Nagaland Current Affairs Digest – May 2022

Nagaland Current Affairs Digest – May 2022

06 May 2021: Kohima Women Police Station was adjudged the “Best Police Station’ in Nagaland for 2021

Kohima Women Police Station was awarded the “Best Police Station’ in Nagaland for 2021 in the Annual Ranking of Police Stations done by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) for 2021.

19 May 2021: Nagaland govt. orders closure of all check gates to curb illegal taxation

Chief Secretary of Nagaland, J Alam directed all check gates set up within the state by various organisations, groups, government agencies, private individuals and others to be closed immediately. The notification added that interstate check gates would function till May 31, 2022 and beyond that only after obtaining a specific approval of the Home department.

The order was issued to curb alleged illegal tax collection in the state. The deputy commissioner in every district has been asked to constitute an inspection team comprising the ADC(HQ), additional SP or additional DCP, district transport officer, and the district public relations officer. The inspection team will be responsible for ensuring that there is no check gate functional on any road in the district in violation of this order.

31 May 2021: NBSE declared HSLC, HSSLC results. Girls outshine boys

HSLC

  • Enrollment for exam: 28938, including repeaters
  • Qualified HSLC Exam: 18721
  • Pass %: 64.69 %
  • Government Schools Pass Percentage: 36.62 %
  • Private Schools Pass Percentage: 82.08 %

View the result here: NBSE HSLC 2022 Result

HSSLC

ARTS

  • Enrolled for exam: 13812
  • Total passed: 11138
  • Pass % : 80.64%

COMMERCE

  • Enrolled for exam: 1157
  • Total passed: 952
  • Pass % : 82.28%

SCIENCE

  • Enrolled for exam: 2152
  • Total passed: 1899
  • Pass % : 88.24%

View the result here: NBSE HSSLC 2022 Result

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