Final madrassa examination sees 10% dip in passout fee | Guwahati Information

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GUWAHATI: The Assam Excessive Madrassa (AHM) examination outcomes have been declared for the final time on Tuesday because the Board of Secondary Schooling, Assam (Seba) discontinued the system after the state authorities transformed all such establishments into common colleges.
Seba began conducting the Class X state board examination from the 1964-65 session and later integrated the Excessive Madrassa examination as an integral half.
“For the final time, we organised the Excessive Madrassa examination this 12 months. Within the present 2022-23 tutorial session, there are not any madrassas affiliated to our board,” Seba controller of examinations, NJ Sarmah, informed TOI.
The final AHM examination ended on a disappointing word because the go share dropped considerably from final 12 months’s 93.18% to 54.73% on the traces of the Excessive College Leaving Certificates (HSLC) examination. Even when the inflated go share of final 12 months just isn’t considered, it was a drop by round 10% from the 63.67 go p.c recorded in 2020.
This 12 months, boys carried out higher than ladies with a go share of 57.67. The success fee of women is 52.99%. Mufassir Al Hasan from Al-Kauser Mannequin Academy in Sonitpur district topped with 92.66%.
The BJP-led authorities’s determination to abolish state-funded madrassas drew flak from a few of the opposition events that slammed it for alleged “political bias”. Nevertheless, the federal government stated such state-funded establishments cannot impart spiritual directions. The Gauhati Excessive Court docket in February upheld the federal government’s laws changing government-run madrasas into common colleges.

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