The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) will declare the state HSC results on Thursday, July 16. According to the official, the students will get their results today at 1 pm. The result will be available on the websites- mahresult.nic.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in. This year, record 90.66 per cent students have passed their Maharashtra class 12 exams.
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Around 15.05 lakh students had appeared in the state HSC exams this year of which 14.20 lakh were regular students. The board exam was conducted before the lockdown restrictions were imposed, while the pending class 10 exam was cancelled. The government then announced that marks for geography subject would be given based on average marks received in five other subjects of the examination.
Students can check the results by visiting the official website – mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, mahresult.nic.in. On the homepage of the website, students need to click on their relevant class link and then log in by entering their roll number, mother’s name, and other details. Lastly, students need to click on the view result button after which the result will be displayed on the screen.
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Meanwhile, in another first, from this year onwards, students will be able to make applications for revaluation of marks, photocopies of answer sheets, re-checking of papers and migration certificates, from the next day of declaration of results through the website, http://verification.mh-hsc.ac.in. The application can be submitted to the respective divisional board either directly by the student or through the school.
For revaluation, students have to submit self-attested copies of their asnwersheet. For the same, they have to first obtain the asnwersheet after making online application, self-attest, the same and upload it on the website within five days of receiving the photocopies of answersheets, after paying fees for the same. Students wishing to do revaluation can contact their respective divisional boards.
For those students who have cleared the examination but want to appear for Class Improvement Scheme, only two attempts will be available in subsequent exams.
Students need to obtain 35 per cent marks in each subject to clear both SSC and HSC exams. Once the results are announced, those who have cleared the exams will be issued with original mark sheet, which is to be collected by the students from their respective schools. Last year, the state recorded 85.88 passing percentage, with Konkan emerging as the best performing district.
If we compare streamwise, 92.60 per cent students had cleared from Science and 88.22 and 76.40 per cent had passed from Commerce and Arts respectively.
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