Kurnool girl is SSC topper in Andhra Pradesh

Kurnool students have bagged six of the top 10 places in the SSC public examinations this year. In the res-ults announced on Thursday, Gangula Charvitha, of Keshav Reddy English Medium High School, Nandyal, Kurnool, took the first rank with 591 marks out of 600. The second spot went to T. Ritesh Chandra of Sri Lamxi English Medium High School, Kurnool, who scored 587 marks.

In third spot was A. Vandana of Kakatiya High School, Nizamabad, with 586 marks, followed by Pyreddy Mary Arpitha of Keshav Reddy Talent School, Kurnool (586). In fifth was Masood Meena, who scored 586 marks, of Keshav Reddy Talent School, Kurnool, and in sixth was Garikapati Vrandha (585) of Bhashyam High School, SR Nagar, Hyderabad. Vinnakota Venkataratna Ushaswini (584) of Keshav Reddy Talent school, Kurnool, took the seventh rank and Adi Reddy Muralidhar Reddy (583) Keshav Reddy high school, Kurnool, placed eighth. M. Shravani (583) of Kakatiya High School, Nizamabad, and Ch Surya Kumar (582) of SSS Vidh English Medium School, Kadiam, East Godavari, rounded of the top ten for the examinations held in March.

A pass percentage of 75.47 was recorded in the examinations this year. A total of 7,22,137 successful candidates saw the pass percentage go up by 3.82 per cent from last year. As in the recent past, girls fared better than boys, even if only marginally this year, with an overall pass percentage of 75.84. The pass percentage for boys is 75.14 per cent. Of the 9,56,887 students who appeared as regular candidates for SSC exams, 3,78,129 boys and 3,44,008 girls passed the exams. As many as 4,55,660 candidates secured first class, while 1,80,314 candidates second class and 86,163 candidates third class.

The districts at the top and the bottom on the results chart are both in Telangana. Nizamabad led with a pass percentage of 89.01 per cent, while Adilabad recorded a poor 58.67 per cent. There were 3,08,566 private candidates, out of which 78,776 boys and 52,129 girls passed. In the special SSC test conducted for 892 candidates who missed the exams in March due to various reasons, 107 boys and 81 girls passed.

This year, 1,453 schools secured 100 per cent results, a significant increase from the 1,118 schools last year. Only eight schools had a zero per cent success rate, with none of the students passing, from the 24 schools of last year. “The advanced supplementary exams for candidates who failed would be held from June 11 to June 24 between 9.30 am and 12 noon. The due date for remittance of exam fee is June 5,” said Mr Damodara Rajanarasimha, minister for school education, who released the SSC results.

He said marksheets will be given to all candidates within 10 days to facilitate admission into first year Intermediate courses. “The nominal rolls of failed candidates will be dispatched to the concerned schools by June 25. The candidates failed in Special SSC exams are also eligible to write advanced supplementary exam,” the minister said. Candidates who want to get their answer papers re-evaluated should submit a DD (Rs 150 per subject) from SBH/SBI in favour of Secretary to the Commissioner for Government Examinations, AP, with the re-evaluation application from May 17 to June 6.

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One Response to “Kurnool girl is SSC topper in Andhra Pradesh”

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