However, the share of students who secured distinction this 12 months has decreased when in comparison with final 12 months. While 17% students of those that handed had secured distinction final 12 months, solely 14% who handed secured it this time. The quantity of students who secured second class has gone up by 3% this time.
The II PU exam was cancelled this time as a result of of the pandemic. A 12 membered technical committee was fashioned to repair a components. It was later determined to offer 45% marks to SSLC marks 45% to I PU and 10% to the interior evaluation of II PU. A 5% grace marks was additionally given to those that got cross marks.
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“Unlike SSLC, II PU has as many as 38 subjects which has to be held. Therefore, we were not able to conduct it. However, if any student is unhappy with the marks, they can write the exam from August 19 to September 3 without paying exam fees. However, students cannot switch back to this marks then,” stated S Suresh Kumar, minister for major and secondary training, saying the outcomes on Tuesday.
A complete of 6,66,497 students had registered for the exam. Of this, 95,628 students secured distinction, 3,55,078 secured top notch, 147055 second class and 68729 cross class. The cross class 62548 are repeaters. Dakshina Kannada had the students with the biggest quantity of prime scorers (445 students), adopted by Bengaluru South (302), Bengaluru North (261), Udupi (149) and Hassan (104).
Interestingly, boys acquired extra distinction (60085 as in opposition to 35543 ladies) and top notch (191971 as in opposition to 163107 ladies). While 22% of the English medium students secured distinction, 4% of their counterparts in Kannada medium secured above 85%. 30% of the Science stream students acquired distinction, 8% in Commerce and three% in Arts acquired distinction. 1929 students in Science acquired full marks.
“While the number of students who have got promoted has increased, we have already spoken to the department of collegiate education and the higher education minister to increase the number of seats in colleges in government degree colleges to accommodate everyone,” stated Suresh Kumar.