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Maharashtra Board SSC supplementary exam results 2016 declared, pass percentage is 27.97

MSBSHSE SSC results 2016: The girls have outperformed boys by scoring a pass percentage of 30.79 while the boys are at 26.67

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 31, 2016 9:51 am

 

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MSBSHSE SSC results 2016: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the SSC (Class 10) supplementary examination result today.
The candidates who appeared for the exam that was held in July 2016 can check the result on the official website -mahresult.nic.in. The pass percentage is 27.97 per cent.

The girls have outperformed boys by scoring a pass percentage of 30.79 while the boys are at 26.67. Overall, 143897 candidates registered for the exam out of which 142968 have appeared. As many as 39994 passed the SSC supplementary examination.

District-wise, a total of 6997 passed the exam from Mumbai while from Pune 6204 students cleared the supplementary exam.

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, conducts the HSC and SSC Examinations in the state of Maharashtra through its nine divisional boards located at Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri.

ReadMSBSHSE SSC supplementary exam 2016: Results declared

The Maharashtra board had conducted the main examination between February 18 and March 28, 2016. As many as 13, 88,467 students appeared for the exam at over 2,000 centres across the state. About 7, 82,181 candidates were boys while 6, 06,286 were girls.

Last year, when the Education Minister Vinod Tawd first announced that SSC and HSC supplementary exams would be done by July to ensure students do not miss out an academic year.

Read: Mumbai: No student to be failed in SSC board exams

The re-exam experiment proved successful for SSC students last year as 1.39 lakh students who appeared for the SSC re-exam in July last year, nearly 35,000 passed. It meant that students got a chance to secure admission to junior colleges in the same academic year.

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