SSLC: Hassan clinches ninth place

SSLC: Hassan clinches ninth place

Timely gesture: Second PU student Amith Tejas, who topped the state in the II PU exams, and his parents were felicitated under the aegis of Hassan ZP on Thursday. ZP President D B Chandregowda and others are seen. DH photo

A T Chamaraju, deputy director of Department of Public Instructions is the most happiest man today.

His zeal and enthusiasm to bring Hassan district within the top 10, in SSLC results has yielded the desired results. The district which was in 18th position in the previous year, has now occupied ninth place.

Sharing his mantra of success with the mediapersons here, Chamaraju said he had chalked four-pronged approach. Firstly, constituting the Subject Club to train teachers the mode of teaching of each subject.

This helped in achieving the uniform method of coaching in all schools. Besides, it also helped teachers to get control over subjects. Secondly, the tune of all the poems was composed, stored in CDs and supplied to all the schools instead of asking the students to mug up.

This made students to recite the poems in tune and it got recorded in their mind. Thirdly,  the copies of all the question papers of six subjects of previous years were circulated to all the schools well in advance. Based on those model question papers, the teachers trained the students.

Fourthly, the ‘Pariksha Mitra’ was prepared containing subjects which was sufficient to score 40 marks easily and supplied to all the students a few days before the annual examination. This four mantra helped the district to climb up the ladder of success. The chief executive officer of Zilla Panchayat also held discussion with headmasters of all the schools on how to improve the SSLC results, he added.

The deputy director said the district had recorded 67.21 per cent result last year and this year it is 81.32 per cent. OUt of the total 24,505 students who wrote the examination, 19,927 students have passed.

As usual the girls have gained an upper hand over the boys. Out of 19,927 students, 1,271 have passed in distinction, 7,698 in first class, 4878 in second class and 6,033 in pass class. There are 494 schools of which 62 are aided, 171 government and 89 unaided schools and all of them have achieved 80 per cent result.


The SSLC results announced on Thursday has brought cheers among the students of the district as the overall percentage of the district has improved by 6.41 per cent. This has helped the district to retain its third slot this year too.

Mandya district has secured achieved 85.53 per cent results this year, 6.41 pc more than the last year’s 79.12 per cent. Around 27,000 students had appeared for the exams held in March, he added.

Deputy Director of Department of Public Instructions Gopal who was happy over the district’s performance, attributed the success to teachers and students.

Extra coaching in all the subjects was organised by experts to improve the overall percentage of the district. Apart from the district-level preparatory exams, taluk-level exams too were held to prepare the students for the main exams and teachers played a major role in clarifying the doubts until the last day of the exams, he said.

The detailed report of results of private, aided and unaided educational institutions in the district and taluks are expected on Friday. As expected the cyber cafes across the city were seen crowded with enthusiastic students waiting for the results to be updated online from afternoon itself.


Achieving 79.94 per cent results in the annual SSLC examinations, the Chamarajanagar district has got 18th position compared to 20th position last year. Of 12,079 students who appeared for exams, 9,583 students have passed. However, the slight improvement in the pass percentage has brought smiles for the authorities of Department of Public Instructions.

Students flocked the cybercafes to see the results. Meanwhile, a school run by the Vishwa Hindu Parishat has recorded cent per cent results. Of 65 students who had written exams, 37 of them secured distinction and 28 have passed in first class.
An English Medium School in Somawarpet too has secured 100 per cent results.