Exams in the 10th grade were held from April 27 to May 9 this year after a two-year break. In 2020 and 2021 all students were considered sustained because public examinations could not be conducted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Girls (70.70%) were dominated by boys (64.02%).
Of the total qualified 3,178,789 students were in the first division, receiving more than 60 percent of the points each.
Among the districts, Prokasam topped the chart with 78.30 per cent and Anantapuram the last with 49.70 per cent. The state Education Minister Boca Satyanarayana, who published the results together with Special Secretary General (Education) B. Rajsekar and the school Education Commissioner S. Surash Kumar said 797 state schools had a 100 percent success rate and 71 had zero.
In AP boarding schools run by the state government, 91.10 percent of students passed, while other public schools provided the lowest dropout rate of 50.10, the minister said.
Satyanarayana said that additional exams for students who failed will be held from 6 to 15 July.
Meanwhile, official sources said that a realistic estimate led to a low pass rate.
We made sure that there were no irregularities in the exams, and the assessment was also conducted on a realistic basis. This clearly affected the overall results, ”a senior official of the School said Education Noted in the department.
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