The students who like to obtain their marks re-evaluated or simply want a answer sheet copy can apply between August 30 and September 8 with maha board msbshse. Previous year, nearly 12,56,20 students had made registration for the exam of which just 12,47,23 taken the examination. Of which, 20,116 boys & 10,372 girls qualified SSC supplementary exam.
The SSC tenth standard examination supplementary results have been released today, by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education at about 1 pm. The candidates are requested to access the official website mahresult.nic.in patiently as there will be excess online traffic.
The girls have excelled boys securing 27.05 pass percent whereas boys registered at 22.22%. The overall passing percentage done at 23.66. Overall, 1,21,059 students taken the exam of which 84,860 were boys & 36,199 were girls. Amongst them, 18,852 boys have qualified whereas 9793 girls have cleared.
Aurangabad holds the highest pass percent in MSBSHSE SSC 10th supplementary examination.
Among the districts, higest pass percent is obtained by Aurangabad with 32.83. A total of 12,959 wards taken of which 4255 have cleared. Amaravati district is at the 2nd position with 31.77 pass per cent. Mumbai results remains less with 14.21 per cent students qualifying the SSC examinations. Nearly 33,397 students appeared of them 4747 passed.
A total of 1,22,000 students giving registration from which 1.21 lakh sat for the exam. Only 28,645 students were able to pass the exam. However, the pass percentage remains less with 23.66%.
This academic year, in the main exam, Shrutika Jagadish Mahajan from Chandrakant Patkar School, Dombivli, had ranked top in Maharashtra SSC 10th exams with 100%. The 2nd rank was scored by Sanika Sanjay Gaikwad from Vidya Niketan School, with 99.80 percent and Khushi Ajay Vora from DSRV Borivali was at the 3rd position with 99.60 per cent.