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SSC results: Girls outshine boys in MSBSHSE examination

Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Posted: June 6, 2013 2:34 am

Over 83 per cent students cleared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE),the results of which were announced today,with girls once again outshining the boys.

The results were declared with overall passing percentage in the state standing at 83.48 and the passing percentage for girls stood at 84.90 compared to 82.24 of boys.

Results for all the nine divisions – Pune,Mumbai,Nagpur,Nashik,Amravati,Aurangabad,Kolhapur,Latur and Konkan – were simultaneously declared.

Over 14.99 lakh students appeared in the Class X exam this year,the Board sources said.

The division wise number of candidates registered,appeared for exam,passed and the passing percentage is as follows: Pune 2,46,571,2,45,766,2,16,900,88.25; Nagpur 1,76,970,1,76,300,1,30,438,73.99; Aurangabad 1,43,324,1,42,514,1,15,696,81.18; Mumbai 3,12,497,3,11,928,2,77,353,88.92.

Similar figured for Kolhapur are: 1,421,57,1,41,905,1,28,221,90.36; Amravati 1,59,788,1,59,195,1,18,753,74.60; Nasik 1,84,199,1,83,786,1,54,123,83.86; Latur 96,935,96,204,70,955,73.75 and Konkan 41,694,41,678,39,089,93.79.

The overall figures for the state are: 15,04,135,14,99,276,12,51,528 and 83.48.

According to a press note issued by the Board,students can take printouts of their results and marksheets from the websites. Result are also available on SMS.

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The websites on which result are available

http://mahresult.nic.in

www.rediff.com/exams

www.msbshse.ac.in

www.mh-ssc.ac.in

sscresult.mkcl.org.

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To get the results through SMS on BSNL mobile,one can type space and send it to 57766.

Students can collect the hard copies of their marksheets after 3 pm on June 15.

Those who wish to apply for rechecking and revaluation of their marks must apply for it by June 25 by attaching a true copy of their marksheets.

In all,17,40,290 candidates from across 20,507 schools

had appeared for the examination. The exam was held at 3,812 centres.

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