The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is relied upon to announce the HSC Examination Result March 2019 or Class 12 results today (28 May) at 1 pm on its official website mahresult.nic.in.
Competitors who showed up for the Class 12 HSC examinations, which were held from 21 February to 20 March, can sign on to the official website mahresult.nic.in to check their scores.
Steps to check the Maharashtra HSC Examination Result March 2019:
Stage 1: Visit the official website mahresult.nic.in.
Stage 2: On the homepage of the official site, candidate will find the most recent declaration of the HSC results.
Stage 3: Click on “HSC Examination Result 2019”.
Stage 4: Candidate will be diverted to a new page, where he/she will have to enter details like his/her roll number and his/her mother’s first name.
Stage 5: Click on “view result”.
Stage 6: Candidate will almost certainly see his/her scores now.
Stage 7: Save his/her results and take a print out for future reference.
This year, in excess of 14 lakh students enrolled for the HSC examinations. The board delegated 30,000 to 40,000 educators to function as an invigilator and take an interest in the assessment procedure
Since numerous students will check their scores on the official website, odds are that the portal may run moderate or become unresponsive. In such cases, students are advised to benefit third party-websites, for example, – examresults.net and indiaresults.com.
Candidates will almost certainly get to printed versions of their results, alongside their certificates, at their respective schools and institutes.
In 2018, 88.41 percent students passed the Class 12 examinations. HSC results were announced on 30 May. Girls pass rate was 92.36 percent and boys pass rate was 85.23 percent. The pass rate for Science stream was 95.85 percent, for Commerce stream it was 89.50 percent and for Arts stream the passing rate was 78.93 percent.
The MSBSHE conducts the Maharashtra HSC Class 12 exams every year. The board has nine divisions which are fundamentally situated at Pune, Mumbai, Nasik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Latur, Amravati and Ratnagiri.
Competitors who don’t verify pass marks in the exams can sit for supplementary tests in July of 2019. Instructions for the beneficial exams will be released simply after the results are declared.