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Pune SSC students? Your results will be here... next week

“The results for Maharashtra SSC Class 10 exams will be declared in the next week,” said Gangadhar Mhamane, Chairman of MSBSHSE.

pune Updated: Jun 09, 2017 19:58 IST
Ananya Barua
SSC students have had to endure a long wait for their results delaying their plans for higher studies.
SSC students have had to endure a long wait for their results delaying their plans for higher studies.(HT photo)

Maharashtra’s SSC results for 2017 are likely to be out the coming week, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) officials have said.

“The results for Maharashtra SSC Class 10 exams will be declared in the next week,” said Gangadhar Mhamane, Chairman of MSBSHSE.

Reports in some sections of the media and social media had emerged stating that results were to be out on June 9. This led to confusion among students and parents. However, the official denied the validity of such reports.

“I don’t know from where this information was circulated, but it is certainly not true. We are going to declare the results the coming week of June,” Mhamane confirmed.

The results for SSC Class 10 will be declared at mahresult.nic.in.

The announcement of the results had been postponed due to ongoing counting of marks for extra-curricular activities. As per the sources, the decision to allocate marks for extracurricular activities within the final result had arrived much later than usual, causing the delay.

This delay in declaration of the results has thwarted the process of application for higher education courses.

The recent HSC results, which were declared a month ago, found that Konkan had the highest number of qualified students with 95.2 per cent. Kolhapur and Pune followed with 91.4 per cent and 89.50 per cent respectively. However, Mumbai had the lowest number of passed candidates with 88.21 per cent.

Like last year, girls fared better than boys in the HSC exams, with 93.05 per cent female candidates passing over 86.65 per cent of male candidates.

The HSC results by the Maharashtra board were announced for a total of 14,29,478 students out of 14,31,365 registered candidates. A total of 5,92,256 girls had passed HSC exams, with 15,121 of them being from Konkan division alone.