EXAM RESULTS

Maharashtra SSC result: Schools across 9 divisions register 99.95% pass


The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) reported a pass share of 99.95 across 9 divisions within the state after Class 10, Secondary School Certificate (SSC) 2020-21 was launched on Friday. It is a document pass share as far as per Board officers. As in comparison with 2020, the outcome this yr was larger by 4.65 p.c.

Around 15.74 lakh college students from Maharashtra had registered for Class 10 for 2020-21. However, attributable to a surge in Covid instances, the Board was pressured to cancel the offline examination which was scheduled in April and consider college students based mostly on inside evaluation.

The analysis criterion for tabulating outcomes was based mostly on marks of Class 9 and inside assessments of scholars in Class 10.

While earlier it was anticipated that no registered pupil would fail since faculties are tabulating outcomes at their stage, of the 15,75,806 recent candidates who had registered for exams, faculties despatched evaluation reviews for 15,75,752 of which 15,74,994 college students handed.

A complete of 82,802 repeater candidates registered for the exams, of which 82,674 pupil’s outcomes have been tabulated by faculties and 74,618 candidates handed, making it a pass share of 90.25 p.c.

This time, ladies outshine boys because the pass share of women (99.96) is barely higher than boys (99.94), as is the case yearly. This yr over 1 lakh college students received over 90 p.c marks. Among the 9 divisions, Konkan division has the very best pass share because it declared 100% outcomes whereas least pass share is from Nagpur division, 99.94 p.c. In all, 27 of the 72 topics have 100% outcomes. Of the 22,767 faculties within the state, 22,384 have additionally reported 100% outcomes.

While 368 college students qualify for ATKT (allowed to maintain time period) exams as they did not clear two or much less topics, 916 college students have to seem for a re-exam since they failed in additional than three topics.

Dinkar Patil, chairman, MSBSHSE mentioned 916 college students should seem for a re-exam.

“There are around 916 students who have failed in three or more subjects and will have to reappear for the exam. Whereas, there are 4922 students whose result is reserved with the board as most of them are repeaters and their records are not with the Board. We will be tabulating their records and updating their results in the next week. This may increase the pass percentage further,” mentioned Patil.

Board officers additionally famous that 9 faculties within the state had zero pass share with not a single pupil clearing SSC. Out of those, two are from Pune division whereas 4 are from Nagpur, two from Mumbai and one from Nashik division.

“Some students may not have submitted any work at all during the entire year or failed to take internal assessments despite repeated attempts from schools. If it happened in two subjects, they are passed with ATKT or they have to appear for re-exam. As far as the nine schools are concerned, we are in the process of analysing why their results are nil,” mentioned Patil.

In all, 1,04,633 college students obtained greater than 90 p.c marks and 957 college students received 100% marks. Overall, within the state, 2.02 lakh college students obtained further marks for participation and advantage in sports activities, dance, arts, NCC and so forth.

DivisionRegistered candidatesAssessment obtainedPass Percent
Pune26581426580126570499.96
Nagpur1555061550515526399.84
(*9*)17630217629017622399.93
Mumbai34768334766734753799.96
Kolhapur13494013493913483399.92
Amravati15883915883715881699.98
Nashik20014420014420009399.96
Latur10539910539010535799.96
Konkan311383113831138100
Total15758061575752157499499.95

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