Dr. Anjali Nimbalkar

Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka has recorded a significant improvement in the results of the 1st Pre-University Course (PUC) examinations this year. The district has recorded a pass percentage of 95.47%, which is a notable increase from last year’s 90.71%.

Out of the 28,026 students who appeared for the exams, 26,717 passed. The pass percentage for girls was 96.53%, while that of boys was 94.47%. The district has also seen an increase in the number of students who have scored above 90%, with 4,220 students achieving this milestone.
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Out of the 28,026 students who appeared for the exams, 26,717 passed. The pass percentage for girls was 96.53%, while that of boys was 94.47%. The district has also seen an increase in the number of students who have scored above 90%, with 4,220 students achieving this milestone.

The government and education officials have commended the efforts of the students and teachers and have announced cash prizes for the top-performing students and teachers. The improvement in the results can be attributed to the various measures  taken by the government and the education department to enhance the quality of education in the district. The government has been focused on providing better infrastructure and facilities to schools, as well as conducting regular training programs for teachers.

The positive results are a testament to the efforts made by the government and the education department to improve the quality of education in the district. It is expected that these efforts will continue to yield positive results in the future, leading to even better academic performance from the students.

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