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SSLC exams! With 91.38 per cent results, Mysuru gets ‘A’ grade: DDPI

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Mysuru: The collective efforts of teachers and students bore a good show with 91.38 per cent results getting ‘A’ grade in SSLC exams in the district. The students of government schools especially girls are in the lead setting example for others.

DDPI Ramachandra Raje Urs addressed media persons at his office on Thursday and explained the efforts made behind achieving 91.38 per cent results in Mysuru district.

“The collective efforts of teachers, head masters and head mistresses, parents and students should be attributed for the achievement. In all 36,128 students appeared for the exams while 33,012 (91.38%) students among them passed in the exams”, said DDPI.

In the last academic year 2020-21 all the students were passed due to Covid-19 situation. While in 2019-20 Mysuru district scored 74.45 per cent results, he added.

This year 18,100 boys appeared for the exams and 16,114 qualified (89.02%). 18,028 girl students appeared and 16,898 qualified (93.73 %).

In Mysuru from 276 government high schools 16,125 students appeared for the exams and 14,493 students qualified (89.88%).

From 134 aided schools 7,747 students appeared and 6,997 students qualified. From 264 unaided schools 12,256 students appeared and 11,522 students qualified in 2021-22 academic year SSLC exams.

Six students got 625 out of 625 emerging as toppers from the district, while 13 students secured 624 marks, 23 students got 623 marks, 23 students got 622 marks, 22 students secured 621 and 33 students secured 620 marks in SSLC.

Interestingly, 1,663 students got 100 marks in Social studies, 467 students in Mathematics, 238 students in Science subject and 429 students got 100 marks in second language English subject.

Kannada medium students qualified with 88.88 % and 94.61 % students in English medium and Urdu medium students got 69.23 %.

Rural students qualified with 92.87% and urban students qualified with 89.54 %. Total 34 government schools got hundred percent results, nine aided and 74 unaided schools also got 100 % results.

Across Mysuru 316 specially abled students had taken the exams and 255 students made it through.

Explaining the reasons behind this stupenduous success, DDPI said “We had organised 50 plus programs and continuous meetings and nearly 8-10 question paper practices which also helped to get top score placing the district in ‘A Grade”.

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