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BVFCL Model HS School shows flying colors in HS exam

Namrup:  BVFCL Model HS School has stolen the march in the HS examination which was declared on Saturdayt with cent per cent success drawing huge applause from all fronts. In  the second  batch of the school appeared in the science and arts streams conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary  Education   Council where the pass percentage is 100%.

In arts 15 candidates appeared in between that 12 students secured 1st  division and 3 students in 2nd division as well as in science stream total 9 candidates appeared from here 3 students secured 1st division and 6 students secured 2nd division .

In science stream total 13 candidates appeared and the pass percentage is  84.6 %  and  in arts stream  total 116 candidates appeared and the pass percentage is 89.66 % .

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