Amar Singh Thapa of Ajmal College of Arts, Commerce and Science secured the first position in the Science Stream in the higher secondary examination, 2018 conducted by the Assam Higher Secondary Education Council.
He secured 486 marks out of a total of 500.
Amar Singh Thapa was provided free education apart from providing a monthly scholarship of Rs 3,500.
He was a student of Ajmal Super 40 Program of the college.
Meanwhile, the principal of the college Abdur Noor Talukdar has expressed happiness over the success of Amar Singh Thapa.
General Manager Khasrul Islam and Manager DR M R H Azad of Ajmal Foundation have also extended their hearty greetings to Thapa.
Thapa secured letter marks in all the subjects.
Niharika Goswami of Krishna Kanta Handiqui Junior College of Barpeta came second securing 483 out of 500.
Bhaskar Jyoti Kalita of Krishna Kanta Handiqui Junior College of Barpeta and Mrinal Jyoti Powdel of Darrang College in Sonipur shared the third position securing 480 marks each in the science stream.
Meanwhile, Sampriti Rajkhowa of Ramanujan Junior College in Nagaon bagged the top position in the Arts stream securing 487 marks in this year’s higher secondary examination.
Tridip Bora of Concept Junior College in Nagaon came second with 485 marks.
Bhanita Roy of Krishna Kanta Handiqui Junior College of Barpeta came third with 484 marks in the Arts stream.
In the Commerce stream, Raunak Lohia of Geetanjali Junior College in Nagaon secured the first position with a total of 474 marks out of 500.
Dikshita Baruah of Salt Brook Academy in Dibrugarh secured the second position with 471 marks.
Sweeta Das of Gyan Vigyan Academy in Dibrugarh came third with 464 marks in the Commerce stream of the higher secondary examination this year.
Meanwhile, Akasht Chawcharia of Sankardev Junior College in Hojai secured the 10th position in Commerce stream
He had secured 456 out of 500.
Talking to NorthEast Now, he said,” This was only possible due to the blessing of God, my grandma, parents and teachers of the college.”
He said dedicated hard work with consistency has made it possible.
He will study Chartered Accountancy and will pursue B Com from K C Das Commerce College.
A total of 2,54,564 candidates took the examination in altogether 826 centres across the State in this year’s higher secondary examination.