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Manipur board declares 10th class exam results, 76% students pass

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Secondary Council (BOSEM) on Friday announced the results of the Class 10 final examinations in which 76 percent of the students were declared successful.

Laishram Rahul of Catholic School, Kanchipuram has topped by securing 586 marks in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination, officials said.

According to them, more than 39,000 students have appeared for HSLC 2022 at 192 centers in the state.

Examinations were held from April 7 to May 11, it added.

Not a single student from the public schools was able to make it into the top 25 despite a marked improvement in performance, officials said.

(Only the headline and image for this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is generated automatically from the syndicated feed.)

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