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    Telangana State Residential Schools Achieve 98.25% Pass Percentage in TS SSC Results 2023

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    The percentage of students passing their exams was lowest in Government Schools, with only 72.39% passing. T.S. Residential, Social Welfare Residential, Residential, Minority Residential, Tribal Welfare Residential, Model Schools and Private Schools had a better passing percentage than the state average. BC-Welfare had even more students passing. However, KGBV, Aided, ZP, Ashram and Govt. schools had a lower passing percentage than the state average at 86.60%.

    Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy spoke to the students who did not pass their exams and advised them not to lose hope. She also advised them not to take any extreme steps due to depression.

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    In summary, some schools had a higher percentage of students passing their exams than others, and the Minister offered words of encouragement to those who did not pass.

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