Karnataka SSLC pass rate 85.63%, girl, rural students perform better

IANSUpdated: Thursday, May 19, 2022, 07:01 PM IST
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Bengaluru : The Karnataka Education Department on Thursday announced the much-awaited, crucial SSLC (Class 10) results, which saw 85.63 percent of students pass, while girl students outdid boys.

Primary and Secondary Education Minister B.C. Nagesh also announced that rural students have performed better than those who are studying in cities.

While the pass percentage of students from urban areas was 86.64 percent, it was 91.32 percent for students from rural areas. The boys have recorded 86.34 percent pass percentage whereas the girls have achieved 92.44 percent.

The students belonging to Scheduled Caste showed 86.80 percent success rate, while it was 88.96 percent for students belonging to Scheduled Tribes.

A total of 145 students have secured the first rank by scoring full 625 marks out of 625.

Among the 8,73,859 students who had enrolled for exams, 8,53,436 appeared in it. The pass percentage was 99.99 per cent in 2020-21 and 72.42 per cent in 2019-20. Out of 4,667 differently abled children who attended the exams, 3,762 have passed.

The supplementary exams will be held in June.

Conducting the SSLC exams was considered as the litmus test for the ruling BJP. The majority of students had attended exams amid the hijab crisis and drama. Muslim students, barring a few, shunned the hijab to take up the crucial examinations.

This was the first time after the Covid pandemic that the exams were conducted in the normal pattern. Section 144 was clamped in and around 3,444 examination centres across the state and tight police security cover was provided to avoid any showdown or untoward incidents.

As many as 60,000 government officers were put into the exercise of monitoring the examinations.

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