Karnataka SSLC Results 2022: 85.63% pass, 7,30,881 students clear exam
Bengaluru, May 13: The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board has announced the results of the SSLC (Second School Leaving Certificate) on Thursday.
This year, a total of 8,53,436 students had registered for the exams out of which 7,30,881 (85.63 per cent) students have passed. As always, the passing percentage of girls is higher than boys.
While 90.29 per cent of girls have cleared the exams, 81.30 per cent of boys have passed the SSLC exams in 2022. Interestingly, 145 students have scored 625 marks out of 625, 329 score 624 marks and 472 students secure 623 marks.
Those who have failed the exams can write the supplementary exams which is scheduled to be held on June 27.
|Total Number of Students Who Took Exam||8,53,436|
|Pass Percentage||85.63 %|
|Total Number of Students Who Passed||7,30,881|
|Total Number of Boys Who Wrote Exam||4,41,099|
|Total Number of Boys Passed This Year||3,58,602|
|Total Number of Girls Who Wrote Exam||4,12,337|
|Total Number of Girls Passed This Year||3,72,279|
|Boys Passing Percentage||81.3 %|
|Girls Passing Percentage||90.29 %|
A total of 191,25 students secured cent marks in the first language, 13,458 in the second language, 43,126 in the third language, 13,683 students in maths, 6,592 in science and 50,782 in social science.
Amit Madar from Jumanala village in Vijayapura district has been declared the topper in the recently-held SSLC exams. "He has made us proud. He always had big dreams and always focused on his studies. He used to spend 8-10 hours a day for studies. His hard work has paid off," his sister told Oneindia Kannada.
Karnataka SSLC Toppers 2022
Amit Madar from Vijaypura
Bhumika BR from Tumkur
Preeven Nirangi from Haveri
Sahana Mahanteshi Rayar from Belgavi
Ashwiriya Laxman Kanase from Vijayapura
Akruthis SS from Chikkamagaluru
Arjun E Naik from Hassan
Chirag Mahesh Naik from Sirsi
Eaktha M G from Mysore
The exams for Class 10 in the state were conducted between March 28 and April 11 with Covid-19 guidelines in place. It was held across 3,440 centres in the state.