For Science, Father Angel Multipurpose School and Junior College, Vashi had the highest cut off (91.80 per cent), followed by VG Vaze-Kelkar College, Mulund (88.80 per cent) and Ruia College in Matunga as well as B N Bandodkar College of Science in Thane (87.60 per cent).
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In all, 1,487 students have secured higher than 95 percentage in Class 10 board exams, of which maximum students (756) belong to ICSE board. From CBSE board, 425 students have scored above 90 per cent, whereas the number for SSC board is only 301
The decision comes a day after the Bombay High Court (HC) ruled that the quota extended by the state government to the community by categorising them as Socially and Educationally Backward Class (SEBC) was valid.