Higher Secondary Examination (HSC) / +2 (State
Board) / XII / 12th - Results 2010
Friday, 14 May 2010
: Students who took the Class XII Higher Secondary Examination this March have recorded a pass percentage of 85.2, according to the results declared by the Directorate of Government Examinations here on Friday. This is a 2.2-percentage point increase over last year's 83 per cent.
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While the overall pass percentage is the highest this decade, the percentage of students securing a first class (above 60 per cent) has fallen to 52.8 per cent from 55.66 last year.
In keeping with the trend of the last several years, girls have outdone boys.
The pass percentage among girls is 88 per cent, while among boys it is 81.9 per cent. Girls of this batch have also recorded a 2.5-percentage point increase compared to 85.5 per cent they obtained last year.
As many as 1,762 students have scored a centum in Mathematics. However, the number is considerably less compared to last year, when 4,060 students obtained full marks in the subject. This year, a section of students and teachers had observed that the Mathematics question paper was lengthy and difficult.
For port city Tuticorin, it was time to celebrate, as R.Pandian
of S.V. Hindu Vidyalaya Higher Secondary School (HSS) emerged State topper among students who studied Tamil as their first language, obtaining a total of 1,187 out of 1,200.
of Vivekananda Higher Secondary School, Namakkal, and C.Karunya
of S.V. Mandir Matriculation HSS., Krishnagiri, obtained the second rank in the category, with a total of 1,186.
The third rank in the category was shared by 5 students – P.Pradakshna
of CVPACRR Matriculation HSS., Virudhunagar; B.Abinaya
of BVB Matriculation HSS., Erode; S.Manochitra
of Kurinji Matriculation HSS., Namakkal; F.Anto Nazarene
of Arasunagar Matriculation HSS., Ariyalur; and Srividya Sampath
of Prince Matriculation HSS., Madipakkam, Chengalpattu, with all of them scoring 1,185.
In the category of students who had taken Tamil or any other language as first language, Anu Asaithambi of DAV Matriculation HSS., Chennai, emerged first in the State with a total of 1,188.
The number of centums is less in Mathematics compared to last year. The number of centums in
individual subjects for the past five years: