Friday, August 17, 2012
AC Institution, RKMVVM and Barlow Girls’ School Do Well in HS Exam in Malda
MALDA, 4 JUNE: The urban schools of the district outshone the rural ones in performance in the Higher Secondary (HS) examinations this year. While the students of AC Institution in English Bazaar bagged the first two positions in the district, two students of Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Vidyamandir (RKMVVM) ended in obtained the third position jointly. Barlow Girls’ High School produced the first girl in the district in HS examinations this year.
AC Institution’s Debayan Das, son of a grocer Debkumar Das of Ramakrishna Pally in Malda, stood first in Malda scoring 462 out of 500. “It’s a really a tough decision for us to decide about the higher studies of Debayan as we have to manage the expenses from my meager income of Rs 5000 per month,” said Mr Das whose daughter Debarpita is a post graduate student of English in University of Gour Banga.
Subhashis Mandal of the same school stood second in the district with 461. “Son of Swapan Mandal Subhashis too doesn’t have a solid financial background,” said the Hedmaster Chanchal Jha claiming that the individual talent of the duo coupled with self-less dedication of the teachers ensured the success. Mr Jha informed that out of 160 HS examinees from the school 135 passed in first division and 70 students have got star marks.
Subham Saha of RKMVVM, who has already cracked joint entrance examinations in medical stream with 686th rank, stood third in the district jointly with Sanjay Saha of the same school. Both of them have scored 452. Subham’s father, a dealer in rice Milan Bandhu Saha and mother Rupali Saha were elated at his son’s success. While the proud parents accorded entire credit of their son’s achievement to the school authorities, Subham said, “I being a rural boy would serve the villages as a doctor earnestly following the doctrines of Swami Vivekananda.”
Headmaster of RKMVVM Brahmachari Anirbanachaitanya said, “Subham was quite diligent and was a rare bunker of classes. He has got the value of his diligence.” “Out of 64 HS examinees 63 were placed in first division while 49 candidates have got star marks. In addition 21 students have qualified in joint entrance examinations,” Anirbanachaitanya added.
Adrija Chaudhuri, a student of Barlow girls’ school and daughter of Pralay and Sakti Chaudhuri both working in education segment, stood first among the girls in Malda in HS examinations with 442. Adrija, a student of humanities stream, has beaten even the students of science and commerce stream. “Now, she aims at studying Bengali either in Jadavpur or Presidency university,” said her mother Sakti Chaudhuri. Pranati Dasgupta, Headmistress said, “Out of 195 examinees 157 passed in first division and 53 have got star marks.”
Assistant Headmaster in charge of Malda Zilla School Ashish Sarkar said that the average performance of his students was satisfactory. “Among 88 candidates 62 passed in first division and 23 got stars. Samim Zaman got highest 436 among the examinees of school,” Mr Sarkar informed.