92 students from Maharashtra pass the Rashtriya Pradnya Shodh exam

Out of the 392 students that appeared for the exam from Maharashtra, 92 students got selected for the scholarship. The 92 students consist of 71 boys and 21 girls


92 students from Maharashtra have qualified for scholarships after they passed the Rashtriya Pradnya Shodh exam (state level) conducted by Maharashtra State Council of Examination. The 92 students consist of 71 boys and 21 girls.

A total of 389 students from the state had appeared for the national level exam conducted by National Council Educational Research and Training (NCERT) in accordance with the quota of Maharashtra for Rashtriya Pradnya Shodh exam on May 13, 2018.

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Meanwhile, the 92 selected students for scholarships include 39 students of State Government course, 39 of CBSE course, 10 students of ICSE course while the remaining four students were of other courses.

The Commissioner of Maharashtra State Council of Examination, Tukaram Supe stated that out of the 1,000 sets of scholarships at the national level, 92 seats have been bagged by students from Maharashtra.

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