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Assam HSLC 10th Result 2022: Raktotpal Saikia tops; other details here

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The Class 10 (High School Leaving Certificate) results of the Board of Secondary Education Assam (SEBA) have been declared on Tuesday (June 7).

The Assam HSLC Class 10 2022 results are currently available on official websites which include,, You can also use, results.shikha,,,, websites to check HSLC Class 10 results.

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Raktotpal Saikia of St. Mary’s High School, North Lakhimpur is the state topper. He scored 99.5% aggregate marks. Bhuyashi Medhi of Little Flowers School, Nalbari came second with 99.33%. Mridupawan Kalita of Don Bosco High School, Kheroni (West Karbi Anglong), Labeeb Muzib of Don Bosco HS School, Boiragimath (Dibrugarh) and Partha Pratim Das from Lohit Dikrong HS School, Bihpuria (Lakhimpur) jointly shared the third rank by scoring 99.16%, a Times of India report said.

Assam’s overall pass percentage in HSLC examination 2022 has been 56.49%, a decline for the first time in the last five years. Overall, 4.05 lakh students appeared in the HSLC examination, of whom 65,176 passed with first division, while 99,854 and 64,101 cleared with second and third division respectively, the report added.

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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma congratulated the students who cleared the HSLC and AHM (Assam High Madrassa) exams. He also advised those who did not fare as per their expectations to not lose heart and keep working hard.

“Heartiest congratulations to all those who came out with flying colours in HSLC & AHM exams. These sharp young minds are definitely an asset to our State. Those whose results weren’t as per expectations mustn’t lose heart but keep working hard. There’s still a long way to go,” Sarma tweeted.

The pass percentage in the AHM examination too dropped significantly from last year’s 93.18% to 54.73%. Boys performed better than the girls in the AHM examination as well with a pass percentage of 57.67%. The success rate of girls has been 52.99%. Mufassir Al Hasan from Al-Kauser Model Academy of Sonitpur district topped in the AHM examination with 92.66% marks, a TOI report said.

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