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Karnataka II PUC supplementary exam records only 37% pass percentage

Karnataka II PUC Supplementary Result 2022: According to the board, a total of 1,85415 candidates applied for the exam, 1,75,905 appeared, 65,233 passed and 9,510 absent.

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Karnataka II PUC Additional Result 2022: The board of the Pre-university Board (PU) announced on Monday the results of the additional exam that was held between 12 and 28 August. According to the board, a total of 1,85415 candidates registered for the exam, 1,75,905 appeared, 65,233 passed and 9,510 absent. However, the success rate was recorded at 37.08 percent.

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A total of 24,530 students passed in arts, 20,124 in commerce and 20,579 in science. Girls performed better with a 40.30% pass rate compared to the boys who scored 34.91%.

In the PU results released in June, the pass rate was recorded at 61.88%, with only 4,22,966 graduating out of the 6,83,563 students who appeared. With 2,60,597 students failing, only 1,75,905 took the supplementary exam, leaving 84,692 students from the PU system.

Moreover, of the 1,75,905 who appeared for the supplementary exam, 1,10,672 students failed, representing a whopping 1,95,364 students who failed their PU exam this year.

A senior education official said this is a “disturbing” trend because most students would not have taken the exam seriously, while some would have neglected academics to enter skilled professions.

“There is no one to train the students who appear for additional exams because it is more self-study. Some would not have taken the exam seriously while some would have chosen to work in a skilled profession. However, the problem is in the system where the industry and institutions cannot respond to the suitability and interest of the students at an early stage. Not every student can excel in academia. It is essential that parents, teachers and the industry work in sync to identify the areas of interest of the students and work towards improving them effectively,” the official said.

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Commenting on the current trend of the performance of PU students in the exam, R Ramachandran, director of the PU board, said: “Normally, the pass rate in PU exams is low. However, I cannot say whether this is a worrying trend or not.”

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