Breaking its previous records, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary has registered the highest pass percentage in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination with 88.32%, a four per cent increase compared to the last year's 83.48%.
However, Mumbai's overall pass percentage has dipped a little, from 88.92 last year to 88.84 this year. Many schools got more than 90% pass percentage and a few got a 100% result.
The Konkan division secured the highest pass percentage with 95.57% while Latur division is the lowest with 81.68%. Pune division secured the third ranking with 92.35 pass percentage.
Girls in state have yet again outshone boys with 90.55% girls passing as compared to 86.47% boys.
Out of the 15,49,784 regular candidates who took the exams in state, 13,68,796 of them passed.
This year, out of the 3,500 city schools, 801 got a 100% result and 1,417 got a 90-99.99% result. On the other hand, 105 schools from state and 45 schools from Mumbai got a 0% result.
Students can get their marksheet from schools on June 26 at 3.00 pm. They can apply for recounting from June 26 till July 5 and for the photocopy of their answer sheets from June 17 till July 7. The Mumbai Divisional Board has started a helpline for students from Tuesday, which will be active till June 26.
Candidates can get their Maharashtra SSC Result 2014 by logging on to the following website: www.mahresult.nic.in.
15,49,784 candidates appeared
13,68,796 candidates passed
88.32 is the overall pass percentage of nine regions
8,46,761 boys appeared
7,32,218 boys passed
7,03,023 girls appeared
6,36,578 girls passed