Hyderabad: A pass percentage of 63.27 has been registered in the Intermediate Second Year Public Examinations in the 2010-11 academic year. As usual, the girls, with a pass percentage of 66.39 continued to hold sway over the boys this year also.
The Minister for Secondary Education, Mr K. Parthasarathi, announced the results at the Board of Intermediate Education, on Thursday. According to the minister, out of a total number of 7,08,495 students appeared for the examination, 4,48,281 have passed. Of the total number of 7,08,495 students appeared for the examination, the girls accounted for 3,27,421 while the figure in respect of boys stood at 3,80,951. “The girls, with a pass percentage of 66.39 per cent, continued to hold sway over the boys this year as well. The total pass percentage in respect of boys has been registered as 60.61 per cent”, the Minister added.
Mr Parthasarathi said that Krishna district stood on top with achieving pass percentage of 76, while Nalgonda district remained at the bottom with 49 per cent.
Referring to the vocational courses, the Minister said that 56,822 students took the examination, of which 32,613 have cleared them. The pass percentage in respect of girl students was 60.62 per cent compared to 54.60 per cent of boys. Mr Parthasarathi also said that a total number of 593 malpractice cases, including 44 in the Vocational courses, have been booked during the public examinations.
“The marks sheets would be made available to all colleges by May 2. The supplementary examinations for the Second Year students would be held on May 27 and the last date for payment of examination fee was May 5”, the Minister added. He said that unlike in the past, when the results were announced only through the BSNL, the examination results would be declared through all websites and the print media. (NSS)