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Maharashtra HSC results 2017: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has announced the results of Class 12th exams at a press conference in Pune. This year’s total pass percentage is 89.50 which is about 2.9 per cent increase from last year’s percentage.
The Board has uploaded the results of HSC exam on May 30.
The girls have scored an overall percentage of 93.5 per cent whereas the boys have registered 86.65 per cent.
Division-wise Maharashtra HSC results 2017 pass percentage data:
View: Declared Maharashtra HSC Result 2017 Class 12th Board Exam Result; check on mahresult.nic.in, click here
Once declared, the students can check the official website from mahresults.nic.in, maharashtraeducation.com, results.mkcl.org and examresults.net
The students can also receive their scores through SMS
BSNL: MHHSC<space><seat number> and send it to 57766
Idea, Vodafone, Reliance, Tata, BSNL: MHHSC<space><roll number> and send it to 58888111
Airtel, Idea, Vodafone and Aircel – Dial USSD string *588# to get result by SMS
Visit the official website mentioned above
On the homepage, click on HSC results 2017
Enter the roll number and other details
Download and take a print out
Read | Maharashtra Board HSC 2017 results out at mahresults.nic.in and results.mkcl.org, Pune district scores 91.16%, click here
Total number of students appeared in HSC exam 2017
This year, a total of 15,05,365 students have registered out of which , 8,48,929 are boys while 6,56,436 are girls, appearing from 9,143 junior colleges across the state.
From Pune, as many as 2,42,628 students appeared. Meanwhile, across Maharashtra, of the total students.
The maximum students are from Science faculty (5,59,423), followed by Arts (5,09,124), Commerce (3,73,870) and 62,148 students for Minimum Competency Vocational Course (MCVC).
There are a total of 2,710 examination centres across the nine divisions of Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amaravati, Nashik, Latur and Konkan.