Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE SSC Supplementary Result 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education ( MSBSHSE), Pune has released the result for class 10 or SSC supplementary exam today at 1 pm.
The supplementary exams were conducted from July 17 to 30 for those who could not clear the Maharashtra Board class 10 exams in their first attempt. The result is available at the official website — mahresult.nic.in.
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Last year, too the result was announced in August last week. The board has already released the result of class 12 supplementary exams last week 2019.
Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Supplementary July Result 2019 @mahresult.nic.in | Check HIGHLIGHTS here
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Photocopy of answer sheet
The Maharashtra Board will make the photocopy of the answer sheets of students available from August 31 - Friday at its official website, mahresult.nic.in. Candidates can check what their answers and evaluation through the same.
Latur best performing district
Among districts, Latur was the best performing with 31.49 per cent followed by 30.89 per cent. In Latur 5372 students passed out of 17922
24 students get distinction
A total of 24 students (14 boys and 10 girls) who were earlier declared failed in regular exam passed the supplementary exam with distinction while 89 students passed the Maharashtra Board SSC with first division in their second attempt.
Mumbai performed the worst
Mumbai was the worst performer. A total of 57584 candidates registered for the exam against which only 53934 appeared. Of those, only 7812 could pass the exam. The pass percentage of boys from Mumbai was at 13.50% while that of girls was 16.53%. The overall pass percentage from the city was 15.17%.
Girls performed better than boys
Female candidates performed better than boys. Out of the total, 20.74% of boys who appeared for the supplementary exam cleared it while among females the pass percentage was 27.71%
Overall pass percentage at 22.86%
Out of the 234631 candidates who registered to appear for the SSC supplementary July exam, 221629 appeared and 50667 passed the Board. The pass percentage was 22.86%.
Maharashtra Board SSC 10th supplementary result 2019
MSBSHSE SSC 10th supplementary result: Documents needed
Keep the admit card or roll number card ready. It carries your details that you need to log in with. Make sure to mention the name, parents' name and roll number correctly, as mentioned in the admit card
Maharashtra SSC supplementary results: How to opt for revaluation
Those students who want to opt for revaluation of marks have to attach a photocopy of the online mark sheet. The students who want to obtain photocopies of their answer sheets can apply between the scheduled dates which will be released soon along with a copy of the online mark sheet and prescribed fees.
Result at 1 pm at mahresult.nic.in
The MSBSHSE had announced the HSC exam result right at 1 pm last week. Students who had appeared in the class 10 examination can check the result through the official websites, mahresult.nic.in, maharashtraeducation.com, and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in
SSC Mumbai result
In Mumbai division, there has been a nearly seven per cent drop in the pass per cent for English language, from 97.86 to 90.99. In Social Sciences, the per cent dropped from 96.28 to 88.80.
How students performed in SSC exam held in March
In Mumbai Division, a total of 3,57,055 students appeared for the SSC exam. The highest number of students — 1,67,727 — had English as their first language; the next highest number of 1,32,117 students had Marathi as their first language. The pass percentage for English as the first language fell from 97.86 to 90.99. For those who opted for Marathi as the first language, the percentage dropped from 90.96 to 78.42. Even those who opted for Marathi as their second and third language, the pass per cent dropped from 93.06 to 84.55.
Why poor show of result in the Maharashtra Board exams?
While some teachers blamed the scrapping of oral and internal assessment for languages and social sciences in SSC March exams as the reason for the drastic fall in the pass percentage in these subjects, others believed teachers did not prepare the students well for the changes in the examination.
Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Supplementary result:How to check
To check the score, visit the official website mahresult.nic.in. On the homepage, click on the 'download result link'. Enter registration number, roll number. The SSC results will appear on the screen. Download it, and take a print out for further reference
77.10% passed Maharashtra Board SSC 10th March exam
A total of 77.10 per cent students cleared the Maharashtra Board SSC annual examinations. The girls outperformed boys with 82.82 pass per cent
SSC result data for March exam
In the annual exam, the Konkan Division topped the state with 88.38 per cent students passing the examination. Nagpur was at the bottom with only 67.27 per cent passing percentage of passing
SSC result at 1: Websites to check marks
The students who had appeared in the examination can check the result through the official websites, mahresult.nic.in, maharashtraeducation.com, and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in from 1 pm onwards
Poor SSC result in the annual exam
This year's SSC result is lowest in recent times. The last time it was around this low was in 2007 when 78 per cent students who took the exam had passed
How much marks needed to pass SSC exam
To be considered passed in the Maharashtra state board exams, candidates need to score an aggregate score of 35 per cent with at least 20 per cent marks in theory of every subject.
Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Supplementary July Result at 1 pm
The result is yet to be available on the websites. Once declared, students will have to download the result from the official website and take a print out. This will act as a provisional mark sheet. Students need to apply with the MSBSHSE to get the original mark sheet.