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 PUC II Exam Results - 2011
Pre-University Course(PUC) II Results 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011: In yet another dismal academic year for the Pre-University Course in the State, the percentage of students who obtained pass marks in the II PU exam slid marginally from 49.27 per cent in 2010 to 48.93 in 2011.

Out of 6,21,238 who appeared for the II PU exam, including those who took the course privately and course repeaters, only 3,03,948 cleared it.

On the brighter side, consistent with previous trends, 56.9 per cent of girls who appeared for the exam passed, compared to boys who lagged behind at 42.19 per cent. However, the total pass percentage is better compared to 2009's score of 43 per cent.

These statistics were announced by Minister for Higher Education Vishveshwar Hegde Kageri, an hour before the results were uploaded on websites for students to check. Other trends he divulged included the fact that no less than 40 of the over 3,500 PU colleges in the State reported a blank slate, which means none of the students enrolled passed. Of these, four are government colleges and the others are privately-run. “We will take these colleges to task. We will also try to find out what when wrong in places where the results are [abysmal],” Mr. Kageri said.

Meanwhile, only 16 colleges recorded an all-pass. Among other achievements listed by the Minister was the fact that the number of malpractices in the State had gone down from 603 to 335.

Rural districts recorded a pass percentage of 60.2 per cent, while urban districts recorded 59.18 per cent. Udupi, Dakshin Kannada and Uttara Kannada continued to top the charts in the district-wise break-up of performances. At 87.14 (down from 89.43 in 2010), 86.58 (88.93 in 2010) and 73.04 (77.27 in 2010), respectively, the districts continue to top the list. The bottom three slots were occupied by Yadgir (29.2 per cent), Koppal (37.47) and Raichur (39.09).

All these districts too the numbers have fallen by roughly 4 per cent compared with 2010.

Top marks
In all, 1,835 students scored a perfect hundred in individual subject papers. The subjects having the highest number of toppers include Mathematics (372), Business Studies (326), Accountancy (253) and Statistics (293).

Top marks across streams remained competitive this year too.

In line with its official policy of not announcing ranks of toppers, the PU Department announced that the top marks this year were 572 out of 600 in the arts stream, 592 in the commerce stream and 590 in the science stream.

Reserved categories
Among students who applied under various reserved categories, 36.6 per cent students registered under Scheduled Castes passed, while 40.4 per cent registered under Scheduled Tribes category passed.

In all, 12,598 students achieved distinction (above 85 per cent aggregate), 1,36,464 secured First Class (60 to 84 per cent), 78,674 secured second class (50 to 59 per cent), 76,212 secured third class (35 to 49 per cent).
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