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  • Mumbai: 90 percent pass percentage in Malad’s Malvani slum school

    Mumbai: A school in Malad’s Malvani slum has a good reason to rejoice: for the first time, it has a 90.42 per cent overall pass percentage. About 99% of its students hail from the Muslim community. Among these, Samreen Ansari secured 92.20 per cent, while there are seven distinction holders. Most of the students have a financially poor background; this is the second reason for Principal of Elia Sarvat

  • Mumbai: 4 students from city secure 100% in Class 10 SSC results, over 13000 score 90%

    Mumbai: Four students of Mumbai have scored 100 per cent in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examinations this year. Also, around 13,329 students of Mumbai secured above 90 per cent. This essentially means the cut-off percentage for the First Year Junior College (FYJC) admissions will go through the roof. Besides, premium colleges will not be accessible to students who have scored below 90 per cent.

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    Maharashtra SSC Result 2018: 17 lakh students to get their SSC results today

    Mumbai: The wait is over as the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) board examination will be declared on Friday at 1 pm. Students have been waiting for these results since a long time as it is considered as the major result of the state which marks the beginning of the crucial admission process for First Year Junior College (FYJC).

  • TS SSC Results 2018: Telangana Class 10th TS SSC results to be declared today, check results at

    The Telangana Board of Secondary Education will declare Class 10 or also known as TS SSC results today (April 27). Students who have appeared for this exam can check results on Telangana Board of Secondary Education’s official website The results will be declared by 10 am, but some reports also suggest that the time been postponed to 7 pm.

  • High cut-off expected for FYJC admissions in Mumbai

    Mumbai: Before applying for admission to junior colleges which has begun, students who have just cleared their Class 10 need to study last year’s cut-off marks and expect it to be high for this academic session.

  • Mumbai: Online admission opens for junior college from today

    Mumbai: Now that the results of all the boards for Class 10 are out, students are all geared up and waiting for the admission process. The admissions for minority, in-house, management and bifocal (technical) quotas in all junior colleges will be done online from June 16 to June 30 (up to 1 pm).

  • Thane girl commits suicide due to less marks after SSC results

    Mumbai: The pressure on students to excel in the 10th is immense and Tuesday were the results. While many students celebrated their good show, those scored less marks were unhappy with their results. In Thane, a girl committed suicide after she the results were out.

  • Results

    Girls outshine boys in class X exams in Punjab

    Mohali (Pb): Girls outperformed boys in the matriculation (class X) examination, results of which were today declared by Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal, chairperson of the board, said the top positions were bagged by the girls and their pass percentage was 78.30 per cent while pass percentage of boys was 67.43 per cent.