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2 Students From St Aloysius PU College Secured 2nd Ranks In State

Miss Ilham & Miss Anisha

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As the second PU results were announced on Saturday, June 18, a total of 61.88% of students have cleared the examination, with girls scoring higher than the boys, of which, locally two girls of St Aloysius PU College, Mangaluru have secured IInd each, one in Science and the other in Commerce.

As per the press release from the office of the PU Education Board, both Dakshina Kannada (DK) and Udupi districts are on top of the list. The highest pass percentage in the state was recorded from Dakshina Kannada (88.02).

Locally here, Miss Ilham of St Aloysius PU College secured 597 out of 600 while Anisha Mallya scored 595 out of 600. Ilham was a PCMB science student while Anisha was a BSBA Commerce student, and both are thrilled and overwhelmed with their success in the exams, bringing pride to their college, parents/relatives and friends. College had also congratulated themwith boutiques and sweets along with their parents at the college.

As per sources,out of the total 5,99,974 students who wrote the examination, 4,02,697 have passed. Students in the science stream are the ones who have the maximum percentage of passing the examination. In the Arts stream, 2,27,929 students appeared for the examination out of which 1,11,032 students passed the examination. In the commerce stream, 2,45,350 students appeared for the examination and 1,59,409 passed the examination. In the Science stream, 2,10,284 appeared on the examination out of which 1,52,525 passed the examination.

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