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.
Aarohi Vartak from Vasai could not survive to celebrate her success in SSC examinations.
The overall passing percentage in MSBSHSE examination stands at 83.48.
As soon as SSC results were declared,counsellors appointed by the Board to guide parents and students were bombarded by phone calls.
Even as the boycott of assessment duty by over 21,000 teachers of unaided junior colleges across the state continues,the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher and Secondary Education authorities on Friday said there will be no delay in declaring the results.
A Thane student topped from Mumbai division on a day of repeating patterns in the SSC results,with a Latur candidate Shilpa Hiremath,with 98.61 per cent – emerging the state topper yet again.
The Class X results of the state board announced on Thursday recorded a decline by seven per cent in the overall pass percentage as compared to last year.