Over 93% students cleared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or class 10 examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). The overall pass percentage in the state stood at 93.83%, a drop of 3.11% from last year's result. Girls outperformed boys with a pass percentage of 95.87% as against 92.05% by boys. The exams were conducted without any relaxation due to the Covid pandemic, resulting in a dip in the pass percentage. Supplementary exams for class 10 students will be held in July-August.
The state pass percentage this year has seen a drop of 3.11 per cent compared to last year’s results. In 2022, the pass percentage of the state was 96.94%. In 2021, it was 99.95%, in 2020 the pass percentage was 99.95%
A total of 14,16,371 students appearedfor the exam out of which 12,92,468 students passed, according to the results declared by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). The Mumbai division stood the lowest among all the nine divisions of the board with a pass percentage of 88.13% (fresh and repeat candidates). Konkan division repeated last year’s show by topping again with 96.01%.