COHSEM class 12 exam results out; more students secure first class in Manipur
Education Minister Sorokhaibam Rajen said that the HSE results were declared based on the assessment report submitted by concerned schools.
The results of the class 12 examinations (HSE) conducted by the Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur (COHSEM) have been declared with maximum students securing first division compared to second and third division.
Addressing the exam declaration function held at COHSEM office, Education Minister Sorokhaibam Rajen said that the results were declared based on the assessment report submitted by concerned schools.
Altogether, COHSEM said it had received assessment report of 31,136 students. Out of it, exam results of 31,136 students were declared and the remaining 62 were withheld due to incomplete submission of report.
Of the total results declared, 16,385 secured first division, 13,100 students placed in second division and 1,557 in third position. The results for 62 students which are withheld will be declared soon.
Addressing the exam declaration function held at the office of COHSEM, the education minister said it is a proud moment for the state as it is the first state in the country to declare the results of class-12 even prior to the Central Board of Secondary Education. With the collective effort of the education department and concerned authorities, the result could be declared even much before the datelines made by Supreme Court, which is July 31.
The education minister also said that the Covid-19 pandemic hugely impacted the education sector with normal classes and examinations unable to be carried out. Nevertheless, considering the future of the students, the education department has been taking up various initiatives to keep students engaged in studies.
The state government has taken up various steps to carry out online classes and an app was also released recently. Training will also be provided from time to time to carry out the online classes with ease, he added.
The minister also said that 972 students who are supposed to appear class 12 examinations conducted by COHSEM missed to fill up their form in time due to some unavoidable problem. However, they had registered in COHSEM. The result for those students will be also be declared without fail, he said.
Making an appeal to the people of the state to extend support to state government in various steps taken up to combat the pandemic, the minister said that any students or guardian who are not satisfied with this result based on assessment will provide an opportunity to write an exam once the pandemic declines, he added.
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