C'magalur takes quantum jump

C'magalur takes quantum jump

District reaches 11th position this year as against 22nd position last year

The SSLC result, which was out on Thursday showed that girls, like every year have managed to bag laurels for the district with their outstanding performance in the examination.

The district has bagged a total of 83.52 per cent and with this it has reached 11th position in the State. The district has taken a massive leap in its position as it stood at 22nd position last year with just 78.23 per cent.

However, R Tripthi from St Mary’s High Schools stands first in the district with a total
of 617 and 98.72 pc. She stands sixth in the State. M L Dhanush from Model English High School has scored total of 615 and stands second in the district with 98.4 per cent.

A total of 14,700 students appeared for the examination this year, of which 12,277 students have passed. A total of 7,137 boys appeared for the examination, of which 5,754 passed while 7,563 girls appeared, of which 6,523 have passed.

St Mary’s School has bagged cent per cent result for the seventh consecutive year. Of the 79 students who appeared for the examination, 30 have passed with distinction, 44 with first class and five with second class. Kote Adithya from this school has bagged 98.24 per cent with total of 614.

Chikmagalur Taluk Siravase Vivekananda High school has bagged 100 per cent result and of the 46 students who appeared for the examination one student has bagged distinction.

Jnanarashmi English Medium Higher Primary School has scored cent per cent result and of the 23 students who appeared for the examination two have passed with distinction.

Model English medium school has also scored cent per cent result and of the 37 students who appeared for the examination, eight have scored distinction.

Topper speaks

Speaking to Deccan Herald top scorer of the district R Tripthi said that she is happy that she had scored precisely the same score as she expected to get. “I want to pursue my higher education. I want to become a doctor,” said Tripthi.

Daughter of AIT College employee Ramesh and Bhavani, Tripthi has scored 123 in Kannada, 99 in English, 99 in Hindi, 99 in Math, 98 in Science and 99 in Social Science.

Giving the credit of her success to her parents and teachers, she said that from time to time she was given good guidance.

Letting out secret for her success Tripthi said that she had set her schedule from commencement of classes of tenth standard and she stuck by the regime till the end. “I remained at home and studied and did not take any coaching. My teachers had taught me how to handle stress, which helped me a great deal,” she said.

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