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Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 declared. Read full analysis here

Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 has been declared by KSEEB. Pass percentage rose 73.7 from last year’s pass percentage of 71.9.

education Updated: Apr 30, 2019 15:28 IST
Vikram Gopal
Vikram Gopal
Hindustan Times, Karnataka
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Karnataka SSLC Result 2019 declared. Analysis(HT)

The pass percentage of students who appeared for Karnataka 10th SSLC (standard Secondary School Leaving Certificate) examination, results of which were announced on Tuesday, rose to 73.7% this year from 71.93% last year.

As per the results released by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB), a total of 8,25,468 students appeared for the exam, of whom 6,08,336 passed.

Girls continued to outshine boys, by recording a higher pass percentage. While 79.59% girls passed the exam, up from 78.01 last year, 68.46% boys passed, an increase from 66.56% of last year.

Students from private unaided schools performed better than their peers from government and aided schools. The pass percentage in unaided schools was 82.72%, while in aided schools it was 77.21% and 77.84% in government schools.

Rural areas continued to perform better than urban. The pass percentage for rural areas was 76.67%, up from 74% last year, and the corresponding figure for urban areas was 70.05%, a slight increase from 69.38% recorded last year.

Students who hailed from English medium schools performed better than their counterparts from regional language medium schools. The pass percentage for students who appeared in the English medium was 80.88%, for Kannada 70.19%, Urdu 79.87%, Marathi 70.87%.

Among the toppers, two students secured all 625 marks, 11 students secured 624 marks, 19 secured 623 and 39 secured 622 marks out of a total 625 marks.

Among the districts, Hassan pipped Udupi to the top spot in terms of pass percentage. As many as 89.33% candidates from the district passed. Ramanagara district finished second with a pass percentage of 88.49, followed by Bengaluru Rural with 88.34. Yadgir district in the northern Hyderabad- Karnataka region was the worst performing of the 34 educational districts in the state, recording a pass percentage of 53.95%.

First Published: Apr 30, 2019 14:23 IST