Imphal, July 13: As the results for class 10 was announced, students and parents seeking admissions to the class 11 in the top Manipur government higher secondary schools are camping overnight followed by long queues since the last two, three days in Imphal.
Parents and students from different parts of the state and gathered in front of Johnstone Higher Secondary School in the heart of Imphal town this morning seeking admission, which is on a first come-first serve basis for General category students. The cut-off for General candidates are 70% for science stream, 60% for arts and 50% for commerce in the recently declared class 10 examination results 2022.
On Tuesday, a crowd was seen in front of Tamphasana Girls’ Higher Secondary School and CC Higher Secondary School in Imphal. Ahead of government schools, popular private schools in Imphal were packed with students who cleared the class 10 examinations with more than 80% to 90% for admission.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister’s Secretariat, on Tuesday said that the School Fagathansi Mission (SFM), a government initiative to give renewed thrust towards the improvement of government run schools in terms of physical and manpower infrastructure, started bearing fruits as government schools recorded a high pass percentage of 60.40% in the recently declared class 10 examination result.
A total of 8306 students from government schools appeared for the HSLC Examination 2022, out of which, 5022 students cleared the examination, the press release from the CM secretariat said.
It is worth mentioning that 43 government schools passed with 100 percent. Further, all the specially-abled students of Government Ideal Blind School and Government Deaf and Mute School, Takyel had cleared the same.
As youths are the foundation of a society, the state government is focusing on providing quality school education to all students which is imperative for building a better society in Manipur, it added.