Maharashtra Board Passing Marks 2023 SSC & HSC (Out) ‣ 10th, 12th Grace Marks

Maharashtra Board Passing Marks 2023 – The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education has released the Maharashtra Board Passing criteria 2023 on their official website at mahahsscboard.in through an official notification.

According to Maharashtra Board Passing Marks 2023, students require at least 35% marks in order to pass HSC or SSC Board Examination.
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In case a student falls short of 2 to 3 marks from Maharashtra Board 2023 passing marks, the board has a Condonation policy, in which students will be given a few marks (depending on the subject) in order to pass the student.

The maximum limit of Maharashtra board SSC, HSC grace marks can be increased in certain cases, if students are participating in some or the other important event. All such cases with other relevant information are given below.

Passing Marks out of 80 in Maharashtra Board

This is the most frequently question among Maharashtra State board students. They should know that the Passing Marks out of 80 in Maharashtra Board are 28 marks (35% of 80). So, they need to score 25 passing marks out of 80 in Maharashtra SSC or HSC Board exams.

Below, we have provided the subject-wise Maharashtra State board passing marks out of 80, 20 and others:

ParticularPassing Marks (35%)Round-off
Passing Marks out of 20 in Maharashtra Board77
Passing Marks out of 40 in Maharashtra Board1414
Passing Marks out of 50 in Maharashtra Board17.518
Passing Marks out of 60 in Maharashtra Board2121
Passing Marks out of 70 in Maharashtra Board24.525
Passing Marks out of 75 in Maharashtra Board26.2526
Passing Marks out of 80 in Maharashtra Board2828
Passing Marks out of 90 in Maharashtra Board31.532
Passing Marks out of 100 in Maharashtra Board3535
Passing Marks out of 120 in Maharashtra Board4242
Passing Marks out of 150 in Maharashtra Board52.552
HSC, SSC Maharashtra Board Passing Marks Out of 80, 100, 150, etc.

Maharashtra SSC Grading System 2023

  • A for 60% and above marks
  • B for 45% to 59% marks
  • C for 35% to 44% marks,
  • D for below 35% marks
  • E for Exempted
  • H for Handicapped

Maharashtra HSC Grading System 2023

  • Distinction: To successful candidates who obtain not less than 75% marks in the aggregate.
  • Grade I: To successful candidates who obtain less than 75% but 2ot less than 60% of marks in the aggregate.
  • Grade II: To successful candidates who obtain not less than 45% of marks but less than 60% of marks in the aggregate.
  • Grade-pass: To all other successful candidates.

Maharashtra Board SSC Passing Marks 2023

According to Maharashtra SSC Passing Marks 2023, in order to pass the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination, students must score at least “C” grade in each optional and main subjects.

Passing Marks for different Types of subjects:

  • In Optional Technical Subjects, whose exam is taken by the Board, students are required to secure at least 35% marks in order to pass in that subject of Maharashtra Board SSC Syllabus 2023.
  • In Social Science and other language subjects, the Maharashtra SSC Passing Marks 2023 are 35 marks out of the maximum of 100 marks.
  • For Mathematics and Science subjects, whose paper is of a maximum of 150 marks, the passing marks are 52.

If in a subject, multiple papers and practicals are conducted, then Maharashtra Passing Marks 2023 is calculated after adding the marks in all the papers.

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Maharashtra Board HSC Passing Marks 2023

  • As per Maharashtra Board HSC Passing Marks 2023, a minimum of 35% marks should be scored by a student in order to pass the Maha HSC Board Examination.
  • If both the written paper and practical paper is conducted, the Maharashtra Passing Marks 2023 HSC will be calculated after adding the marks for both the papers of that subjects’ Maharashtra HSC Syllabus 2023.
  • The condonation marks will be awarded based on the subject pattern, given below:
    • Subject 1 – 3 Marks
    • Subject 2 – 5 Marks
    • Subject 3 – 8 Marks
  • In case a student who appears for all the subjects and fails in any one or more subject will get a condonation of 15 marks in aggregate. This is only applicable for a maximum of 3 subjects.
  • If a student has represented in any sport at state, national or international level ( during session 2021-22), then he/she shall be given a grace mark of 15 marks instead of 10 marks which is for the rest of the students.

Condonation Policy of Maharashtra Board SSC Passing Marks 2023

According to Maha Board Passing Marks 2023 SSC, if a candidate (who hasn’t applied for any exemption) has shortage of 2 to 3 marks, then automatic condonation of marks will be granted in order to make the candidate pass his/her examination.

Check the list of grace marks that can be awarded in each subject given below:

SubjectsCondonation marks admissible upto
First Language 2
Second Language2
Third Language 2
Social Science2
Mathematics3
Science3
Maths and Science combined6
Two subjects opted by deaf and dumb students in place of two languages2 in each subject
  • If students need more than the decided condonation marks, then no condonation marks will be awarded, not even the decided limit given above.
  • If any student has been in any sport at state, national or international level (during academic year 2021-22) shall be awarded with grace marks of upto 20 marks in certain subjects.
  • Also, if a candidate has been a part of the annual Republic Day parade (conducted in New Delhi) then he/she is provided with up to 20% grace maks in the subjects where the decided grace marks are 10% for other students.

If the student who comes in any of the above categories is unable to pass the examination even after getting 20% grace marks, he/she will not be eligible to get automatic condonation marks.

If a student has applied for exemption, then the automatic condonation marks will be given according to the pattern given below:

SubjectsMarks
Subject 13
Subject 25
Subject 33
Subject 410
Subject 513

Note :- A candidate will not be eligible to get grace marks in combined Mathematics and Science subjects if he has opted for exemption in Mathematics or Science individually.

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Will the Condonation Policy be applicable for each and every subject?

According to Maha Board 2023 Passing Marks Class 10 and 12, the Condonation marks will not be awarded for Tech based and other such optional subjects.

Will the deaf and dumb students be given extra advantage in the Condonation policy?

Yes, as per Maharashtra Passing Marks criteria 2023, students who are deaf and dumb will be given a grace of 20 marks instead of 10 marks as compared to normal students.

What if a student is unable to pass the examination even after getting grace marks?

In case, a student is not able to score the Maharashtra Boards Passing Marks 2023 even after automatic condonation of marks, then he/she will have to appear for the supplementary examination through which they will be given a chance to improve their scores and get the certificate.

Can a student get grace marks in more than 2 subjects?

Yes, based on the Maharashtra board grace marks policy, students can get grace marks in more than two subjects based on certain pattern as mentioned above.

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