SSLC results failed or absent - Apply for say from May 14

The criteria for students wanting to sit for the SAY examinations is as follows... Students who have failed to secure eligibility for higher studies can apply for the SAY examinations from May 14 to May 18.
Students who have failed to secure the grade needed for higher studies in two subjects are also eligible to write the SAY examinations as are regular students who were absent in any two subjects due to valid reasons.

Students who could not take part in the examinations due to an accident, chronic ailments, death of a parent or siblings can write the SAY examinations even if they have been absent in more than two examinations.

Applicants should produce certificates issued by village officer/doctor as proof of the reason. Students applying for SAY examinations should submit the application, fee, the computer printout of the grade to the headmaster of the examination centre before May 3.

The last date for submitting applications for revaluation, photocopies of answer scripts and scrutiny of answer scripts is May 4.

The results of the SAY examinations will be published in May. The results of the higher secondary examinations will be published on May 15.

School leaving certificates issued by Pareeksha Bhavan from 2001 will be made available for online scrutiny by agencies like the passport office, Norka and PSC soon.

The power to make corrections in details like date of birth, caste and name of parents entered in the SSLC book will move from Pareeksha Bhavan to the headmasters.

Girls still overtake boys in examination

Girls outsmarting boys in the SSLC examinations was a familiar feature till the rank system was replaced by the present grading system, in 2005.

It was a fact that almost all the ranks used to be bagged by girls. Though the system of awarding ranks was discontinued, statistics show that girls still have an advantage over boys.

Of the 2, 33,693 boys who appeared for the SSLC examinations, 2,16,180 passed. On the other hand, of the 2, 34,319 girls who appeared, 2, 22, 292 passed the examinations.

Gulf students put up a good show

Students from the Gulf have performed outstandingly in the SSLC examinations, recording 99 per cent passes. Of the 496 students who appeared for the examination, 490 cleared them.

But students from Lakshadweep did not perform impressively, however. Of the 1,059 students who appeared for the exam, only 732 cleared it, recording a pass percentage of 69.

outstanding performance by english medium schools

English medium schools have put up an outstanding performance in the SSLC examinations. Almost all the 253 schools in the unaided sector that bagged 100 per cent pass are English medium schools.

Of these schools, three had sent more than 200 students for the examinations. The schools are Nirmala Higher Secondary School, Muvattupuzha with 252 students, Holy Angels English Medium HSS, Adoor, with 216 students and Darshama Higher Secondary School, Nedumangad, with 200 students.

The English medium schools with 100 per cent results included six schools from the Gulf section.

The schools from the Gulf which recorded 100 per cent pass percentage included The New Indian Model School, Dubai, UAE, The New Indian Model School, Sharjah, The Indian School, Fujairah, UAE, The Model School, Abudabi, MES Indian School, Doha, Qatar and The New Indian School, Umm Al Quwain.

Private schools outshine government rivals

Private schools have set a better record when compared to government schools, in the SSLC examinations this year.

However, records show that government schools have also made steady progress when compared to the previous year.

Of the 711 schools which had recorded 100 per cent results, 210 are in the government sector, 248 in the aided sector and 253 in the unaided sector.

Last year, the number of schools with 100 per cent pass in Government-aided and unaided sectors were 155, 216 and 206 respectively. This was an increase of 55, 32 and 47 respectively.

One of the interesting statistics was that 32 of the adopted schools had also recorded 100 per cent pass percentage. The adopted schools with 100 per cent pass in 2011 were only 29.

Adopted schools were those 107 schools which had been showing poor performance continuously in the SSLC examinations and were adopted by the government as part of a project.

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