Telangana SSC Results 2022: 90% students pass exams; Siddipet records highest pass %

Girls outdid the boys securing a pass percentage of 92.45% over 87.61%. A total of 2,48,416 girls appeared for the exam and 2,29,422 of them passed. Meanwhile, of the 2,55,433 boys who appeared for the exam, 2,23,779 passed.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  30 Jun 2022 10:41 AM GMT
Telangana SSC Results 2022: 90% students pass exams; Siddipet records highest pass %

Hyderabad: The Telangana school education department announced the SSC examination results for the academic year 2021-22 on 30 June. Of the 5,03,579 students who appeared for the class X exams this year, 4,53,201 students passed.

Ninety per cent of the regular students passed the exam. Girls outdid the boys securing a pass percentage of 92.45% over 87.61%. A total of 2,48,416 girls appeared for the exam and 2,29,422 of them passed. Meanwhile, of the 2,55,433 boys who appeared for the exam, 2,23,779 passed.

Of the 819 private students who appeared for the exam this year, 425 passed, i.e., a pass percentage of 51.89%.

Residential schools secured the highest pass percentage of 99.32% while government schools secured the lowest pass percentage of 75.86%. Residential, BC Welfare, Tribal Welfare Residential, Minority Residential, Social Welfare, KGBV, and private schools recorded higher pass percentages than the state average (90%). Ashram, aided, government, and ZP schools secured lower pass percentages than the state average.

Announcing the results, Telangana education minister Sabitha Indra Reddy said the students faced several obstacles in the last two years due to Covid-19. "The last time these students wrote an exam was in class VII," she said and added that the government had taken steps to ensure that the children are not burdened.

"Only 70% of the syllabus was considered. The number of papers was also reduced from 11 to six and the examination time was also increased," the minister said.

A total of 3,007 schools secured 100% pass percentage whereas 15 schools secured zero pass percentage.

The minister congratulated all the students and staff members and requested all students who failed to prepare for the supplementary exams that are scheduled to be conducted in August. "Special classes of 1-2 hours should be conducted for students who failed," she said.

District-wise results

Among the 33 districts, Siddipet recorded the highest pass percentage of 97.5%. Nirmal had the second-highest pass percentage of 97.73% and Sangareddy had the third-highest pass percentage of 96.75%.

Hyderabad, Komaram Bheem Asifabad, and Jogulamba Gadwal were the three districts that secured the least pass percentages of 79.63%, 79.99%, and 85.64%, respectively.

"In the districts with the least pass percentages, we will put more effort. Similarly, we will also check with the schools where the students could not perform well," said the minister.

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