Of 2,31,125 students who appeared for the examination, 12,161 passed
Science and commerce students perform better
Chandini S. Prasad secures third place in the State with 587 out of 600 marks
MYSORE: Mysore district has improved its performance in the second year pre-university examination this year. The district has registered a pass percentage of 53.91 and has secured the 9th position in the State.
Out of 2,31,125 students who appeared for the exams, 12,161 students cleared the examination.
Commerce students performed better. Out of 5,050 students, 3,458 passed the examination. Out of 6,943 science students, 4,223 passed. There was a dip in the pass percentage among students in the arts stream. Out of 11,132 students only 4,576 students passed the examination.
Chandini S. Prasad, a science student of Marimallappa Pre-University College, led the scroll of honour by coming third in the State. She has scored 100 out of 100 in the core subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology. Her overall score is 587 out of 600 marks. Ms. Prasad has been a topper throughout. In the SSLC examination she scored 595 out of 625.
Out of 799 students from the college who appeared for the examination, 128 have secured distinction and 30 students missed distinction by one mark. Three students secured cent per cent in Biology.
The other toppers from the college include science students Akbar Ali with 576 marks and Bilal with 571 marks while in the commerce stream M.S. Poojashri scored 567 and Vaishnavi Gadiyara scored 565.
Sadvidya Composite Pre-University College too achieved impressive results. Out of 511 students who appeared for the examination, 500 passed (97.10 per cent), of which 256 students secured distinction while there were 473 students who secured first class. In the science stream, the pass percentage was 98.63 and in commerce stream, the pass percentage was 98.5.
Among the toppers, science students S. Suhasini secured 586 marks, N. Srilakshmi scored 585, Neha Seshadri scored 584, D. Nandini scored 582, V.R. Archana secured 582 and J. Divyashree scored 580. Among the commerce students, S. Manohari secured 580 marks.
The students of Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala lived up to the institution’s reputation of securing near cent-per-cent results. Out of 53 students who appeared for the exam, 27 students passed with distinction and 24 secured first class.
The topper from the institution was M.R. Keshavamurthy of Bangalore who scored 576. He secured 100 out of 100 in Chemistry and Mathematics and 99 out of 100 in Physics and Biology, said Swami Muktidananda, correspondent, of the institution.
The other educational institution which registered a high pass percentage was SVEI Composite Pre-University College with 96.55.