The results of Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) conducted by Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board are out on Tuesday, 12 May. The pass percentage is 81.82 percent.
A total of 8.56 lakh students took the exam held between 30 March and 13 April and conducted in 3,003 centres across the state.
In terms of district-wise performance, Udupi (93.37 percent) has the highest pass percentage, followed by Chikkodi and Uttara Kannada. Gadag is in the last place. Girls have outshone boys again, with a pass percentage of 86.23 as against 77.85.
On a shocking note, 36 private schools have produced 0% pass result. Belgaum (1), Bengaluru North (4), Bengaluru South (3), Bidar (6), Chikkaballapur (1), Chikkodi (1), Dharwad (3), Gadag (1), Kalburgi (10), Koppal (1), Raichur (1), Tumkur (1) and Vijaypura (3) are the districts that produced 0% pass percent.
However, the overall pass percentage has increased by 0.6 percent this year. In 2014, it was 81.20% as compared to this year's 81.82 percent. Since 2011, the overall percentage has been improving. It was 73.90 in 2011, 76.13 in 2012 and 77.47 in 2013.
In the first language, 1796 students have got cent percent; 1,434 students have scored centum in mathematics and 308 students in science.
Details about Supplementary exam, Apply for Photocopy, Revaluation, Retotalling
Supplementary exam will be held between 15 June and 22 June. The application has to be sent on or before 21 May.
Photocopying answer sheets
Students who feel that they deserve better marks and are not satisfied with the score, can apply for photocopies of answer sheets or revaluation, or retotalling. Application forms for the same will be provided in their respective schools. The last date to apply for getting photocopies of answer sheets is 22 May.
Students can also download the forms online by clicking on the link. Please note that the fee can be remitted only through nationalised bank and DD won't be accepted.
Revaluation: Rs 700 (Per Subject)
Retotalling: Rs 150 (Per Subject)
Photocopy of Answer sheet: Rs 300 (Per Subject)
Examination Fee: 200 for one subject.
Examination Fee: 250 for two subjects.
Examination Fee: 315 for more than three subjects.
Registered for Exams: 8,56,366
Exams Taken: 8,37,433 (Boys: 4.52 lakh & Girls: 4.03 lakh)
Private Candidates: 16,337
District-wise Pass Percentage:
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