The Karnataka Board has declared the class 10th results today. Students who wrote the SSLC exams directed in April have made history, timing the most noteworthy ever pass rate of 81.82. The pass percentage of this year has increased by 0.62% and is the best ever performance since the beginning of the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) in the mid-1960s.
The SSLC exam this year was phenomenal from numerous points of view. It was based under the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) design, where 80% marks are reserved for the primary exams and 20% for inside assignments in every subject. In a first and foremost, students will be granted evaluations and rate other than marks in the report card.
As far as pass rate is concerned, Udupi, which was in the 10th position a year ago, scaled up to No. 1 this year timing 93.37%. Chikkodi, the topper from last year, came directly behind with 93.32%.
The topper, Vishwajith Prakash Hedge from Sirsi, scored 623 out of 625. The second place has been shared by five students who secured 622 marks; 15 students came third with 621 marks.
Young ladies have at the end of the day fared better than young men. The pass rate of young ladies and young men is 86.23% and 77.85% individually. This year, there has been an incredible increment in the individuals who have scored a centum in maths: their number has bounced from 300 last year to 1,434. The centum wave is high in first dialect as well, up from 900 last year to 1,796 this year. In dialect and maths, 376 and 85 students have scored a zero individually.
School-wise, 100% leave rate has shot behind. A year ago, 2,023 schools secured penny every penny pass rate. Their number has this year ascended to 2,511 schools, including 819 administration and 1,414 unaided schools. Interestingly, not even a solitary government school has a zero pass rate, however two helped and 34 unaided schools have a zero pass rate.
This year, 27,389 students scored 90-100% marks as compared to 19,914 in 2014.