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Karnataka SSLC Results Declared- Analysis Record

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Analysis Of Karnataka SSLC Results
The Karnataka SSLC results of the academic session 2011-12 held up the analysis today. As per the officials say almost 76.13% of students have come up with the passed results. Among this percentage the higher part of results scored is said to the girl students. Well, Girl students have left boys behind in the final results.

The Karnataka Education Minister Vishweshwara Hegde Kageri, who spoke to the media, informed that the results are declared in official website and schools shall display the results on 18th May ie.. on Friday (Tomorrow).

When compared to the last year results it is said that an increased amount of 2.23% of students have passed their examination this year. However, this is an increased progress in Karnataka. As per the records the last year percentage was 73.90 which has now increased to 76.13%. All together in a count of 1878 High schools there is an 100% results found this year.

The examinations was taken by almost 8,25,131 students, among them 81.16% of girl candidates and 71.73% of boys have come up with a pass results. The sources reveal that 47 Schools have scored 0% results in State, but these schools does not include any of the Government section schools. Kageri said that, compared to last year, it is very proud to know that 9.43% of girl candidates increased and 3% of village students have passed the Board examination successfully.

The Udupi District holds the first place, second and third place goes to Sirsi and Hassan districts respectively. But still Bidar District is in the last position (same as last year). In the continuing list after Hassan the next place is held by Tumkur, Chikkodi, Uttar Karnataka and Mangalore respectively.

As per the records it is only one girl student who has scored first place on scoring 623 out of 625. Oneindia Education Wishes the best and bright way ahead.

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