As we all know COVID-19 has hit Russia and China again, Now it’s our turn to be very cautious.
COVID 19 third wave is almost inevitable but not clear when it will occur.
We have already witnessed two highly disturbed and chaotic academic years in the history of Indian education system.
Since India has highest number students in the world, if the third wave hits India there will be a huge impact on education and subsequent R&D all over the globe.
If we do not take enough care now, we may have to shift to online mode of teaching in this year again. That will be a huge setback to the students who are doing preparations for entrance exams like NEET, JEE etc.
This will effect rural students very much. As most of them cannot afford or have good Internet connection.
The above said point is against SOCIAL JUSTICE.
Precautions that we can take
Avoid unnecessary travel
Follow masking and sanitisation orders
Double masking (it gives extra protection against COVID 3rd wave delta variant)
Whenever you touch something or someone, it is important to sanitise.
Always keep hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes with you wherever you go.
A total of 5,90,153 students were registered as freshers, of which, 95581 got distinction, 353538 got first class and 134846 got second class.
This year, 76,344 were registered as repeaters. Out of which, only 47 got distinction while 1540 got first class and 12209 got second class. As many as 62548 repeaters managed to pass Karnataka 2nd PUC exams 2021.
In the Arts stream, 1,95,034 were registered this year. Of which, 5974 got distinction, 86113 got first class and 74119 got second class. Around 28826 candidates are in the pass class.
Similarly, 2,51,686 students were registered in the Commerce stream. A total of 22479 got distinction, 146908 students got first class, while 55825 and 26471 were in second and pass class, respectively.
In the Science stream, 2,19,777 were registered. A total of 67175 candidates achieved distinction, while 122057 got first class, followed by 17111 in second and 13432 in pass class.
A total of 335138 girls and 331359 boys were registered this year. As many as 35543 girls and 60085 boys got distinction. The number of boys in the distinction class is almost double that of girls.
The top 5 districts with the number of students who have secured 600/600 include Dakshina Kannada (445)
Bangalore South (302)
Bangalore North (261)
Udupi (149) and
The highest number of students who have scored full marks are from the Science stream. A total of 1929 students from Science stream have secured full marks, followed by 292 from Commerce and only 18 from Arts.