The results of Karnataka SSLC & Second PUC results 2013 were announced on Monday with an overall pass percentage of 77.47 in SSLC and 59.36% in Second PUC.
Out of 8,36,342 students, 6,47,951 cleared the SSLC examinations held in March.
Out of 6,11,569 students, 3,63,057 cleared the passed Second PUC exam 2013.
Like every year girls outshines in both SSLC and Second PUC examinations.
Student from Vijaya High School, MS Sudhindra topped in SSLC and Scores 622 out of 625 marks.
The Second Place was shared by three students Nagarjuna K of Holy Child English School, Bangalore, Manvitha NK of Vishwa Mangala English School, Konaje, South Canara and Rakshitha V Handral of Nivedita Girls High School Bangalore-who scores 621 out of 625 marks.
A blind student from Hubli named Pranav Eshwarappa has created a record by scoring 94.73% in SSLC examination.
The maximum number of students who scored 100 out 100 in subjects are as follows: Mathematics 643, Social Science 593, First Language 364, Third language 202, Second Language 157 and Science 34.
Second PUC toppers:
K Akshay Kamath from Canara PU College, Mangalore topped the Second PUC Science stream, scoring centums in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Electronics and Sanskrit. He scored 94 in English, his second language, and a total of 594 out of 600 marks.
B Suraj Hegde from Alva's PU College, Moodabidri scored the highest marks in Commerce stream. He scored maximum marks in four subjects - Business Studies, Accountancy, Statistics and Basic Maths. He scored 98 in Sanskrit and 95 in second language (English), grossing 593 out of 600 marks.
Pradeep B Garebal from VMSRV Pre-University College, Bagalkot, secured 95% in Arts, with a total score was 574 out of 625 marks.
Visually impaired toppers from the Arts Stream of Surana Independent PU Colleges: Suresh CN with 92%, Bharath M 90%, Nagraj G 89%, Priyanka M 86% and Tejashri R 88%.
60% of students scored first class. Those with distinction is 6.03 per cent; 24.9 per cent scored second class and 23.8 per cent students scored third class.
Commerce stream had the highest pass percentage with 67.86, followed by science with 61.46% and arts with 51.76%. More number of English-medium students passed (64%) the exams compared to Kannada-medium students (54.33%).
The maximum number of students who scored 100 out 100 in subjects are as follows: Accountancy (944), Statistics (779), Physics (710), Chemistry (479) and Computer Science (585). Carnatic Music had the highest pass percentage with 100.