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SSC results declared: Pune 3rd in Maharashtra for 2017

With the Konkan division recording the highest pass percentage in the state and Kolhapur second, Pune came in third with a pass percentage of 91.15

pune Updated: Jun 14, 2017 14:06 IST
Ananya Barua
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The Maharashtra Secondary Certificate Class (SSC) results for 2017 have been declared today. Pune this year, like last year, is once again third in the divisional ranking, with 91.15 per cent of students who took the exam passing.

The students can now access their results at www.mahresult.nic.in.

Almost 17 lakh students had registered for the State Secondary Certificate Class 10 exams from Maharashtra. The results were declared by Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) officials, on June 13 at 1 pm. 

With a pass percentage of 91.15 per cent, 25,0,562 lakhs have passed the SSC exams in Pune.  (HT PHOTO)

A total number of 27,3,433 lakhs students from Pune had registered for the SSC Class 10 exam, out of which 27,24,489 lakh had appeared. With a pass percentage of 91.15 per cent, 25,0,562 lakhs have passed the SSC exams in Pune. 

MSBSHSE Chairman, Gangadhar Mhamane said, “SSC has a larger student base in Maharashtra, with only 30,000 appearing from other boards.” He added, “Konkan has come first again in the divisional rankings, it has been leading for the past eight years.” 

Total pass percentage for Maharashtra is 88.74 per cent. (HT PHOTO)

Konkan’s overall pass percentage is 96.18 per cent, while Kolhapur is in second place with 93.59 per cent. A total of 3,08,104 students had cleared from Konkan, while 13,58,27 students passed from Kolhapur. 

This year, 16,50,499 lakhs students in Maharashtra, had registered for SSC Class 10 exams, while 14,58,855 students passed. The total pass percentage for the state is 88.74 per cent. There has been a drop in pass percentage from the last year, which saw 89.56 per cent of students passing from Maharashtra.