In nine schools, including two in Mumbai and four in Nagpur, not a single student could secure pass mark in Maharashtra SSC exam 2021. This year the result has been prepared on the basis of an internal assessment method as exams could not be held on time due to COVID-19 pandemic.
In a relief to nearly 17 lakh students in the state, the education department had decided to cancel the final paper for SSC- Geography which was earlier scheduled to take place on March 23 but was cancelled owing to the lockdown.
The SSC results or Class 10 results of Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has been announced. The Maharashtra board SSC examination 2019 was held between March 1 and March 22 and 17,00,813 students had registered for it.Around 4 lakh students had registered for the Maharashtra board Class 10 examinations from the Mumbai divisional board, which also includes Thane, Raigad and Palghar. The number of fresh candidates who registered for the exam from Mumbai divisional board saw an increase of 12.77% - up from 3,39,899 in 2018 to 3,83,320 in 2019.Here is the direct link to go to the page for Maharashtra board SSC result Students who have appeared in the exam can check their results on mahresult.nic.in
Updated on Jun 10, 2019 02:01 PM IST
Hindustan Times, New Delhi | ByAnkita Bhatkhande/Nilesh Mathur
Students across the city were welcomed by the school staff at the examination centres. At all exam centres, there was a rush of students and parents in the morning, as students were instructed to be present at the centres half an hour before they start answering the question papers
Vishal Maurya, a student of Home of Faith English School in Thane, had contracted a terrible infection on his left hand a few days before the board exams commenced. While he was taking medicines to tackle the infection, it became worse with severe swelling on his left hand.
Maharashtra SSC supplementary Result 2018: The Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) announced the Maharashtra SSC or Class 10 board supplementary examination result on Wednesday.
There were 63,331 students in Maharashtra who scored above 90% as compared to 48,470 last year and Mumbai accounted for 13,329 such candidates. Last year, a little over 10,000 students in Mumbai had scored above 90%.