Mumbai's Madani High School registered a thumping 100% results as
Urdu medium schools across Maharashtra excelled in the SSC exams
results of which were declared yesterday. Madani High School
registered the 100% results for the fourth time in a row.
According to the Asst. HM, Aamir
Ansari, Madani High School, Jogeshwari not only registered a very impressive
overall pass percentage, but also have a long list of students who
passed the class 10 exams with distinction.
"Of the total 218 students of Madani
High School who appeared and
passed the SSC exams this year, 27 students have
scored more than 90% marks, 75 students scored between 80-89%
marks, 70 students got between 70-79% and 45 scored above 60%", he
said while speaking to ummid.com.
Siddiqui Khadeeja Mohd Raees top
scored with 95.27% marks, Ansari added.
Anjuman Khairul Islam Girls' High
School, Kurla is another Urdu medium school of Mumbai, which has
registered a 100% results. From this school, of the total 117
students who appeared and passed the exams, 5 students scored more
than 90%, 47 students more than 75% and 56 students got more than
Other Urdu medium schools across
Maharashtra also excelled in the SSC exams. While SM Khalil High
School of Malegaon topped the list of the Urdu medium schools in
Malegaon with an overall passing percentage of 99.18%, Ansari
Safia Girls High School, Bhiwandi impressed with 95.17%, Raees
High School, Bhiwandi registered 92.30% results and Abdullah Patel
Urdu Girls High School, Mumbra recorded 96.31% results.
According to the preliminary
analysis, overall Urdu medium schools recorded more than 90% pass
A total of
14,60,947 boys and
girl students of Maharashtra had appeared for the exams held in February/March
2011. The state comprising of eight divisions recorded an overall
pass percentage of 76.06% on the basis of fresh students.
Mumbai topped the eight divisions
with an overall pass percentage of
87.93%. Pune division came second with a percentage of 85.91% while Kolhapur division is a close third with 85.75 passing percentage.
The Board while announcing the results adopted the Best-Five policy to
display the results on the mark sheets. The marks of 6th subject
would also be available on the mark sheet to make the students
aware of their performance.
The Board also followed the rules
laid last year as there is no list of toppers. The list of subject wise toppers,
however, would be published once all the schools collect their
respective results which would be almost after 10 days from the
declaration of result.