SEBA Rank Holders List 1996

SEBA Rank Holders List 1996 – Check Assam HSLC Top 20 Toppers List of 1996

We are delighted to congratulate the Top 20 Toppers of the HSLC examination 1996. Their outstanding achievement is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and intelligence. Their success is a source of pride not only for themselves, but also for their families, teachers, and friends. Perhaps that is why they were able to become the Top 20 SEBA Rank Holders List of the HSLC examination in 1996.

In this article, We will explore the details of the Top 20 Toppers of the 1996 HSLC examination conducted by SEBA, including their Names, Ranks, Roll No, School Names and Districts. Before that, familiarize yourself with SEBA.

Read a brief summary of SEBA

The Secondary Education Board of Assam, best known as SEBA, is the state board that conducts the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination every year for students studying in schools affiliated to SEBA.

The HSLC exam is conducted for the subjects of English, Assamese, Mathematics, Social Science, General Science, Arabic, Geography, Sanskrit, Wood Craft, Hindi, Computer Science and others elective subject. Lakhs of students from diverse ethnic groups across Assam take the exam every years.

Name of BoardSecondary Education Board of Assam (SEBA)
Name of Class10th Standard
Name of ExamHigh School Leaving Certificate (HSLC)
Type of ResultsTop 20 HSLC Toppers List 1996
SourceSEBA Official Website
Official Website

List of Top 20 HSLC Toppers 1996 (SEBA)

The meritorious candidates bring glory to their family and countrymen by obtaining the highest marks in the HSLC examination with their hard work and merit, and placing themselves among the SEBA Rank Holders List 1996.

Every years, the Names of the Top 20 SEBA Rank Holders or Toppers in the HSLC examination are published by SEBA in the “Merit List of First Ten Ranks”

The Table below shows the Top 20 Toppers of the Assam HSLC exam conducted by SEBA in 1996.
1stPallav GoswamiN6-398811996Morigaon H S & M P SchoolMorigaon
2ndChandan Deep NathN6-2192121996Don Bosco High School, GuwahatiKamrup
3rdDebajit NathN6-579221996Tezpur Govt. H S SchoolSonitpur
4thJyotiraj SarmaN6-2192451996Don Bosco High School, GuwahatiKamrup
5thSumana DuttaN6-2174571996St. Mary’s English Medium School, GuwahatiKamrup
6thSuraj BharechN6-4356911996Non-Institutional Male PrivateNagaon
7thNayanmani DekaN6-97391996Bangaon H S SchoolNalbari
8thManuj Kumar BoraN6-398601996Morigaon H S & M P SchoolMorigaon
9thShraddha BawariN6-2174631996St. Mary’s English Medium School, GuwahatiKamrup
10thHiranya TalukdarN6-25871996Barpeta Vidyapith H S SchoolBarpeta
11thAnjan DasN6-2172021996Holy Child School, GuwahatiKamrup
12thLalit SaikiaN6-237541996Nehru High School, SonitpurSonitpur
13thSyeda Semim ZahanN6-308751996Kacharihat High School, GolaghatGolaghat
Bhanita TalukdarN6-4392961996M N C Balika Bidyapith, NalbariNalbari
14thArun SanganeriaN6-2233151996Non-Institutional Male Private, GuwahatiKamrup
Pukak Kumar DasN6-1472491996Don Bosco School, DibrugarhDibrugarh
15thMridupawan DasN6-2192681996Don Bosco High School, GuwahatiKamrup
16thSanghamitra BorgohainN6-2172991996Holy Child School, GuwahatiKamrup
Satyajit ChetriN6-2221631996Nicols High School, GuwahatiKamrup
17thParaj Moni SarmahN6-2752171996Govt. Boys’ H S & M P School, JorhatJorhat
18thKashyap BaruaN6-2192471996Don Bosco High School, GuwahatiKamrup
Prerona ChakravartyN6-2172831996Holy Child School, GuwahatiKamrup
Ankur KhandeliaN6-1471871996Don Bosco School, DibrugarhDibrugarh
Amit Kumar VermaN6-5302521996Non-Institutional Male Private, SilapatherDhemaji
Anjan Jyoti SarmaN6-143701996Non-Institutional Male Private, BongaigaonBongaigaon
19thChandan TalukdarN6-2192141996Don Bosco High School, GuwahatiKamrup
Soumitra NathN6-5794911996Don Bosco High School, TezpurSonitpur
20thPadma TalukdarN6-135621996Chamata H S School, NalbariNalbari

SEBA HSLC Ranks holders of 1996 are an inspiration to the next generation. They will have access to better education, healthcare, and technology than ever before. They will also be more environmentally conscious, tolerant, and entrepreneurial.

They will have the opportunity to learn and grow in ways that were not possible for previous generations. We must ensure that they have access to the resources they need to succeed, and that they are taught the values that will make them positive contributors to society.

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