HPBoSE Class 12 results: Girls shine in arts, commerce; boys in science
Girls put up a stellar performance in the arts and commerce stream while boys dominated the science stream merit list in results of the Class 12 examination conducted by Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE) that were declared on Tuesday.education Updated: Apr 25, 2017 15:52 IST
Girls put up a stellar performance in the arts and commerce stream while boys dominated the science stream merit list in results of the Class 12 examination conducted by Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBoSE) declared on Tuesday.
The overall pass percentage was 72.89% and results made available on HPBOSE’s website www.hpbose.org.
HPBoSE secretary Vishal Sharma said 1,02,075 students appeared in the examinations of which 73,948 passed, while 15,886 candidates got a compartment.
Results in record time
“The pass percentage has declined by 5.73% as compared to last year’s 78.62%,” said Sharma, adding that HPBoSE is the first board in the country to declare Class 12 result — that too in a record time of just 25 days.
Sharma further said candidates who want re-evaluation or re-checking of their answer sheets can apply by depositing a fee of Rs 400 and Rs 300 respectively till May 9.
Examinations were conducted between March 3 and 29 in 1,846 centres across the state.
Marred by controversies
This year, HPBoSE Class 12 exams were marred by a controversies. Board was forced to reschedule the exams of Physics and Computer Science after the question papers were stolen from a center in Kinnaur district.
Ritik Kandoria of CRC Government School Rehan in Kangra district, topped the science stream by scoring 98.4%, followed by Nikhil Kumar of Gurukul Public School Hamirpur (97.8%).
Peeyush Thakur of Little Angel Public School, Mehre, Hamripur; Amol Sharma from King George Public School, Ner Chowk, Mandi, and Ashish Bains of Kid Buds Public School, Bijhari, Hamirpur, jointly bagged the third position by scoring 97.4%.
Nikhil Thakur of SD Public School, Hamirpur, Rishabh Mankotia of Governemnt School, Jawali, Kangra, and Geetanjali of DAV School, Una, were tied at the fourth spot with 97.2% marks.
Vivek Joshi of Mount Everest Public School, Kuthar Kalan, Meenakshi Thakur of Gurukul Public School, Pakka Paroh, Una, Aditri Sinha of Aim Public School, Hamirpur, Rajni Sharma of CRC Govt School Rehan and Abhishk Sharma of Govt School Gharana in Kangra district were joint fifth, with each scoring 96.80% marks.
In the arts stream, Neha of government school, Drang, grabbed the top spot with 95.20% marks, followed by Bushra of government school, Nahan, on second position with 95% marks.
Dikshita Sharma of government school, Galanghat, Hamirpur, and Sapna from government school, Theog, Shimla, were tied at the third position with 94.2%.
Shilpa (93.6%) of government school, Jukhala, Bilaspur, bagged the fourth position while Shailza Thakur of Bhadurpur Public School, Namhol, Bilaspur, and Swati Bhadwal of government school, Jawali, were tied at the fifth position with 93.40% marks.
Falguni Aggarwal of Career Academy School, Nahan, topped the commerce stream with 96.8% followed by Priya Saini of DAV School, Una, at the second position with 95.8% marks.
Naman of Adarsh Vidya Niketan Public School, Nahan, and Nandini Bansal of Career Academy School, Nahan, were tied at the third spot with 94.8%.
Bharti Thakur of government school, Bhareri, Hamirpur, grabbed the fourth spot with 94.6%. Anjali Devi of Mount Everest School, Kuthar Kalan, Una; Naneela Chaunah of Career Academy School, Nahan, and Rohi Vikram of government school, Chamba, were tied at the fifth position with 94.4%.
First Published: Apr 25, 2017 13:41 IST