The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the results of the state senior secondary certificate (SSC) or the class 10 supplementary exam results today at mahresults.nic.in. Candidates who have appeared for the exam can check their result from the official site at 1 pm.
A total of 125620 candidates registered for the exam of which 124723 appeared. Among them, 20116 boys passed the SSC supplementary exam while 10372 girls cleared it. However, the girls outperformed boys by scoring 28.25 pass percentage while boys are at 22.86 per cent. As many as 30488 students passed the exam.
Among districts, Nagpur registered highest pass percentage at 31.10 with a total of 4832 students passing the exam out of 15538. The second position is grabbed by Nasik which is at 29.46 per cent. SSC result 2017, girls perform better, read here
“SSC Examination Result July 2017 to be announced on August 29, 2017 at 13:00 Hrs,” the Board said in a notification. The supplementary exams were conducted in the month of July this year for students who did not clear the main SSC exams that were held in March. The papers gives students a chance to improve their scores and pass in subjects that they had previously failed to clear.
The Board had declared the class 10 main exam results in June when it announced that the overall pass percentage stood at 88.74 per cent. About 17,66,098 students appeared for the annual paper in which girls managed a pass percentage of 91.46 and boys secured a pass percentage of 86.51. Read | Maharashtra SSC July supplementary exam result, click here
The supplementary results for the class 12 HSC exams were declared on August 21, 2017. The SSC supplementary results can also be downloaded from mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in and sscresult.mkcl.org.
SSC supplementary result 2017, know how to check:
Step 1: Visit the official website mentioned above
Step 2: On the homepage, click on SSC results 2017
Step 3: Enter the roll number and other details
Step 4: Download and take a print out
Unlike last year, when the number of students scoring above 90 percent had increased (except in Mumbai), this year the number has dropped. Among the districts, Konkan has registered the lowest pass percentage with 12.93 while the second lowest is Mumbai with 17.18 per cent.
In April, about 186 answer sheets were stolen from the assessment centre in Dahisar. The Board has decided to assign average marks to the missing answer sheets.