SSC results today.

HYDERABAD: SSC-2011 results will be released on Thursday at 11.30 am. The director of government examinations said on Wednesday that the results will be released by K Parthasarathy, minister for school education, in the city. The SSC scores this year will be in the form of grades and not marks.

Starting this year, the state government has introduced ‘absolute grading system’ for SSC, wherein students will be given a particular grade based on their marks in the examination.

The secondary education department issued a GO (Go Rt No 119) to this effect on Wednesday. The GO stated that from SSC-2011, students who score between 92-100 marks in an examination will be given A1 grade. From 83 to 91%, the grade would be A2,75 to 82% B1, 67 to 74%, it would be B2, 59 to 66% C1, 51 to 58% C2, 43 to 50% D1, 35 to 42% D2 and 34 and below E. The grading system introduced is similar to the one followed by CBSE.

Dr Satyanarayana, commissioner and director, school education department stated that absolute grading is introduced as per the recommendations of the central government.

Pronoti Suhasini Kavuri, director of government examinations, stated that students this year will also be allowed to get photostat copies of their answer scripts.

Source : TOI

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