The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, known as MSBSHSE has also declared the Secondary School Certificate board examination results, like other boards of the country.
Out of all candidates, 125 students of various parts have secured 100 per cent in the exams, which is a sort of record. A total of 63, 331 students across the state have scored 90% and above marks.
The reports say that Maharashtra board overall recorded a pass percentage of 89.41%. Konkan region tops with 96% pass percentage while Kolhapur is second with 93.88 per cent. Pune has recorded 92.08%, which is better than Mumbai with 90.41%. Nagpur has recorded lowest pass percentage, which is in the range of 85.97%.
The results will remain available on the board’s official website which is www.mahresult.nic.in, www.sscresult.mkcl.org or www.maharashtraeducation.com. Students can also check their results through SMS to MHSSC <space> <seat no> and send to short code 57766 using their mobile phones.
It is estimated that about 17 lakh students had appeared for SSC board examination this year. Out of them, over 3.83 lakh students hail from Mumbai region only. The examinations were conducted from March 1 to 24. The Board usually organizes the examinations twice a year. The students who appear for the main examination is pegged to around 14 lakh for Higher Secondary and 17 lakh for Secondary Certificate, almost every year.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is an autonomous body. The most important task of the board, of the board, is to conduct the SSC and HSC examinations. It is known to be the second most popular education board in terms of enrollment in high school in India only after the CBSE. It has been named as the 4th in the ‘Futuristic Education Boards in India’ among 35 educational boards in the country
The Board had come into existence on January 1, 1966.