The minister said 8,71,443 students took the exam and they all passed except one girl who did not attend.
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He said that the pass rate this year is … per cent as compared to 1.80 per cent last year. On 19th and 22nd July, the examinations conducted in the shadow of Kovid-1 of were held on ‘OMR sheet’ as opposed to the traditional method of writing the examination on the answer sheet.
1 July The first paper was a combination of math, science, and social studies – in three hours, and the second paper on 22 July was like Kannada, English, or Sanskrit.
Nagesh told reporters that 157 students got 2525 out of 2525, where 29 students got 23223 and two students got 2222.
Last year 6 students got 625 out of 625, while 11 got 624 and 43 got 623, the minister explained.
According to the minister, 1,28,931 students (16.52 per cent) got A + grade in 90 per cent of the students; 2,50,317 students (32.07 percent) got A grade with 80 to 89 percent.
He added that 2,87,684 students got B grade and 1,13,610 got C grade.
Among those who took part in the test were 126 private candidates, who were over 50 years of age and 287 who were between 46 and 50 years of age.
The Karnataka government, like other state and central boards, has decided to take the SSLC exam, as it considers it important for the stream selection of students.
The government, however, made it clear that it would not fail anyone because the exams were held in abnormal conditions when regular classes were not held and most students attended online classes due to restrictions related to Kovid-1.
Detailed measures were taken at this time to prevent any child from getting Covid-1 infection.
The examination centers were doubled and the government arranged for the students to travel.
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