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    The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class X results were released on Wednesday. This year, 4,84,370 students appeared for the exam and 4,19,460 students cleared it, achieving an 86.60% pass percentage. Nirmal district secured the highest pass percentage of 99%, while Vikarabad district scored the lowest pass percentage of 59.46%. Girls had a higher pass percentage of 88.53% compared to boys at 84.68%. Out of the total private students who appeared for the exam this year, 44.51% passed.

    Residential schools secured the highest pass percentage of 98.25%, while government schools secured the lowest pass percentage of 72.39%. Among all the districts, Nirmal has the highest pass percentage of 99%. It was followed by Asifabad with 98.7%. According to the Board of Secondary Education, around 6,123 students scored 10 points, which is fewer than last year when around 11,000 students scored 10 points.

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    Telangana Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy said that this year, the number of papers was reduced from 11 to 6 and study material was provided for government school students. Special classes will be conducted for students who could not pass the exam, as advanced supplementary exams will be conducted from June 14. The Education Department will also check with schools where students could not perform well and take efforts to help them. Students are advised to think about the consequences before making any wrong decisions that can destroy their bright future and remember the efforts of their parents.

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