Cent per cent result for district’s 34 schools

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Happy: Sadivdya High School student Sumukh S. Koushik (third from right), who scored the second highest marks in the State, sharing sweets with other students who scored above 600 out of a total of 625 marks, in Mysore on Saturday.
Happy: Sadivdya High School student Sumukh S. Koushik (third from right), who scored the second highest marks in the State, sharing sweets with other students who scored above 600 out of a total of 625 marks, in Mysore on Saturday.

Special Correspondent

All children of government high schools at Maduvinahalli, Tandavapura and Varkodu pass

Pass percentage in Mysore North is 80.54 while in Mysore South, it is 72.74

In Mandya district, pass percentage is 83.77 while it is 66.38 in Chamarajanagar district

Mysore: In all, 34 schools in the district secured cent per cent results and Sumukh S. Koushik of Sadvidya High School, Mysore, secured 616 marks out of 625 and has notched up the second highest score in the State.

The district registered a pass percentage of 72.84 in the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination the results of which were announced on Friday. In all, 37,010 students appeared for the examination in the district out of which 18,839 were boys of whom 13,373 of them passed while 18,171 were girls and 13,585 of them passed.

This year’s performance is significantly better compared to last year’s. It has been a significant increase since 2004-05 when the pass percentage was 64.46.

Among the taluks, the pass percentage in Hunsur was 79.89, Nanjangud (75.81); K.R. Nagar (75.62); Mysore Rural (74.96); T. Narsipura (73.18); H.D. Kote (66.63); and Periyapatna 62.75 per cent.

Institutions received the details of the results on Saturday. As far as pass percentage goes, Mysore North registered 80.54 per cent while Mysore South registered 72.74 per cent.

Of the 34 high schools with cent per cent results, five are government high schools. This includes the government high schools at Maduvinahalli, Nanjangud taluk, Tandavapura in Nanjangud taluk, Varkodu in Mysore taluk and Hellen Keller Blind School in Mysore.

Other institutions which registered cent per cent pass include Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala, St. Anne’s High School, St. Joseph’s High School, Vijaya Vitala Vidyashala, Kautilya Vidyalaya and JSS High School among others.

Sadvidya High School retained its academic excellence by securing 99.73 per cent results and 376 out of 377 students passed the examination of whom more than 31 students scored above 600 marks out of 625, 189 students secured distinction, 125 students passed with a first class and there were 23 students secured second class.

Other top scorers from the institution include R. Deepak and M.S. Shruthi who scored 614, Deepthi R. Kini (613), S. Medhini (612), S.N. Prakrithi (611), Meghana (608), and Akhilesh (607).

Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala at Yadavgiri, run by Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama, continued with its success of securing 100 per cent results. Out of the 96 students who appeared for the SSLC examination, 63 secured distinction and 32 got first class marks while only one student passed with a second class. As many as 43 students scored above 90 per cent and B.R. Lakshmikanth of Gadag topped in the school scoring 611 out of 625.

Swami Muktidananda, correspondent of Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala, told The Hindu that the success of the students could be attributed to their hard work and good time management, absence of distraction and most importantly the ability of the staff to facilitate even slow-learners catch up with the rest of the students. “Interestingly, Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala accords preference to students from rural areas and economically and socially underprivileged background at the time of admission and the student profile is divergent and reflective of the entire State,” Swami Muktidananda added.

Kautilya Vidyalaya also scored cent per cent results for the second consecutive year and significantly, P. Chetan Urs who comes from a rural background, has excelled by securing 596 out of 625 marks and topped the school while Suraj Prakash with 593 stood second.

In Marimallappa High School, the pass percentage was 99.86. Out of 487 students, 486 passed the examination. As many as 165 students secured distinction and 235 students passing with first class and the toppers include Sujith (609/625), D.S. Likhitesh (608), Anjana S. Mavinhalli (607) and N.S. Ishwarya (605).

The pass percentage in Mandya district was 83.77. Out of 24,816 students, 21,328 passed the examination. As many as 388 students got distinction and 8,466 secured first class. And, 43 schools notched up cent per cent results.

Chamarajanagar district notched up 66.38 per cent and out of 11,460 students 7,607 students cleared the examination and there were nine schools which registered cent per cent results.




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