The MBSE HSSLC results released today revealed that three schools ranked highest in Commerce

David Lalhminghlua, son of Paul Zakhuma from St. Paul’s Higher Secondary School, secured the first position in Commerce. Amram Laihnei Hlychho, son of Joel Laichi Hlychho from St. Joseph Higher Secondary School, came second, and Vansangkimi, daughter of Lalthawmliana from Oikos Higher Secondary School, secured the third position.

The top 10 Commerce candidates included 12 students. Oikos HSS had five students who ranked third, fifth, sixth, eighth, and ninth. St. Paul’s HSS had three students who ranked first, seventh, and eighth. St. Joseph HSS had three students who ranked second, fourth, and tenth.

Private schools had the highest number of candidates in Commerce, with 208 students appearing for the examination and achieving a pass rate of 95.19%. Government schools had 203 students with a pass rate of 62.56%, and Deficit Schools had 127 students with an 85% pass rate. Three private candidates took the exam, but none passed. Two out of five students from Aided Schools passed, and two out of three students from Lumpsum Schools passed.