Updated: August 4, 2021 9:14:19 am
Maharashtra Board HSC 12th Result 2021: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared the HSC results on August 3, 2021. The board has recorded an overall pass percentage of 99.63 per cent. Amongst the different streams, science recorded 99.45 pass percentage, Arts 99.83 pass percentage, Commerce 99.91, and HSC Vocational 98.80 pass percentage.
The class 12 results can be checked at the official websites – mahresult.nic.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, msbshse.co.in and hscresult.11thadmission.org.in.
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In the HSC results, a total of 46 students scored 100 per cent results, while 91,420 students scored more than 90 percent. Out of the 160 subjects, 70 percent subjects had 100 percent results. No junior college had zero percent results this year. Among the differently-abled category, 99.51 percent of students have been declared pass.
In the district-wise performance, Konkan has secured the highest pass percentage with 99.81%, followed by Mumbai at 99.79% and Pune with 99.75 pass percentage. A total of 6,88,730 students have secured distinction out of the 13,19,754 students who registered to appear in the exams. As many as 5,23,962 students secured first division.
Girls have performed better than boys. While girls recorded a pass percentage of 99.73%, boys registered a pass percentage of 99.54%. A total of 7,10,719 boys and 6,09,035 girls registered to appear for the HSC exams out of which 7,07,518 boys and 6,07.447 girls have been declared pass by the board.
The board has released a list of complaint redressal officers at every divisional level where the students can approach with their complaints regarding the results. A format for the complaint is available on the website — http://www.mahahsscboard.in, using which students can raise complaints. The complaint redressal officer will resolve the complaints/queries within 10 days.
The HSC Class 12 exams were not conducted this year due to the pandemic. The results have thus been formed on the basis of an alternative means of assessment. The exams were previously to be conducted from April 23 till May 29 and the practicals were to be conducted from April 1 till April 22. However, the state soon announced the cancellation of HSC or class 12 examinations, in view of the pandemic.
Meanwhile, the board declared class 10 results for the academic year 2020-21. This year the board recorded 99.95 pass per cent which is the highest the Maharashtra board has recorded for SSC results in the past 7 years. A total of 957 students received 100 per cent marks while 1,04,633 students received more than 90 per cent marks.
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