Chikkaballapur district registers 72.95 per cent result

Chikkaballapur district registers 72.95 per cent result

The district has seen a fall in the SSLC results this year. In the 25th place in the State in last year's SSLC results, Chikkaballapur has slipped to 31st place this year, with 72.95 per cent in the exams.

Of the 242 schools in the district, only 47- seven government, one aided and 39 unaided schools- have got cent per cent result.


Among the students, 11,868 of the 16,268 who appeared for the exams have passed. While 707 have passed with distinction, 4,205 students have got first class, 2,594 second class and 4,291 have got third class.

As many as 7,776 girls appeared and 5,849 have passed. This includes 1,776 of the 2,373 girls in the urban areas and 4,073 of the 5,403 girls in the rural areas who appeared for the exams.

Among the boys, 6,019 of the 8,492 students who appeared have passed. In the urban areas, 2,570 boys appeared and 1,800 passed, while in the rural areas, 4,219 of the 5,922 boys who appeared have passed.

At school level, government schools have 67.63 per cent as pass results- 2,708 of the 4,004 students have passed. In aided schools, 1,335 of the 2,199 students who appeared have passed, with 60.71 per cent, and in unaided schools, 2,289 students appeared and 1,976 passed, the result being 86.33 per cent.

Varied percentage

As many as 47 government, seven aided and 83 unaided schools all over Chikkaballapur district have got more than 80 per cent in the exams. Schools getting between 60 and 80 per cent were divided as 36 government, 10 aided and nine unaided.

Up to 24 government, eight aided and five unaided schools got between 40 and 60 per cent in the exams. Less than 40 per cent was scored by three government, four aided and six unaided schools. Only one unaided school has got zero pass percentage.

Among the repeaters, 423 of the 1,738 men and 204 of the 671 women passed, with the percentage being 26.03. Of the five blind boys who answered the exams, four have passed and of the four blind girls, three have passed.

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