The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared the Maharashtra Class 10 result today, on June 13. Just like the last year, this year also the girls have performed better than boys with pass percentage of 91.46 per cent.

Maharashtra MSBSHSE SSC result 2017

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The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared the Maharashtra Class 10 result today, on June 13, at the official website www.mahresult.nic.in at 1 pm. The result will also be available at maharashtraeducation.com. The exams were conducted from March 7 to 29, 2017.

Girls maintain the record

In 2016, the SSC Class 10 result was announced on June 6. Just like the last year, this year also the girls have performed better than boys with pass percentage of 91.46 per cent. Boys have obtained a 86.51 pass percentage. According to Hindustan Times, around 48, 570 students have secured above 90 per cent.

Number of students appeared:

  • Boys: 9,89,908
  • Girls: 7,76,190

Pass percentage dips

The overall pass percentage dropped marginally to 88.74 per cent from 89.56 per cent in 2016. Out of the 16,50,499 students (fresh candidates) who registered for the Maharashtra 2017 SSC exams, 16,44,016 students actually appeared for the exams, out of whom 14,58,855 students have passed.

(Read: Maharashtra MSBSHSE SSC Class 10 Result 2017: Declared at mahresult.nic.in)

Best result region wise

  • Konkan: Pass percent is 96.18 percent
  • Kolhapur: Pass percent is 93.59 percent
  • Pune: Pass percent is 91.95.

The pass percentage was around 91.9 per cent in Mumbai. The HSC Class 12 results were announced on May 30 at 1 pm.

About MSBSHSE:

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is an autonomous body established under the provisions of the Maharashtra Act No 41 of 1965.

[Source”timesofindia”]