Maharashtra SSC Results 2019: Mumbai boy Akshit Jadhav achieves rare feat, scores 35 marks in all subjects

Published on: Jun 11, 2019 11:57 IST
Register for Result Update

maharashtra-ssc-result-2019-boy-secures-35-marks-in-all-the-subjects-body-image

Maharashtra SSC Results 2019: While every student strived to achieve the highest marks as per their caliber there was one who set the bar for those students who prefer selective studies. Akshit Jadhav from Mira Road, Mumbai secured 35 marks in all his subjects in the recently released Class 10 examination results 2019 of Maharashtra.

A student of Shanti Nagar High School, Akshit secured 35 marks which are considered as the minimum passing marks for all the subjects in his Maharashtra SSC Examination Result 2019. While students are known for securing marks as high as 98 or 99 percent, Akshit’s feat of securing such consistent marks in all his subjects has impressed a lot of people.

Akshit secured the perfect passing marks of 35 in each and every subject of the Maharashtra SSC Board 2019 examination, the probability of which is very rare and something that has never been seen before in the history of Indian Education. His achievement is has taken the internet by storm with netizens commenting on his ’exceptional feat’.

Akshit’s parents Ganesh and Aruna Jadhav told the reporters that they were happy with the performance of their son and wished him all success in the future. Akshit’s father also went on to add that students attempt every question with an anticipation that they would get a good score but they may end up with a low score. On the other hand, Akshit secured the minimum passing marks making his family happy that he cleared the examination.

Akshit enrolled as a private candidate. He coaches in Football and plans to build a career in the sport his mother Aruna added.

Maharashtra SSC Board Examination 2019 results were declared on Saturday, June 8, 2019. The overall pass percentage of the state stood at 77.10 percent. As per reports, this is the lowest pass percentage that the state has hit since 2007 when the total pass percentage stood at 78 percent.

Loading...
Register for Education News
Roll Number
Name
Mobile Number
Email ID
Gender
Your Location
Class
What you wish to study
What stream you wish to study?
Your Stream
Study Mode
Loading...