MSBSHSE Class 10th SSC Result 2021 to be declared on mahresult.nic.in

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Maharashtra SSC Council 10th result 2021 Date and time: The Maharashtra State Council for Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHSE) released the results of the SSC or Class 10 board exam on July 16. Out of the nine divisions, Konkan division achieved 100% results. . Students can check their results on the official websites – result.mh-ssc.ac.in and www.mahahsscboard.in, from where they can be downloaded and a printout can be taken by students of their grades by subject.

Of the 15 75,806 students who registered for the exams, schools sent assessment reports for 15 75,752 students. The success rate for repeaters is 90.25 percent. The lowest pass percentage is from Nagpur Division, 99.94%.

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Also this year, the female students were able to perform better than the boys by scoring the pass percentage is 99.96% while the boys are at 99.94%. Out of a total of 16,58,624 students, 9.09 lakh are boys and 7.48 lakh are girls who registered for the exam this year.

Previously, School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad confirmed that the result would be released by July 15 and that a Common Entrance Test (CET) for Class 11 admissions would be completed by July 15. end of July or the first week of August.

Although the board was unable to conduct the Class 10 SSC exams due to a spike in Covid cases, results for students are being prepared based on another means of assessment. According to this evaluation model, each subject gets 100 points. Of these 100 points, 50% will be calculated based on the student’s score in Class 9, 30% will be based on an internal assessment of the student’s performance throughout the year, and 20% will be based on student performance. on oral / practical homework carried out throughout the year.

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A committee of seven members had been formed at each school level headed by the school principal who was responsible for ensuring that no professional misconduct takes place in the assessment and disciplinary action can be initiated. by the committee for the same. If a student is not satisfied with their results or their assessment model, they will have the opportunity to take the Class Improvement Program exams that will be held once the pandemic situation is under control.

Previously, SSC exams were scheduled to start on April 29 and end on May 20. However, amid the increase in Covid-19 cases, Varsha Gaikwad announced via Twitter the cancellation of Class 10 exams.

Last year, the board was unable to conduct all Class 10 exams and pending exams were canceled due to the pandemic. The result of the canceled geography test was prepared on the basis of an average of the student’s performance on the other tests. The jury obtained a pass percentage of 95.3 percent.

The Council was also unable to perform Class 12 HSC examinations due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The decision to cancel HSC exams came after the Central Council for Secondary Education announced the cancellation of Class 12 CBSE exams, due to the pandemic. This was followed by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations announcing the cancellation of Class 12 or ISC exams. Subsequently, several states, including West Bengal, Odisha, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra, announced the cancellation of Class 12 exams in their respective states.



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