Kerala SSLC exam News - Schools in Gulf countries record 98.8 % pass in Kerala SSLC exam

A total of 490 out of 496 students from schools in Gulf countries have passed Kerala Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) Grade X examination with eligibility for higher studies.

Education Minister Abdu Rabb announced the results here on Thursday. The results this time set a new record with 93.64 per cent of the 470,100 candidates registering a win. Last year the pass percentage was 92.09 per cent.

The pass percentage of students in the 10 Gulf schools affiliated to the Kerala board is 98.8 per cent. The pass percentage last year is slightly more than last year’s 98.7 per cent  but  the number of top scorers is less. Only four students have secured A+ grade in all the subjects.

They belonged to Model School, Abu Dhabi, Indian School, Fujairah, New Indian Model School, Sharjah and New Indian Model School, Dubai. The Model School alone had 16 such distinction last year.

Seven out of ten schools in the Gulf have recorded 100 per cent pass. They are with number of students in the bracket are: New Indian Model School, Dubai (77), New Indian Model School, Sharjah (39), The Indian School, Fujairah (40), The Model School, Abu Dhabi (89), M E S Indian School, Doha (29) and The New Indian School, Umm Al Quwain (33). The English School, Umm Al Quwain and The New Indian Model School, Al Ain, missed the distinction with one each students failing in the examination. Thirty two students had appeared for the exam in the English School and 31 in The New Indian Model School. Fifty out of 52 students in the New Indian H S S, Ras Al Khaimah passed and 72 out of 74 in the Gulf Model School, Dubai. Last year 12 schools had registered 100 per cent. However, the total number of schools that participated in the examination came down from 14 in 2011 to 10 .

The Education Minister said that overall performance of the students had shown marked improvement. As many as 6995 candidates secured A+s for all subjects. A total of 711 schools registered cent per cent pass in the examination held throughout Kerala, Gulf and Lakshadweep. —

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