Our Correspondent Imphal, May 8 (EMN): A student from Manipur bagged the third position (Arts stream) in the Council for Indian Schools Certificate Examinations conducted Class XII or ISC (Indian School Certificate) exams 2019, sources said on Wednesday.
The student identified as Ningombam Tampha Chanu secured 99.50 % as she got 398 marks out of 400 and best four subjects (100 in Economics, History, and Psychology and 98 in English).
Ningombam Tampha,a student of Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer in Rajasthan, is the daughter of N Meiraba of Singjamei Chongthem Leikai in Imphal.
She shared the 3rd position in all India ranking with 35 others while the second position of the exam was jointly shared by 16 students.
The first position holders titles was jointly shared two students namely Dewang Kumar Agarwal of La Martiniere for Boys, Kolkata and Vibha Swaminathan of Mallya Aditi International school, Bengaluru of Humanities, both scored 100% marks. Girls performed marginally better than boys ISC board examinations. The report of Tampha Chanu’s success in the ISC was appeared in the Jaipur based National newspaper.
The result of the ISC exams results 2019 was declared on Tuesday. The pass percentage of candidates who appeared in the exam was 96.52%. It is up by .031% according to Gerry Arathoon, chief executive and secretary of the council for the Indian school certificate examination, report added.
Girls achieved a pass percentage of 97.84%, boys have achieved a pass percentage of 95.40%. Out of the 86, 713 candidates who had appeared in the exam 39,964 are girls while 46,749 were boys, according to reports The ISC exams was held from February 4 to March 25,2019.