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Maharashtra 10th Result 2020 declared; 8360 schools record 100 per cent score

MSBSHSE declares the SSC result of all the nine dvisional boards on the same day and at the same time

Wednesday July 29, 2020 8:43 PM, ummid.com News Network

Maharashtra SSC Merit List 2020

Maharashtra SSC 10th Result 2020: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared on its official website mahresult.nic.in the result of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Class 10th board exams held in the month of Feb/March today i.e. Wednesday July 29, 2020.

The Maharashtra state recorded an overall pass percentage of 95.30 - an improvement by over 18.20 as compared to 2019 when the pass percentage 77.10.

As many as 8,360 schools out of the total 22,570 in Maharashtra have recorded 100% result. Among the schools with 100% result is JAT Girls' High School and Junior College of Malegaon. A total of 266 students of J.A.T. Malegaon passed the 10th board exam 2020 with Distinction whereas another 162 passed in First Division.

Konkan district topper

Among the nine divisions, Konkan topped the list with 98.77 per cent while Aurangabad division was at the bottom with 92 per cent, said Shakuntale Kale, chairperson of MSBSHSE, while announcing the results.

Of the nine divisional boards, the Konkan region recorded the best performance with a pass percentage of 98.77, followed by Kolhapur (97.64), Pune (97.34), Mumbai (96.72), Amravati (95.14) Nagpur (93.84), Nashik (93.73), Latur (93.09) while the lowest was Aurangabad (92).

Maharashtra SSC Toppers 2020

A total of 15,75,103 students appeared for the SSC examinations, of which 15,01,105 - 95.30 per cent - have been declared as successful, said MSBSHSE Chairperson Shakuntala Kale.

    The biggest highlight of Maharashtra SSC board exam 2020 is a staggering record of 242 students around the state securing full 100 per cent scores - 500/500 - in the results compared to only 20 in 2019, said officials.

    A total of 83,262 candidates scored in the plus-90 percent range. Among the 242 students who secured a full 100 percent in the examinations are 47 students from two Latur schools - 25 from Shri Keshavraj Madhyamik Vidyalay and 22 from Shri Deshikendra Vidyalay.

    Another lot of 7 students who secured the full 100 per cent are from Shripatrao Bhosale High School in Osmanabad, and others scattered across the state.

    Direct link to check Maharashtra 10th Result 2020

    1. Click here to go to result website: mahresult.nic.in.
    2. Click on SSC Class 10 Result 2020
    3. Enter Exam Seat Number, Date of Birth and Mother's name.
    4. Click on Get Result button to check your score.

    Maharashtra 10th results are also available on some other websites including the board's mirror sites like result.mkcl.org. The other websites where the Maharashtra SSC 2019 results can be accessed are mh-ssc.ac.in and msbshse.ac.in.

    How to check Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 via SMS

    Maharashtra students can also request their results through SMS. For this, they are required to type MHSSC followed by <seat no> on their mobile phones and send to: 57766. The Printed Marksheet will be given to students later on at the respective schools.

    Maharashtra 12th and 10th exams 2020 were conducted in February and March 2020. While the board was able to complete the whole of 12th HSC exams before the nationwide lockdown was clamped on March 24, it could not conduct the last paper of SSC Class 10 Matric exam.

    After a long deliberations considering the worsening Coronavirus situation in Maharashtra, it was decided to cancel the remaining paper of 2020 SSC exam. The score will be calculated based on internal assessment and the marks a student obtains in other papers.

    Maharashtra SSC Pass Percentage, Toppers 2019

    The Maharashtra state had recorded in 2019 a pass percentage of 77.10% - a massive drop by around 12.31% as compared to 2018 when the 10th SSC Pass Percentage was 89.41%.

    This was the lowest pass percentage in the history of Maharashtra board exam. The last lowest pass percentage was 78 in 2007.

    The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is divided in nine Divisional Boards located in Pune, Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Latur, Nagpu, Amravati and Ratnagiri. The Maharashtra board declares the 12th and 10th results of all the nine dvisional boards on the same day and at the same time.

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