bagged via Daisy Pathak of Silchar Government Boys HS School of Cachar district and Dishant Saikia of Tezpur Bengali Boys HS School in Sonitpur, securing totaling 477 marks.
The 0.33 role went to Heidi Priyam Sarma of Ramanujan Junior College of Nagaon, securing overall marks of 476.
The fourth role is shared with Diptadeep Bhattacharjee of Salt Brook Academy in Dibrugarh and Hirak Jyoti Hazarika of Matrix Junior College in Nagaon, totaling 475 marks.
The fifth position is shared by way of three candidates. They are Partha Pratim Saharia of Deomornoi HS School in Darrang, Ayan Koushik Mahanta, and Bishal Boruah of Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon. All three totaled 473 aggregate.
The sixth position is shared by Abhilash Thakuria of Annundo Ram Barooah Academy of Barpeta, Namrata Nath of Bongaigaon Refinery HS School in Chirang and Tannayoee Hazarika of Salt Brook Academy in Dibrugarh, Imadul Hussain of Pragjyotika Junior College in Jorhat, Saptadweep Saha of Sai Vikash Junior College in Kamrup (M) and Subhra Jyoti Paul of Darrang College in Sonitpur. They secured overall marks of 472.
The 7th function is bagged with the aid of Risshiman Sharma of Pragya Academy Junior College in Jorhat, securing a total of 471 marks.
The eighth position is shared by using Sukanya Phukan of Pragya Academy Junior College in Jorhat, Jibanjyoti Kalita of Sai Vikash Junior College in Kamrup (M) and Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon totaling 470 marks.
The ninth role is bagged via Abijnan Barhoi of Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon, securing 469 marks.
The 10th position is shared by way of Nikhita Pathak of Bongaigaon HS School in Bongaigaon, Titikhya Nath of Salt Brook Academy in Dibrugarh, Puspa Gupta of Concept Junior College of Nagaon, Kaustuv Kishor Kalita of Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon, and Madhumita Barman of Chasmata H S School in Nalbari.
In the Art circulate, the alternative role holders are:
The second position is bagged through Kaushik Kachari of Pragjyotish Junior College in Jorhat and Gitanjali Borthakur of Concept Junior College in Nagaon. They totaled 475 marks.
The third role went to Kanyashree Bhagavaty of Crescent Academy in Jorhat, who secured 474 combinations, while the fourth function went to Jupitara Sarma of Ranjit Sarma Academy in Darrang, who secured a complete of 472.
The 5th position is shared with the aid of Jaganmohan Kalita of Krishnaguru Mahavidyalaya Junior of Barpeta and Shruti Sonowal of R D Junior College in Tinsukia. Both of them secured 470 marks.
Satabdee Saikia bags the sixth role simultaneously as the 7th function is bagged by using Shameen Sultana, each from Crescent Academy in Jorhat. They secured 469 and 468 marks, respectively.
The eighth position is bagged employing Srutismrita Basishtha of Ranjit Sarma Academy Junior College in Darrang. She secured 467 combinations.
The 9th position is shared by using Dipankar Das of Brilliant Academy Junior College in Darrang, Manik Ray of Bidyapara Boys H S School in Dhubri, Monisha Bora of Furkating College in Golaghat, Anshuman Gogoi of Pragjyotika Junior College in Jorhat, and Manashi Das of Bezerra Anchalik College in Kamrup (R). All of them secured 466 total marks.
The tenth function is shared via Kripamay Das of Krishnagiri Mahavidyalaya Junior in Barpeta, Gunjan Das of Assam Jatiya Bidyalay in Kamrup (Metro), Sibani Nath of Genius Academy Junior College in Lakhimpur, securing general of 464 marks.
In the Commerce move, the opposite function holders are:
The second function is bagged by Nibedita Gogoi of Crescent Academy in Jorhat and Ayushi Jain of KC Das Commerce College in Kamrup (Metro), securing 468 marks.
The 0.33 position is bagged through Neha Agarwalla of Gauhati Commerce College in Kamrup (M), securing 465 marks, even as the fourth position is bagged through Arunabh Nath additionally of Gauhati Commerce College in Kamrup (M), securing a total of 461 marks.
The 5th function is bagged through Rahul Roy of Gauhati Commerce College, securing an overall of 460 marks.
The 6th role is shared through Tanisha Alampuria of Geetanjali Junior College in Nagaon and Ankur Baruah of R D Junior College in Tinsukia, securing 459.
The 7th position is shared via Hansika Chawla of KC Das Commerce College in Kamrup (M), Harsh Golchha of Karimganj Junior College of Science in Hailakandi, and Pratibha Baishya of Nalbari Commerce College. They aggregated 458 marks.
The eighth function is shared by Disha Jain of KC Das Commerce College and Priyanshu Agarwalla of Margherita College in Tinsukia. Both of them secured 457 total marks.
The 9th function is bagged through Brinda Roy of Vivekananda Junior College in Cachar and Mithilesh PD Sharma of R D Junior College in Tinsukia, securing a mixture of 455 marks.
The 10th role is shared through Muskaan Pachisia, Jagruti Sethia, and Ishika Agarwal, all from KC Commerce College. The trio secured an aggregate of 454 marks.
The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) declared its higher secondary exam, 2019 outcomes formally on its internet site at nine am.
Earlier on Friday, the controller of examinations, Pankaj Borthakur, said that outcomes would be made available to all college and faculty members via e-mail undoubtedly at 9 am.
For the first time this year, the board uses email to dispatch and make available the results to all the colleges collectively.
A general of two, forty-two,843 candidates have seemed the Higher Secondary Final Examinations this year, including 1,86,187 belonging to Arts circulate, 37,455 belonging to Science stream, and 18,291 of Commerce move.