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Govt schools' poor results push DK to record low

Mangalore, May 7, 2013, DHNS :

DK district placed 26th out of 34 education districts in State

 Decline in pass percentage in government schools and also from the private candidates pushed the position of Dakshina Kannada district to 26th in the SSLC results this year.

A total of three schools including two government schools and one aided school has registered below 30 per cent results in the district. They are Koraga Central Model Residential High School, Madhya (27 per cent); Government High School, Nandavara (28 pc); and Badria Junior College, Kandak (30 pc).

In Madhya School, out of 11 students who appeared for the examinations, only three have passed. In Nandavara School, out of 93 students appeared for examination, only 26 have passed and in Badria School, a total of 77 students had appeared for examination and only 23 have passed.


A total of 31,081 regular students had appeared for the examination and 25,599 students have passed with a pass percentage of 82.36 per cent. On the other hand, 1,703 students have appeared as private candidates and only 228 students have passed with a pass pecentage of 13.39 per cent. On the other hand, a total of 11,366 students from government schools had appeared for the examination and only 8,080 have passed with a pass percentage of 71.09. The pass percentage in aided school is 85.84 per cent while that of unaided school is 93.63 per cent. Like previous years, this time also girls outshone boys in the SSLC examinations. A total of 13,929 female students have passed while a total of 11,898 boys have passed in the examination.

The pass percentage in first language is 95.82 per cent while second language is 87.11 and third language is 92.46. The pass percentage in maths is 86.61, science—90.53 and social science is 87.74. A total of 25 students have secured full marks in first language, 10 students scored full marks in second language and 27 students have scored full marks in third language. As many as 38 students in maths, three in science and 24 in social science have secured cent per cent results.

Cent pc result


A total of 95 schools have achieved 100 per cent results in the SSLC examinations. This includes seven government schools, four aided schools, and 84 unaided schools.

The names of government schools that have secured cent per cent results are Government High School, Guruvayanakere; Navodaya Model High School, Mundaje; Morarji Desai High School, Machina; Morarji Model Residential School, Mulki; Government Composite High School, Katipalla; Morarji Desai Residential School, Kallabetta; and Morarji Desai Residential School, Panja.

Aided schools that have secured cent per cent results are Sri Satyasai Lokaseva High School, Alike; Sri Srinivasa Patashala Oriental High School, V T Road; Sarvodaya High School, Kallamundkur; and Holy Rosary High School, Moodbidre. A total of 12 unaided schools in Bantwal, 9 schools in Belthangady, 17 in Mangalore North, 15 in Mangalore South, five in Moodbidre, 16 in Puttur and 10 in Sullia block have registered cent per cent results.

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