Thanjavur records pass percentage of 90.86

Special Correspondent
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In the Secondary School Leaving Certificate examinations

: Thanjavur district recorded a pass percentage of 90.86 in the SSLC examinations held in March 2011.

According to Balasubramanian, Chief Educational Officer, a total of 28,906 students appeared for the examinations in the district. Out of them, 26,263 passed out.

In Thanjavur educational district alone 8,293 students (3,849 boys and 4,444 girls) wrote the examinations. Out of them 7,755 (3,524 boys and 4,231 girls) passed out.

In Kumbakonam educational district 10,746 students (4,884 boys and 5,862 girls) wrote the examinations.

Out of them 4,198 boys and 5,269 girls totalling 9,487 students passed out.

In Pattukottai educational district 9,867 students (4,549 boys and 5,318 girls) wrote the examinations.

Out of them 9,041 students (4,042 boys and 4,999 girls) passed out.


Tiruvarur district recorded a pass per centage of 76.10. This is less than 82.91 per cent recorded in 2009-10.

This year 17,141 students wrote the examinations in the district. Out of them 13,046 were successful.

Thirteen schools got cent per cent results in SSLC exams and 20 in Matriculation exams.

Schools that got

centum results

Six Government High Schools, two Government aided Higher Secondary Schools, one Adi Dravida Welfare Higher Secondary School and four private (self-financing) high schools have secured cent per cent results in Tiruvarur district.

The government high schools are the ones at Kovilvenni, Alankadu, Sengalipuram, Vadakarai, Keeranur and Thulasendrapuram.

Government-aided higher secondary schools are GRM Higher Secondary School at Tiruvarur and St. Teresa's Higher Secondary School at Thiruthuraipoondi.

One Adi Dravida Welfare School is at Abishekapuram.

Four private high schools are Sri Bharathi Vidayalaya, Mannargudi, P.R. High School at Mazhavarayanallur, Mother India High School at Vazhacheri and Merit High School at Senthamangalam.

Twenty Matriculation higher secondary schools got centum result.




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