Karnataka SSLC results 2016: The results of the 2016 Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examinations or the class 10 examinations conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has shown a 2.66 per cent decline in the number of students who managed to pass the examination compared to the 2015 examination.
The results of the SSLC examination for the 2015-2016 academic year was announced here on Monday evening by the KSEEB.
The results show that 79.16 per cent of student who took the exam this year managed to clear it which is 2.66 per cent lower than the 81.82 percentage recorded last year.
About 7.58 lakh students appeared for the exam conducted at 3082 centres between March 30 and April 13.
At a total of 52 schools, including three government schools, across the state the pass percentage was zero. The zero list includes six government aided schools and 43 unaided private schools.
“This time the male percentage of students who passed the exam is 75.84 per cent and for the girls its 82.64 percent. Girls have outshone boys as usual,” minister for primary education in Karnataka Kimmane Rathnakar said.
Ranjan, a student of the Poorna Prajna School in Bhadravathi in the Shimoga district secured 625 marks out of 625 in the exam. No student is known to have achieved in the history of the SSLC examinations. There is incidentally no rankings in the SSLC examinations.
The district of Bengaluru has performed the best in the exams with an over all pass percentage of 88 percent followed by Udupi, Mangaluru and the Uttara Kannada district. Ballary district has performed the worst with an over all pass percentage of 53.87 followed by Gadag and Yadagiri. Last year, Udupi district had performed the best in the SSLC exams.
The results announced by the KSEEB is available online since Monday evening and will be announced at the schools on Tuesday afternoon. “We have dispatched the results list on Monday evening and schools will receive the same by Tuesday morning and announce the same by the afternoon,” an official from KSEEB said.
As many as 2707 specially challenged candidates appeared for the examination and 1647 of the candidates cleared their examination. More than 652 private candidates above the age of 40 years appeared for the SSLC examination but only 23 of them have managed to clear the exam.
Last 10 years SSLC results break up:
Year pass %
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