The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Secondary School Certificate (SSC) results will be announced online by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education. Lakh of students had appeared for the examination in the state, of which more than three lakh were from Mumbai. Original marksheets will be distributed by schools later next week, but students can take a printout of their marks from the board website https://mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in. Last year, the results were announced 10 days earlier. It was due to the hall ticket delay, retirement of several senior officials and an additional burden on science teachers to evaluate ICT papers. In Mumbai region, 28 students had received the same seat numbers.
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) results, which were announced online on almost 10 days late as compared to last year have brought cheer to the state. Maharashtra's overall success rate (freshers and repeaters) rose from 76.2% to 81.8%. Similarly, the Mumbai division, which also includes Raigad and Thane, registered a success rate of 83%, up by 3.9% as compared to 2013. Of the 17 lakh students who had appeared the exam, 14 lakh passed and as many as 40,797 students secured above 90%.
Shubham Patil from Pandit Bachraj Vyas Vidyalaya, Nagpur, who scored 98.8%, is one of the high scorers in the state. In Mumbai, Siddhinita Wandekar from Sharon English High School, Mulund, and Neha Patil from Canossa High School, Mahim both of whom scored 97.4% are among the high scorers.
While the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) Students have performed extremely well. This was the second year of the revised syllabus and it looks like the students are well adjusted with it.
The increase in the number of students passing could be attributed to the performance of students in individual subjects like mathematics. The performance of the students has been tremendous and subjects like mathematics could be a reason. The school registered a success rate of 100% and its top score also increased to 95% from last year's 94%. The pass percentage for mathematics went up by 13% and 11.1% as compared to last year, in the state and Mumbai respectively.