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Tuesday, May 25, 2010 12:32:21 PM, ummid.com Staff Reporter
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Malegaon: Girls outshined the boys and District Nasik topped the eight divisions in Maharashtra as Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education announced the results of the HSC students today.
According to the board website, the percentage of the passed students in Nasik Division is 82.04%. While Amravati Division at 81.53% is second, Kolhapur Division is close third with a passing percentage of 81.46%.
Pune Division is next in the line with a percentage of 81.30% while Mumbai is far behind at 76.69%. The other divisions in the state are Nagpur 74.16%, Aurangabad 72.05 and Latur Division at 47.59%.
A total of 1146899 fresh students had appeared in the exams held in Feb/March 2010 giving the overall percentage of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education as 76.36%.
A total of 134258 repeater students had also appeared for the exams. Of which 48799 students have passed. Amravati with a passing percentage of 47.52 is top in the division in the list of repeaters. Nasik Division has a percentage of 46.22 in case of repeaters.
The passing percentage of girls students are more than the boys in all the eight divisions of the state. The highest percentage of girls students passing the HSC exams is 86.70% in Kolhapur Division. Pune is next with a percentage of 86.32 whereas Nasik Division recorded the girls percentage of 85.71.
The board had declared the results on its website with complete mark sheet today but the hardcopies would be given to the students on May 31, 2010.
The results are available at:
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