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K’taka: SSLC results declared, 22 Dists secure A grade - 1 min read

BC Nagesh SSLC results

Bengaluru: The SSLC class 10 board results have been declared on Thursday May 19 by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB). Students who took the exam can check their results on the sslc.karnataka.gov.in website.

The total pass percentage this year is 85.63 per cent, with girls scoring 90.29 per cent compared to 81.30 per cent for boys. This year, 8,73,859 students registered for the SSLC class 10 exam, however only 8,53,436 students appeared, with 20,423 students marked absent.

This year 73,0881 students out of 8,53,436 who took the exam passed. A total of 3,52,752 boys passed and 3,68,579 girls passed the exams.

“Karnataka has 22 districts with an A grade, and two districts with a B grade (Bengaluru South and Yadgir). 145 students received a score of 625/625. Rural areas of the state outshined urban areas, with a total of 2,92,946 students passing with an 86.64 per cent pass rate, compared to 4,28,385 students passing with a 91.32 per cent pass rate in rural areas,” informed Education Minister B. C. Nagesh.

The subject with the most toppers was Social Science, with 50,782 students receiving full marks, followed by the third language with 43,126 students scoring good marks.

The supplementary exams will be held in June.

Conducting of the SSLC exams were considered as the litmus test for the ruling BJP. Majority of students had attended exams amid the hijab crisis and drama. Muslim students, barring 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 provided to avoid any showdown or untoward incidents.

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

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