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MH-State's HSC supplementary exam success rate dips 2%

PUBLISH DATE 22nd August 2017

Of 17,284 students, 4,474 have cleared the higher secondary certificate (HSC) supplementary examination in Pune division, taking the the pass percentage to 25.89.

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary education announced the results of the exam, which was held in July this year, on Monday afternoon. The students who have passed the exam in Pune division will now participate in the special admission rounds to be conducted by various colleges and departments of the Savitribai Phule Pune University .

In Maharashtra, as many as 93,271 students appeared for the exam and 23,283 cleared it, taking the pass percentage to 24.96% -showing a decline of 2.07% against last year's results.

The exam was conducted for 132 subjects in nine divisions of the state, including Pune, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Amravati, Latur, Konkan, Nashik and Aurangabad. “ All answer sheets had a barcode in order to maintain security . The practice was conducted in the regular exam as well,“ Ganagdhar Mhamane, chairman of the state board, said on Monday .

Mhamane said the marks heets of the students will be distributed at 3pm on Thursday by the respective junior colleges and schools.

The Aurangabad division recorded the highest pass percentage with 37, followed by Nagpur (34.14), Latur (27.38), among others. Mumbai recorded the lowest pass percentage at 18.74.

Mhamane said for the first time, the forms for the supplementary exams were filled online by the students to expedite the process.

Apply for reevaluation from August 22

The state board has said at students who wish to app that students who wish to apply for revaluation of answer sheets can start applying from August 22 to August 31.To apply for the photocopy of answer sheets, students can fill up the form from August 22 to September 11.

 

Mumbai sees 19% result in HSC re-test

Mumbai's performance in the HSC supplementary exam, results for which were out on Monday , was worst among the state's nine divisions.Of 26,771 students who took the exam in the divisionin July , only 18.74% passed. The state's overall success rate was 24.96%.

Of 93,271 students who took the exam, 23,286 passed. At the top was Aurangabad division with a 37% success rate, followed by Nagpur at 34.14%. Last year, Mumbai ranked seventh with a success rate of 21.96%.

Students can take a printout of the marklist from the board website as the original will be available at junior colleges most likely from August 24.

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