Maharashtra SSC Results: A total of 95.30 percent students passed the March 2020 SSC exams conducted by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), the results of which were declared on Wednesday. Officials said the biggest attraction was a staggering record of 242 students across the state achieving an overall 100 percent score – 500/500 – in results compared to only 20 in 2019.
MSBSHSE Chairperson Shakuntala Kale said that a total of 15,75,103 students appeared for the SSC exams, out of which 15,01,105 – 95.30 percent were declared successful.
She said that among the nine mandals, Konkan region registered the best performance with a pass percentage of 98.77, followed by Kolhapur (97.64), Pune (97.34), Mumbai (96.72), Amravati (95.14), Nagpur (93.84), Nashik ( 93.73), Latur (93.09) while Aurangabad (92) was the lowest.
There is a significant improvement in overall passing compared to 77.10 percent in 2019, despite facing students due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, he said.
Black attributed the increase in pass percentage to re-introduction of internal exams, oral tests, activity-based questions and more.
Again, with an overall passing percentage of 96.91, girls performed better than boys, with a total passing percentage of 93.90.
Candidates passed out of 22,570 schools in the state, out of which 8,360 schools secured 100 percent pass percentage.
83,262 candidates scored in the plus-90 percent, with 242 students achieving 100 percent in the examination.
These include 47 students from two Latur schools – 25 from Sri Keshavraj Madhyam Vidyalaya and 22 from Sri Deshikendra Vidyalaya.
Another one of the 7 students who achieved a full 100 percent is from Sriprato Bhosle High School in Osmanabad, and others are scattered all over the state.
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