SSC Supplementary results 2017, Maha SSC results 2017 has been announced today by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) for 10th class examination conducted during July 2017. The details of SSC Supplementary results 2017 have been uploaded on the official website mahresult.nic.in. Also, the students can now access their result from portal.
Total 1,25,620 students had registered to appear for the SSC supplementary exam 2017 who have failed in the annual Maharashtra State Board result 2017 which were declared on June 13, 2017. Further reports state that the overall pass percentage recorded in the Maharashtra SSC supplementary results upon the declaration of the result of the same today, has come out to be at only 24.44 %. Only 30,488 students managed to pass SSC supplementary exams, report adds.
Students, who wrote their supplementary exams in July, may visit the official website to check the Maharashtra SSC Supplementary result 2017. Each student will have to enter his/her unique roll number to access the result and download the provisional marks sheet. The marks sheet should be downloaded for use in admission purposes, it will be considered valid, and however, the original marks sheet which will be dispatched by the board later.
In March 2017, the overall number of registered candidates were 16,50,499, number of candidates who appeared in the exams were 16,44,016 while the number of students who passed the examination were 14,58,855. Hence, the total pass percentage in annual examination was recorded as 88.74. Candidates who scored 90 % and above were 48,470 while the candidates who scored below 45 % were 1,44,572.
The Maharashtra SSC exams were conducted by the Board at over 4.7 thousand test centers wherein over 17.66 lakh appeared. This included 9,89,908 Boys and 7,76,190 girls. MSBSHSE conducts SSC exams through its nine divisional Boards, namely, Amravati, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Konkan, Latur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik and Pune. Nonetheless, it’s a great news for the students who’ve waiting and hoping to pass the 10th class and get involved in further academic studies, not losing a year of their career pursuits.
The Board conducts examination twice a year and the number of students appearing for the main examination is around 14 Lakh for HSC and 17 Lakh SSC, for the supplementary examination around 6 Lakh students are expected HSC and SSC together. There are about 21000 schools (SSC) and 7000 (HSC) Higher Sec. Schools / Jr. Colleges in the entire state.