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HSSLC: Laban Bengalee Boys, St Mary’s secure top honours

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MBoSE declares results of HSSLC Science, Commerce streams

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Commerce topper Ferry Filarisha Wann
(St. Mary’s HSS)

SHILLONG, May 8: Laban Bengalee Boys’ Higher Secondary School (LBBHSS) and St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School (SMHSS) bagged the top honours in the Science and Commerce streams of this year’s Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations, the results of which were declared by the Meghalaya Board of School Education (MBoSE) on Wednesday.
Sohan Bhattacharjee of LBBHSS secured the top position in the Science stream with a total of 483 marks and letters in English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Alternative English and Computer Science.
In the commerce stream, Ferry Filarisha Wann of SMHSS secured the first position with a total marks 472 marks and letters in English, Khasi, Economics, Accountancy, Mathematics and Business Studies.
Gordon Kupar Nongbri of St. Edmund’s HSS bagged the second position in the Science stream with 476 marks and letters in English, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Alternative English.
Ar Meker Marpna of St. Anthony’s HSS bagged the third position in the Science stream with 471 marks and letters in English, Khasi, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Aniket Pattanayak of LBBHSS and Amebaaihunsha Kharbhih of St. Anthony’s HSS shared the fourth position with total marks of 470.

Gordon Kupar Nongbri of St. Edmund’s HSS (Science 2nd position),
after the declaration of the HSSLC 2024 results on Wednesday.

The other students securing the top-ten positions in the Science stream include Rilaakor Lamare of St. Anthony’s HSS (5th); K Vasangpuii of St. Edmund’s HSS and Weibha Nongtdu Lakiang of North Liberty HSS, Jowai, (joint 6th); Joshaviah Onan Paswet of North Liberty HSS, Jowai (7th); Abhijit Deb of LBBHSS (8th); Freddy Lyngkhoi of Sacred Heart Boys’ HSS and Edward Pohlong Lamare of St. Edmund’s HSS (joint 9th) and Kevinstrong Lawriniang of Mairang Presbyterian Science College (10th).
Meanwhile, Raj Paul of St. Anthony’s HSS bagged the second position in the Commerce stream with total marks of 463 and letters in Informatics Practices (IP), English, Business Studies, Accountancy, Entrepreneurship and Economics.
Pongkoch Dutta of LBBHSS, Pinky Kumari of St. Anthony’s HSS and Aditya Prasad of Don Bosco College, Tura shared the third position in the Commerce stream with total marks of 458. The fourth position was shared by Nearlina Bani Nongbri of St. Anthony’s HSS and Ryan Surong Myrthong of St. Edmund’s HSS with total marks of 454.
Others on the merit list in the Commerce stream include Ishuah Kharsohtun of St Anthony’s HSS (5th); Sneha Paul of St. Edmund’s HSS (6th); Dicky Nongpluh of Shillong College Higher Secondary Education (7th): Imazul Haque Laskar of LBBHSS (8th); Alphi Clarissa Warjri of St. Mary’s HSS (9th) and Jagjot Singh of Alpha English HSS, Nongpoh (10th).
The pass percentage in the Science stream was 85.24 while in the Commerce stream it was 80.26%.
Altogether 3,766 students, including 2,043 females and 1,383 males, appeared in the exams as regular students, while 158 males and 182 females appeared as non-regular students in the Science stream. A total of 3,210 of them cleared the exams.
In the Commerce stream, 2,411 students, including 2,162 regular (1,157 males and 1,005 females) and 249 non-regular (137 males and 112 females) students appeared out of whom 1,935 cleared the exams.
Sohan Bhattacharjee, the Science topper, attributed his success to hard work, dedication and his teachers.
“I am in shock now as I never expected to top the list. The credit goes to my teachers. Whenever I had doubts even if it was late at night I would call them and they would always reply and help me out,” said Sohan who also has become the first student to have scored 100 marks in Physics in Class XII exams.
Talking about his immediate plans, he said, “I will go for BSC with major in Physics and hope to get admission in a good college.”
Aiming for the stars, Sohan is looking to conduct research on Astronomy in future.
Commerce topper Ferry Filarisha Wann attributed her success to a combination of hard work and the unwavering support of her teachers.
She said she will go for Bachelor’s in Commerce and also prepare for competitive exams at the same time.
She emphasised the importance of mental stability during exams, noting that it greatly impacts a student’s performance.

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