Mysuru slips to 21st place in SSLC result
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Mysuru slips to 21st place in SSLC result

Mysuru: In a dismal performance, Mysuru has slipped to 21st place from as high as eighth last year, in the SSLC exam results that were announced here this afternoon in Bengaluru by Tanveer Sait, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education.

The overall pass percentage in the State this year is 67.87 per cent, a drop of eight per cent when compared to last year. Mysuru has recorded 72.03 pass percentage as compared to 85.8 per cent last year.

Udupi topped the list followed by Dakshina Kannada, Chikkodi Educational District, Sirsi Educational District and Uttara Kannada District.

This year three students have scored cent per marks in all the subjects-625/625, while six students bagged 624/625 and 13 students 623/625. Bidar district was at the bottom of the list.

Supplementary exams will be held from June 15, said  Tanveer Sait.

May 12, 2017

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