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Mahato, who studies at Apang Kalyankari Sanstha, has scored 92.40 per cent in SSC exam. He is physically-challenged as his left leg is shorter and thinner than the right one.
“I plan to opt for Arts in Class XI and then prepare for IAS,” says Kedar, who has scored 82.4 per cent in the SSC exam. Despite his good score, he isn’t happy as he expected a better score.
Mohan studied in Bal Bhavan School in Kharadwadi and has achieved 70.2 per cent in SSC boards without taking any assistance from coaching classes.
A similar drop was seen in the overall pass percentage in Pune division (including repeater and fresh candidates), which dropped to 93.30 this year compared to last year’s 95.10.
Maharashtra SSC result 2016: Girls outshine boys registering an overall pass percentage of 91.41 while boys registered a pass percentage of 87.98.
Even as no official date has been declared yet by the board authorities, social media messages have pegged the exam results to be released on June 1.
Of 358 students, only 69 cleared Class X exam, principal says they are not studying enough.
Pass percentage in state up by 3.14 per cent; marksheets on June 15.
Girls maintain lead over boys this year too, pass percentage for girls in Mumbai stands at 93.96%.
A total of 17.32 lakh students, comprising 9.59 lakh boys and 7.73 lakh girls had registered for the exam this year from across the state.
88.32 per cent pass; previous best was 83.48 pc last year.
2% rise in success rate.
Raju Yadav was the topper with 84 per cent marks.
5th time in a row,night schools put up a great show.