The Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will declare the Maharashtra SSC results 2023 at around 11 am on June 2
Students of Balmohan Vidyamandir celebrating SSc result (Pic/Pradeep Dhivar)
The Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared the result of the SSC results 2023 on June 2 at 11 am.
The Maharashtra state board chairman Sharad Gosavi announced the SSC board examination results with a pass percentage of 93.83 per cent.
The Konkan district has recorded the highest pass percentage of 98.11 percent and Nagpur recorded the lowest with a pass percentage of 92.05.
The SSC results saw a pass percentage of 93.83, a drop of nearly three points from last year. The overall pass percentage stood at 96.94 last year.
Girls outshone boys this year too. The pass percentage for boys stood at 92.05.
"The Kokan division reported 98.11 per cent of students passed the SSC board exam," said board chairperson Sharad Gosavi.
Of the other divisions, Kolhapur posted a pass percentage of 96.73, followed by Pune (95.64), Mumbai (93.66), Aurangabad (93.23), Amaravati (93.22), Latur (92.67), and Nashik (92.22).
"A total of 15,29,096 students registered for the SSC exam that was held in March-April this year and 14,34,898 students cleared it," they said
The students can track the official website of the Maharashtra board: mahahsscboard.in, mahresult.nic.in, and others to check their results.
The SSC exams held from March 2 to March 25, 2023 this year. The students can check their results on the official website at mahresult.nic.in.
Details on how to check Maharashtra SSC result 2023:
Board exam seat number and mother's first name on admit cards or application forms, needed for login
The official website of MSBSHSE - mahahsscboard.in or mahresult.nic.in
students can look for the Examination Results section on the website.
Click on the link for SSC Result 2023
Enter your roll number or seat number
Review your marks
Students can also download or print the result.
In 2023, around 15,77,256 students enrolled to appear for the SSC exams and the exams were held across 5,033 exam centres.
Last year, Maharashtra state witnessed an impressive performance in the Class 10th exam result. As many as 16.38 lakh SSC students had registered for the class 10 exam, which included 8.89 lakh boys and 7.49 lakh girls. In the Mumbai division alone, 3,45,697 students had registered.
While the overall pass percentage this year is 96.94 per cent, girls yet again outshone boys with their pass percentage of 97.96 as against the boys' 96.06 per cent.
Last year, the Konkan division registered the highest pass percentage of 99.27, while Nashik division is at the bottom with 95.90 per cent
This year, the question papers of SSC exam was not distributed ten minutes prior to the students. Rather, an extra ten minutes was given to students appearing for the board exam later. The paper began at 11 am and rather than concluding at 2 pm, the exams were concluded at 2:10 pm.
Earlier this week, MSBSHSE declared HSC exam results. The overall pass percentage of HSC this year is 91.25 per cent.