Published On : Wed, May 25th, 2016

HSC meritorious students of NMC schools felicitated

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Students of NMC-run schools who achieved meritorious distinction in HSC Exam 2016 results of which declared today were felicitated by Deputy Mayor Satish Holay and other dignitaries at a function organised at Civil Lines office of the local body. The students who bagged first, second and third ranks among NMC schools in Science, Arts and Commerce steams were felicitated. Other dignitaries present on the occasion include Ruling Party Leader Dayashankar Tiwari, Chairman of Education Committee Gopal Bohre, Deputy Chairperson Divya Ghurde, Gandhibagh Zone Chairperson Vidya Kanhere, Additional Municipal Commissioner Nayana Gunde, Deputy Commissioner Dr Ranjana Lade, Education Officer Meena Gupta and others.

In the Science Stream, Rozina Tarannum Ahmed Hussain of Abul Kalam Azad Urdu Higher Secondary School bagged the first rank in the HSC exam with 82.76 percent marks while Akash Dnyaneshwar Kumbhalkar of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Higher Secondary passed the exam with 82 percent marks and Payal Jaisingh Bahoriya secured 78.76 percent marks and stood second and third respectively.
In the Arts Stream, Tahlil Kosar Sheikh Asif of Sane Guruji Urdu Higher Secondary School got 76.15 percent marks while Asiya Anjum Sayyed Akil received 75.07 and Nazima Jamal Siszoor Rahman secured 72.61 percent marks.

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These meritorious students who bagged the first, second and third spots were felicitated by Deputy Mayor Satish Holay and other dignitaries by offering them tulsi saplings.

Speaking on the occasion, the Deputy Mayor said that despite facing odds like irregular teaching and lack of quality teachers, schools run by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) delivered a creditable pass percentage in HSC results declared on Wednesday. “The teachers should strive hard to achieve 100 percent results in NMC schools in the next year,” Holay appealed.

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Dayashankar Tiwari said that students studying in NMC schools work hard in adverse conditions. Maximum students come from slums. Out of 60 students of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Higher Secondary School, 59 students have passed. The only student who could not make it is suffering from sickle cell disease. Otherwise, the school could have scored 100 percent result.

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Education Committee Chairman Gopal Bohre congratulated the meritorious students and patted the teachers for their hard work. The success is the outcome of various ventures that are being undertaken in NMC schhols. The NMC runs a total of 28 schools and four junior colleges. This year, 334 students appeared for HSC exam out of which 295 students passed. The pass percentage in NMC schools is 88.32. Now, focus should be on the Commerce Stream so that students from this steam too achieve the distinction like other two steams, Bohre stressed.

Head Masters, teachers, students and citizens were present in large number.