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Standard VII students across 733 Sikshana schools in Karnataka outperformed the state rural average significantly as shown in the graph above. More..
Ramanagara district placed in the 7th position this year in the 10th standard State Board (SSLC) Examination , a significant improvement over last year's 17th position. Sikshana adopted 104 government high schools registered an overall pass percentage of 87.03%. More..
Sikshana's work in Primary schools is focused on ensuring that the students will acquire the necessary reading and arithmetic skills before they enter High School. One quantitative measure for this is the ASER report developed by Pratham, India (www.asercentre.org). Based on that Sikshana defines minimum reading skill in mother tongue for Std 7 as ability to read Std 2 level text. Similarly for arithmetic the ability to divide a 3 digit number by single digit number is the expected minimum. For the year 2014-15 the Karnataka ASER state rural average is 29% in Arithmetic and 64% in Kannada for Std 7. The assessment data collected from 733 higher primary schools under Sikshana intervention is shown below:
|Area/Block||No. of Schools||No. of Students||Maths ASER %||Kannada ASER %|
|2014 ASER Reported State Rural Avg.||29.0||64.2|
Sikshana schools in Channapatna and Magadi taluk have registered an overwhelming 93.2% and 91.3% pass percentage respectively. 61 schools out of 104 in Ramanagar district have registered a pass percentage of 90 and above, with the State average at 81%. Of these, 16 schools in Ramanagar district have registered 100% results this year. 22 students scored 90% and above in their board exams.
|Taluk/Block||No. of Schools||No. of Students||Pass Avg.||Schools with 100% pass|
|Ramanagar District Total||104||5,214||87%||16|