Congratulations to all SSC & HSC Std students who received their results in June.
Well done! May your future be filled with many more great achievements like this.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has announced the results of Class XII for the year 2021-22. A total of 40 students from Snehalaya's Rehabilitation Center and Balbhavan were admitted for the 12th examination. All these students have achieved great success. We are so proud of all our students, who delivered a 100% pass rate
Teachers and social workers of both projects provided valuable guidance to the students during their studies. The children also studied hard. Perhaps this is why the children reached the pinnacle of success.
A total of 7 students from our Rehabilitation Ccenter appeared for the 12th examination this year. All of these students have passed with good marks. In this five students were studying in Arts and two students were studying in Science. Nilesh Javalkar, a student of Science, scored 65.5% marks, and Didi Chavan, a student of Arts, also scored 65% marks & got the first rank.
In our Balbhavan, 33 students appeared for the exam. All of these students have passed with good marks. This included 19 students in Arts, 7 in Commerce and 7 in Science respectively.
This includes Junaid Shaikh from our Kshitij Balbhavan, who achieved 76.67% marks in Science, Kamble Savita from Uttkarsh Balbhavan, who achieved 74.67% in Arts, and Shinde Tejashree received 64.83% in Commerce side & got first ranked.
100% SSC pass
In the 2021-22 academic year, 17 students of Snehalaya English Medium were studying in 10th standard. Dhanashree Agre from our Rehabilitation Center has achieved the first position with 86 percent marks. Sakshi Narwade came second with 78.40 percent marks, and Komal Kadam came third with 76.40 percent marks. Devashri Kulkarni from Ahmednagar came third with 75 percent marks.
Another 14 students from our Snehasparsh project were studying in the 10th class. This year seven students were studying in English medium and seven in Marathi medium. Out of these, Yash Pawar secured the first position with 76.20%, Krishna Kajale secured the second position with 74.80% and Hasan Sheikh secured the third position with 74.60%.
Balbhavan, which operates in seven service areas in Ahmednagar, has also got 100 percent results. Suzan Sajid Sheikh, a student of Malala Balbhavan, scored 86.40%. Zinnia Miraj Sheikh came first with 85%, and Saba Salim Inamdar came third with 82.60%. This is unique because Komal Sahebrao Adagale, a deaf student studying at Halbe Balbhavan in Sanjaynagar, has set an example for all by achieving 80 percent marks in class 10 on the strength of her hearing ability only.
Snehalaya's staff, mentors, trustees, and directors of the organization congratulated all the successful students and wished them for their future life.