Northeast schools shine in ISC examination

GUWAHATI: Schools of the northeast shined in the CISCE (Council for Indian School Certificate Examination), the results of which were declared on Saturday.

The schools affiliated to the CISCE recorded a pass percentage of 100 in the examination which is equivalent to the Class XII board examination.

Among the schools of the NE region, the Assam Valley School in Sonitpur district achieved cent per cent results.

Joyeeta Dutta of Assam Valley School showed a phenomenal performance by achieving overall pass percentage of 99.5 in the humanities stream. Parth More topped in the commerce stream with 98.25 per cent marks among the students of Assam Valley School. Arpit Agarwal came first in the science stream from the school with 96.75 per cent marks.

"We are very happy over the excellent performance of our students. A total of 93 students appeared in this year's CISCE examination from Assam Valley School and all of them have passed the exam," said Monjit Bora, a spokesperson of the school.

This year, he said, 46 students from the school have got 90 per cent or more aggregate marks.

Another school affiliated to CISCE, Sanskriti The Gurukul, too, has produced cent per cent results, which the school authorities said once again proved the quality of education in the school.

However, it took several hours for them to get the official results of the school, which kept the students and teachers of the school anxious till late in the evening.

Though the results were declared at 3 pm in the afternoon, most schools in the NE region were able to access the results in the CISCE website at 6 pm.