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The SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate Exam) exam results announced by Education Minister P.K. Abdu Rabb here on Thursday 26th April, 2012, has set an all-time record win of 93.64 % which is 2.29 % higher than the previous year. In all, 4, 69,919 students appeared for the examination this year and among them 6995 students secured `A plus' grade for all subjects. This all-time record win is without any moderation and since 2005 no moderation has been granted. In all, 711 schools registered 100 % pass in the state this year as against 577 schools last year.
Kannur revenue district recorded the highest pass percentage of 96.93 while Palakkad revenue district has the lowest pass percentage of 86.91. In terms of education district, Kanjangad recorded the highest pass percentage of 98.52 and Palakkad education district the lowest pass percentage of 85.04. The maximum number of candidates who secured A+ grade is in Kozhikode revenue district with 922 students and Kannur education district with 452 students. The maximum number of candidates appeared for SSLC exam from Malappuram revenue district with 73,867 and Thirur education district with 35,757 candidates.
Regarding the maximum number of students who appeared from an exam centre it was 1,476 students at Pattom St Mary's Higher Secondary School and the least number of five students at GHSS Vanchiyoor, both in the city. Of the 711 schools that secured cent percent pass in the state, 248 are aided schools, 253 unaided schools and 210 government schools. The Certificates will reach the Education Department Offices in each district by May 15, for distribution to the candidates. Regular school going candidates who had failed to secure even D plus grade In SSLC exam can appear for the SAY (Save a Year) Supplementary Examination from May 14 to 18.
The candidates who could not appear in two subject papers at the exam or due to some ailment or health problem or death of immediate family members (father, mother or siblings) of the candidate are also eligible to appear for the SAY Exam. The candidates planning to appear for SAY exam need to submit the application with fees and a computer printout in proof of the grade to the concerned School Headmaster by May 3 before 4 PM. Further details and results can be had from websites:
Courtesy: Times of India
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