Supplementary results for SSC 10th grade show 5% dip as compared to last year
Students opting to apply for re-totalling or re-evaluation of their marks need to do so between August 30 and September 8 after they have paid the fee to their respective divisional board office.Updated: Aug 30, 2017 12:35 IST
Hindustan Times, Pune
This year’s Secondary School Certificate (SSC) supplementary examresults in Pune have experienced a five per cent dip than the last year. In 2016 the overall pass percentage was 30.93, while this year it has gone down to 25.41 per cent.
The results for the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) re-examination which were conducted for students who had failed in the 10th grade examination was declared online at 1pm on August 29 at http:www.maharesult.nic.in, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education notified.
As per the report released by the state board, a total of 19,546 students from Pune had appeared for the exam, with 4,966 passed, of which 24.33 per cent were males and 28.85 per cent were female students. This year, the girls outshined boys, in Pune as well as in overall Maharashtra results where they scored 28.25 per cent, while boys scored 22.86 per cent.In Maharashtra, a total 12,4,723 students had appeared for the re-examination for the 10th grade admissions, with 30,488 students passing the test.
Students opting to apply for re-totaling or re-evaluation of their marks need to do so between August 30 and September 8 after they have paid the fee to their respective divisional board office. A printout or photocopy of the mark sheet, needs to be attached by the students while applying.
Students who wish to get photocopies of their answer sheets should apply by paying the requisite fee in their respective divisional office between August 30 and September 18. For this as well, they are required to submit a printout or photocopy of the mark sheet.
Meanwhile, subject-wise marks of the students were uploaded on the website for students to get a printout. .
First Published: Aug 29, 2017 11:09 IST