Manipur BSEM HSLC 10th Result: The Board of Secondary Education Manipur (BOSEM) on Monday declared the result of class 10 examination, 2020 registering 65.34 pass percentage which is 9 percent less than last year. Reshmi Nangdeibam of Pitambara English School secured the top spot with 579 marks. She is a daughter of BSF head constable Rishinanda Nandeibam (father) and Sanahanbi (mother) of Khongman zone 5 Imphal East district. Since her childhood days she has always been fascinated by the medical sciences and aspires to become a doctor.
Manipur Education Minister, Th. Radheshyam officially declared the result declaration at BOSEM office in state capital Imphal. While the pass percentage is lower this year, the overall performances of the students have improved considerably, the minister said. “According to an assessment conducted by the stakeholders concerned on the performance of the students we have found out that the overall performances have improved in terms of quality”, he said. A total of 74.69 percent of students cleared the HSLC exam successfully last year.
He pointed out that the main reason behind the decrease in the percentage was because of the strict conduct of the examinations in order to avoid students from using unfair means. As per an official record 102 students were expelled for using unfair means and impersonation while five were withheld. The minister also stated that the number of those expelled is the highest of all the exams conducted in the state.
He also lauded the initiative of all the stakeholders including student bodies for the smooth and successful conduct of the examination.
The examination was commenced on February 17 and concluded on March 5. As many as 38,664 candidates appeared in class 10 exam this year which includes 19,824 girls and 19,040 boys in 140 centers across the state.
Last year, the result was announced on May 18. The delay in the declaration of the exams was due to the Covid-19 induced lockdown. The checking of answer sheets and evaluation had started towards the end of April.
In Photos | Manipur Board BSEM HSLC 10th Result 2020
The minister also highlighted the several challenges the state faced this year, owing to the introduction of new initiatives like submission of online form filling and admit card generations. All the answer keys were also uploaded online for everyone to check, he said.
The minister mentioned that the biggest challenge was during the evaluation process as the concerend officials faced multiple issues during free movement during the nationwide lockdown.
Students can check their results at the official website of the state board – bosem.in, and manresults.nic.in. A student needs to secure at least 33 marks in every subject to clear the exams.
Meanwhile, the board has decided to conduct the remaining class 12 papers in July. The board had to postpone the two papers scheduled on March 20 and 23 due to coronavirus lockdown, the exams will now be conducted on July 6 and 7, 2020.
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