Last Updated on February 17, 2023 by SPN Editor
The School Fagathansi Mission, an initiative of CM N Biren led Government to give thrust towards the improvement of Government Schools, has started bearing fruits as Government Schools recorded a high pass percentage of 60.40 percent in the recently declared High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Examination 2022 result. The pass percentage of Government Schools in HSLC Examinations conducted by the Board of Secondary Education Manipur hadn’t crossed 55 percent in the last ten years.
A total of 8306 students from Government Schools appeared for the HSLC Examination 2022, out of which 5022 students cleared the examination. It is worth mentioning that 43 Government Schools had shown an appreciable outcome in the said examination with 100 percent pass percentage. What is more inspiring is that all specially-abled students of Government Ideal Blind School and Government Deaf and Mute School, Takyel who had appeared for the HSLC examination this year had cleared the same.
The objective of CM N Biren Singh led Government in its School Fagathansi Mission is to provide quality education to all sections of the people by improving the physical and manpower infrastructure of the Government Schools. The Government aims to regain the trust of the people in Government Schools so that both the performance and enrolment increase.
As youths are the foundation of a society, the State Government is focusing on providing quality school education to all students which are imperative for building a better society in Manipur.
CM N Biren Singh congratulated all the students who had cleared the HSLC Examination 2022, especially students who had appeared for the examination from Government Schools. He also appreciated the teaching and non-teaching staff of Government Schools for their dedicated efforts to provide better education to the students and help them score better marks in examinations.
He also appealed to students who could not clear the examination or who performed lower than expectations, not to be dejected. He exhorted them to take learning from their efforts and experience toward striving harder to achieve their goals. Many successful people across the world had risen from similar failures and their stories should remind everyone – teachers, parents, and students that many successful journeys began from failures.