Maharashtra Education Minister, Varsha Gaikwad, congratulated students who passed HSC board examinations after Maharashtra State HSC results were declared.
“I am happy to note that this time 94.22% of students have passed the state board exams,” said Varsha Gaikwad and admired students for passing with ‘flying colours in this exam as this was a time of challenges and uncertainty brought on by the pandemic’. Gaikwad also pointed out that the results were 3.56 % higher than last year.
“This has only been possible because of the amazing grit and hard work of our students,” she added. Gaikwad also thanked parents, teaching and non-teaching staff and state board officials by saying, “I would also like to thank the parents for supporting their children and us during this time. Also a special thanks to our teachers, staff and state board officials,”
Education Minister requested students, who are disappointed with the results not to be discouraged as they shall find enough opportunities in the future.
As per Maharashtra State Board, 94.22% of students have passed the exam in Arts, Science and Commerce streams. While the Konkan division has recorded the best pass percentage – 97.21%, Mumbai has recorded the lowest pass percentage at 90.91%.