Assam Higher Secondary Education Council is expected to announce AHSEC Assam HS 12th Result 2023 in the first week of June, 2023. However, contrary to the anticipation, the results will not be released today. The AHSEC Class 12th results are eagerly awaited by candidates who have appeared for the Class 12 board examination. When declared, candidates can check the results on the official site of AHSEC at ahsec.assam.gov.in.
Results to be announced on 1st week of June
In a recent interview with HT Digital, Pankaj Borthakur, the Controller of Examination at AHSEC, revealed that the Assam HS Results 2023 will not be released this week. Instead, students can expect their long-awaited scores to be unveiled in the first week of June 2023. This news may bring mixed emotions for the candidates, who have been eagerly anticipating their results.
While the official website is the primary source to access the AHSEC Class 12th results, alternative platforms such as resultsassam.nic.in, assamresult.co.in, and assam.result.in will also provide the result links. This wider availability of result links aims to ensure that students can conveniently access their scores without any hassle.
This year, approximately 2 lakh candidates appeared for the AHSEC Class 12 examinations across various streams, including Science, Commerce, and Arts. The final examinations were conducted from February 20 to March 20, 2023, in two shifts. The morning shift spanned from 9 am to 12 pm, while the evening shift took place from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
Why this step is taken?
Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said that the step for announcing results suddenly is taken due to the number of suicides that takes place after the results are announced. “The HS results will be announced similarly with a notification given in the morning,” said CM Sarma.
This year, HSLC results were declared suddenly without previous date announced. At 8:15 a.m., Education Minister Ranoj Pegu tweeted and said that the HSLC results will be announced at 10:00 a.m.
Still, an incident of suicide took place. In a tragic incident, a class 10 student in Assam’s Cachar district allegedly took her own life after failing the Secondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA) HSLC exam. The incident occurred in Ganirgram village, and the deceased has been identified as Asma Begam, a student at Shantipur Begam Abida girls’ school.
As per sources, just an hour after the exam results were released, Asma Begam jumped into the Barak River, witnessed by a neighbor who immediately informed her family members. Upon receiving the information, the state disaster response force (SDRF) and the police rushed to the scene and recovered the girl’s lifeless body from the river.
In a tweet addressing the issue, Pegu wrote, “There is a fake news in circulation that HS Final Exam results will be given today. Don’t heed to such fake news.” With this statement, he sought to alleviate the confusion surrounding the supposed release of the HS final exam results.
On 22nd May, SEBA declared the HSLC 2023 results, which showcased a commendable performance by the candidates. Out of the 4,15,323 students who appeared for the exams, an impressive 3,01,879 students successfully passed. This resulted in a passing percentage that stands as one of the highest since 1992, according to SEBA.
The breakdown of the HSLC results reveals the following achievements: 94,912 students secured first division, 1,48,573 students secured second division, and 58,394 students secured third division. Notably, 18,653 students received star marks, while 8,517 students earned distinction marks in the examinations, reflecting their exceptional performance.