Mauritius HSC Results 2015-2016 and Laureates List

The Mauritius HSC Results 2016 (exams of year end 2015) and list of  HSC laureates will be announced today 5th February 2016 as from 10:00.

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A Log In (Username) together with a Password have been handed out to the students already and students will be able to view their results on the website of Cambridge. Students not having an Internet connection at home can view their results from their respective colleges.

The success rate was at 75.4% last year. We will update this post with laureates list in the coming hours.

Live Updates:

  • QEC: 11 laurestes
  • Dr Maurice Cure: 6 laureates
  • Royal College Port Louis: 9 laureates
  • Royal College Curepipe: 8 laureates
  • St Esprit College: 2 laureates
  • Droopnath Ramphul: 2 laureates
  • JKC: 1 laureate
  • France Boyer de la Giroday SSS: 1 laureate
  • MGI: 1 laureate
  • Rodrigues College: 4 laureates
  • 10:27: Percentage pass rate for this year: 75.31%
  • 10:13 – Prime minister of Mauritius reviewing results & delivering related speech right now. List of laureates will be publicly available shortly.

List of HSC 2015-2016 Laureates

SSR NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS (Science Side) (2)

BOY (1)
DONAT: GUILLAUME OLIVIER – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS

GIRL (1)
KHADAROO: SHAMMAH FATIMAH – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE

STATE OF MAURITIUS SCHOLARSHIPS (16)

BOYS (Science Side) (4)
MOKOONLALL: AKSHAY VEER – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
RAMASAWMY: PERIANEN – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS
WONG TEN YUEN: OLIVIER – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
GOONDRAM: SUNNY – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS

GIRLS (Science Side) (4)
DHONDEE: ASHIKA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
MUKOON: SHAIMAA NABEELAH – DROOPNATH RAMPHUL STATE COLLEGE
SHAMLOLL: LESHNA – DROOPNATH RAMPHUL STATE COLLEGE
RAMSAWMY: MITHISHA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE

BOYS (Economics Side) (2)
SOOPRAMANIEN: VEGEN – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS
KHATIB: IRFAAN – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS

GIRLS (Economics Side) (2)
THOONDEE DOOROVADEYE VARMA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
GOBOODUN SAISHA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE

BOYS (ARTS SIDE) (1)
DYALL YANNISH NEERAJ – ST ESPRIT COLLEGE

GIRLS (ARTS SIDE) (1)
RAMADOO NICHIKA – DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE

BOYS (TECHNICAL SIDE) (1)
DONAT ALEXANDRE VICTOR – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS

GIRLS (TECHNICAL SIDE) (1)
KUTHY MELVEENA TANYA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE

MCB FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS (1)

ALLYKHAN YASHRAH BIBI – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS (26)

BOYS (Science Side) (4)
SOOGARY GHANNISH – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS
RAMLUGUN THAVISH – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
ISHMAEL MUHAMMAD IKHLAAS – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS
NUCKCHADY ROHAN CHOWBAY –  ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS

GIRLS (Science Side) (4)
DHAWKA LUVNA – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
GOORDOYAL HARSHINEE – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
BHIRGOO PRIYA DARSHINI – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
TAUKOOR TOYESHWARI DEVI –  DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE

BOYS (Economic Side) (3)
BHAUGEEROTHEE LOCKESHWAR – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
KORIMBOCUS MUHAMMAD RIDHWAAN – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
DHUNNY ZYBRANN HASSEN – ST ESPRIT COLLEGE

GIRLS (Economic Side) (3)
ROSETTE MARIE LAETITIA GAELLE – DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE
NARAYANA PILLAY TARINI – DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE
NAYAMUTH BIBI ALLEEAH – MGI

BOYS (Art Side) (2)
GOPEE MUHAMMAD AQIL – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE
JOONARAIN DHARMESHSING – ROYAL COLLEGE CUREPIPE

GIRLS (ART Side) (2)
POLIAH KEREN – FRANCE BOYER DE LA GIRODAY SSS
KHOODORUTH UMME AARIFAH – DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE

BOYS (Technical SIDE) (2)
DOSIEAH: GOPESH YADAV  – ROYAL COLLEGE PORT LOUIS
CHONG LEE SHIN: MAXIMILIEN CHING-SIEN – JOHN KENNEDY COLLEGE

GIRLS (Technical SIDE) (2)
CHAN MOI FAT: CARINE – QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLEGE
WONG MIN: JULIET YOK YIN – DR MAURICE CURE STATE COLLEGE

RODRIGUES OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS

BOYS (2)
ESPIEGLE: JEAN ERIC YANNICK – RODRIGUES COLLEGE
AZIE: JEAN SIDNEY – RODRIGUES COLLEGE

GIRLS (2)
PERRINE: ANNE MELANIE – RODRIGUES COLLEGE
CLAIR: MARIE KELLY-ANNE  – RODRIGUES COLLEGE

13 comments

  • I would like you all to know even if its first or second attempt of HSC.. There is hard work and perseverance.. I don’t think anyone will love doing six three, if not for improvement.. As our teachers had always supported us and told us -THERE IS ALWAYS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT..
    Good going Donat brothers.. Congrats to ur family too..

  • Dear Shaimaa Mukoon, just want to tell you how proud the Mukoon families are today to have our first laureate. Wish to meet you. Congratulations to you and your family.

  • I think It is unfair to talk of “unethical advantage” for all those generations of laureates who won scholarships at their second sitting. Not everyone was born with a golden spoon and for most Mauritian families this second chance is as tough as it gets and a true test of the candidate’s resolve and perseverance, qualities that are being too often disregarded in today’s quick result society. Well done to all and enjoy the day!!!

  • Congratulations to you all especially my daughter Anne Luisa Natacha Meunier and best of luck for the future

  • Sorry but about the two brothers who become laureates i should say that the guy (technical side) had an unethical advantage against thoae at their first attempt. I think its high time for govt to review the compete scheme qhich should be available to FIRST TIMERS ONLY. Moreover one of the guy told that he does not intent to return to mru but i think that he should have atleast try to have a job here and if he does not find it then only he should put his competency internationally.. our country first.. service to tax payers first lol.. congrats anyway!

    • Thank you, Francis for your excellent comments! The 2 brothers (the Donat) are my hubby’s nephews. Alexandre and Guillaume’s mum passed away in 2012 – and, Vicky, this is indeed an “unethical advantage” or should we, instead say, an “unethical disadvantage”?
      In spite of all the pain that the brothers went through, leading up to the demise of their mum, the Donats, especially Alexandre (“…the guy, technical side”) succeeded, on his second attempt, to achieve his goal and become a laureate.
      Isn’t this an amazing example of hard work and determination from the 2 Donat brothers, thus bringing honour to their parents, especially their late mum.
      Let’s give honour to whom honour is due. Full Stop.

    • 1. Lotteries should be won by those are playing it for the first time.
      2. You should receive a salary for only the first month of your job.
      3. Political party should only be elected on their first run and never afterwards.
      Please the government to review these analogies along.

      There is never an unfair advantage. Those retaking the exam have to work much harder than first timers and motivate themselves to uphold their commitment. There are uncontrollable events that might have affected their first attempt. I have seen great minds gone through this. And those people were much smarter than you ever were, are or will be. But they were less jealous of a person than you.

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