MSCE – Maharashtra State Council for Examinations conducts the annual middle school (std IV) and high school (std VII) scholarship examinations. This year a total of 60 students from Class IV from rural areas have scored full marks (300 out of 300) as against one from the urban division in the middle school scholarship exams organized by Maharashtra State Council of Examinations (MSCE) in February. No student from class VII, who appeared for the secondary scholarship exams could score full marks.
In the middle secondary scholarships, Akshaykumar Anna Bote from Osmanabad scored 300 out of 300, securing the first position in the urban areas while Rushikesh Sampat Satkar of PCMC primary Boy’s School, Pimple Gurav came second with 298 marks. Kapil Eknath Vaidya from Holy cross convent school Akola stood first with 282 marks in the urban area, while Vinayak Pandurang Patil from Kolhapur came first with 278 marks in the rural section.
This year a total of 45 students from PMC run schools featured in the merit list of the district-level scholarship examination conducted by MSCE for class four and class seven. However, only five students made it to the state-level merit list.