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Aizawl: Boys outshined girls in the HSLC or Class-10 board examination by securing 71.88 pass percentage against 69.54 percentage by girls. 

The result of the board examination conducted by the Mizoram Board of School Education (MBSE) in March was declared on Tuesday. 

A total of 18,357 candidates registered for the class 10 board exams, out of which only 17,417 students, including 9,191 girls appeared for the exams and 70.64 per cent of them (5,913 boys and 6,391 girls) have successfully passed the examination.

Last year, Mizoram registered 82.43 pass percentage in the HSCL examination, the highest ever in the state since the first board examination was conducted in 1978.

Out of the 17,417 students who appeared in the HSCL exams this year, 4,928 candidates, including 2,704 girls failed while 185 students got compartmental.

1,434 students (8.25%) secured distinction while 3,716 (21.33%) passed with first division, 4,309 (24.74%) with second division and 2,842 (16.31%) candidates passed with third division.

Dinsawmkimi of St. Joseph Higher Secondary School and Lalramdina Ralte of St. Paul’s Higher Secondary School topped the merit list as both secured 484 marks (96.8%) out of 500.

With a record of 88.39 pass percentage, deficit schools (which receive regular grants from the government) outperformed other schools in the HSCL exams.

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