Maharashtra HSC Result Witnesses 85.88 Overall Pass Percentage

Konkan showcases best success among nine division

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared HSC Result 2019 for over 14 lakhs Class 12 students who pursued Arts, Science and Commerce streams during the academic year 2018-19 on Tuesday May 28, 2019. As per the figures released by the Maharashtra Board the overall pass percentage was 85.88* this year, compared to 88.41 last year, a drop of  nearly 2.53 per cent.

Students from Konkan Division with 31775 Class 12 students once again performed the best with 93.30 per cent among nine divisions in Maharashtra, followed by Pune (87.88 %) and Amravati (87.55 %) respectively. Mumbai division^ (83.85 %) which had the highest registered candidates (316345) on the other hand managed to avoid the bottom position ahead of Nagpur (82.51 %) with approximately half the number of students. Girls once again outperformed boys in the class 12 examination in Maharashtra with 90.25% success, while boys registered 82.40%. HSC students from the Science registered  92.04 pass percentage, while Commerce and Arts students scored 88.28% and 76.28 % respectively.

Girls outshone boys once again in the Maharashtra HSC exams whose results were declared on Tuesday

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Maharashtra – Pass percentage: 85.58%

No of candidates  registered: 1423503 (Fresh) + 68045 (Repeater)           

Girls Vs Boys – Pass percentage: Girls – 90.25%, Boys – 82.40%

Stream-wise pass percentage: Science – 92.04%; Commerce – 88.28%; Arts – 76.28 %

District-wise result:
Konkan secured the highest pass percentage at 93.23 per cent followed by Pune (87.88%), Amaravati (87.55%), Aurangabad (87.29%), Kolhapur (87.12%), Latur (86.08%), Nashik (84.77%), Mumbai (83.85%) and Nagpur 82.51%.

No of Higher Secondary. Schools (HSC ) / Junior colleges in the entire state: 7000

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