SSC: For most schools,pass percentage above 90

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education released Class X marksheets on Friday,which saw the pass percentage of quite a few schools touching above the 90 per cent mark.

Written by Express News Service | Published:June 23, 2012 1:30 am

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) released Class X marksheets on Friday,which saw the pass percentage of quite a few schools touching above the 90 per cent mark.

New English School student Prashant Satav was declared the state topper in Science,while Charmish Mojidan of the RC Mehta Gujarati High School was declared state topper in Gujarati.

The Abhinav School secured 100 per cent pass percentage. Aditi Saoji topped the school with an overall score of 94.6 per cent. Saoji was closely followed by Tanaya Kolankari,Gayatri Kulkarni and Aditi Shete scoring 93.3 and 92.1 per cent respectively.

Guru Nanak High School also had 100 per cent results with Duregh Rathod topping the English school with 88.13 per cent. Shivani Sutar from the Marathi medium topped the school with 88.36 per cent.

Speaking about their performance,Jaya Bhaskar,principal said,“All 238 students of the school passed this year. This is for the tenth consecutive year that we have secured cent per cent results. Seventy-three students scored above 90 per cent which is a great achievement.”

Tilottama Reddy of Ahilya Devi School said,“Twenty-one students scored full marks in Sanskrit paper this year. Manali Bapat from our school was the topper with 95.8 per cent in the best of five subjects. She was followed by Vaidehi Rajguru and Apurva Lale who scored 95.45 and 95.09 respectively.

Out of 414 students,52 have scored above 90 per cent.” For Pradnya Patange,topper of Huzurpaga Girls High School,regular studies did the trick. “The credit for my result goes to my teachers. I had prepared a routine for myself which helped me focus on the subjects I was weak in,” said Patange.

Manali Bapat of Ahilyadevi School said,“Regular studies throughout the year helped me. I used to solve lots of test papers from the beginning which gave me a fair idea of the pattern of questions. I plan to pursue engineering.”

CAP to accept forms from today

The Centralized Admission Process (CAP) committee will start accepting forms of all streams from Saturday at all the 23 centres. Students need to bring along their original documents and school leaving certificate which will be stamped by CAP to ensure that students do not fill more than one form.

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