Pune:08 June :- The online results of the SSC examination conducted by the State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education in March / April 2018 have been 89.41%. 125 students of the state have achieved 100% marks in best way.
Latur Pattern has got a great success again in the Class X results. The maximum number of students securing 100% marks is in Latur division, followed by Aurangabad, 23, Kolhapur, 11, Pune, 4, Amravati 6, Konkan 4, Nagpur 2 and Nashik 1 students. 125 students in the state got 100% marks. As per every year, girls retained the tradition of staying away from the top, and the percentage of girls passing 91.97 and children’s 87.27. Girls’ pass percentage is 4.70 percent higher than boys.
State Board President Shankula Kale announced the results of the tenth result in the press conference on Friday. In the state, 16 lakh 28 thousand 613 students had passed the Class X examination, of which 14,86,203 students (8 9.41 percent) passed the exams. In the previous year, the result of Class X results was 88.74 percent, compared to 0.67 percent in the year-ago period.
Highest result in 9 divisional circles in the state is 96% of the Konkan division, the lowest result is 85% of the Nagpur division. 9 7 percent has started. Mumbai 9 0.41, Konkan 9 6, Pune 9 2.08, Nashik 87.82, Nagpur 85.97, Kolhapur 9 3.88, Amravati 86.49, Aurangabad 88.81, Latur 86.30, Division wise division of the division. The results of the students of Divyang students in the state are 86.87 percent.
In the last year, 193 students got 100% marks, this year 125 students have achieved 100% marks. Students get success in achieving 100% marks with an additional 25 points of art and sports. The number of students securing more than 90 percent marks is 63,331. In the 35 to 45 percent mark, the number of students passing 99 marks is 262. With 4 lakh 3 thousand 137 students special education, 5 lakh 38 thousand and 8990 students have passed the first class.
Action taken against 661 students doing wrong in copy of this year’s Class X examination. A total of 57 subjects were examined by the Board, out of which, 11 results were 100 percent.