The Nashik division registered 89.15 per cent result in the much-awaited Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination result conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared yesterday.
It is the best ever result of the division in last two years and the division ranked fourth among the nine boards in the state .
Girls in the division outperformed boys with 91.58 per cent result, passing percentage for boys was at 87.25 per cent.Interestingly, the passing percentage of girls from all the four districts of the division – Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon and Nandurbar is more than 90 per cent.
As many as 1,86,510 students appeared from the division for the examination. Out of them, 1,66,269 passed it successfully. Nashik division topped the district with 90.61 per cent result. It was followed by Nandurbar district – 89.10 per cent, Dhule – 88.22 per cent and Jalgaon district – 87.44 per cent. Last year, Nashik district had registered 83.86 per cent result . The result percentage in the division as well as all the districts has increased considerably this year. As many as 451 schools in the division registered 100 per cent result whereas only two schools have recorded less than 30 per cent result.
Out of the 84,076 students who appeared for the examination from Nashik district, 76,181 passed the examination. In Dhule district, out of the 26,902 students 23,732 passed the examination. In Jalgaon district, out of the 56,827 students 49,689 passed the examination whereas in Nandurbar district, 16,667 students out of the total 18,705 students passed the examination successfully.
Although the ratio of male students is higher in appearance as compared to their female counterparts, the girls have managed to outclass boys with 91.58 per cent result. Around 39,370 students from the division have secured distinction followed by 71,745 students getting first class, 47,809 second class and 7,345 students third class. The total number of successful candidates from the four districts is 1,66,269.
Meanwhile, the students will get their original marksheets from their respective schools at 3.00 pm on Thursday, June 26.