Bhatkal SSLC results 2020; 83.60% pass, 3 Govt Schools get 100 pc results

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 10th August 2020, 11:50 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: The percentage of students who passed in Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam, has dropped to 83.60% said by Bhatkal Block education officer Devdas Moger.

The overall pass percentage fell by about four points compared to the previous year. In 2019, the pass percentage was 85.35.

Government schools in the Bhatkal have registered 85.08 pass percentage, while aided schools had a figure of 68.75 per cent and unaided schools 85.96 per cent.

Three Government schools in Bhatkal have registered cent per cent results - Government High School Tenginagudi, Government High School Gorte and Kittur Rani Chanamma Residential School Bhatkal.

Aditi U Pai of St. Thomas High School, Shirali topped with 619 marks (99.04%) standing first in Bhatkal. Parath Pundalik Pai of Vidya Bharathi English Medium High School, Bhatkal with 617 marks (98.72%) secured 2nd position and Prakruti Chandrakant Nayak of R.N.S. Vidyaniketan High School, Murdeshwar stood 3rd position in Bhatkal taluk with 613 marks (98.08%).

Sinchana Anant Moger of Anand Ashram School (97.92%), Manoj Irraya Naik of KPS Ternamakki (97.90%), Madhan Nagendera Naik (97.76%), Ramala Taskeen (97.76%) and Yogeshwar Prabhu (97.28%) of Anand Ashram School, Priyanka Raghavendra Jogi of Kittur Rani Chennamma Residential School, Bhatkal (97.28%), Hirthik Harikant of Siddharta English Medium School, Shirali (97.12%) and Swati Subhash Kamath of Anand Ashram Convent School (97.12%) were toppers of Bhatkal as per release from Bhatkal BEO office.

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