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The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education declared the Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 today. Over 14.21 lakh students registered for the HSC exams which were conducted from February 21 to March 20, 2019. The passing percentage has dropped nearly 3% with 85.88 for this year as against 88.41% from last year. Among districts, Nagpur has got the worse while Konkan has performed the best with 93.30%. The pass percentage of Pune district is 87.80%.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will declare the Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 on May 28, as per sources. The Maharashtra board will activate the HSC result link at 1 pm, however, the result will be declared at around 11:00 AM at a press conference. A total of 14,91,306 students registered for the exam, out of which 6,48,151 are girls and 8,42,919 are boys. Maharashtra Board Higher Secondary Certificate examinations were conducted from February 21 to March 20, 2019. Once the result is announced students can check the HSC Result at FastResult website and Mobile Application.
Last year in the Maharashtra HSC result, the passing percentage for 14,18,645 students was 88.41%. This was a decline from Maharashtra HSC Result 2017. Girls students in 2018 had fared better than boys with 92.36% pass percentage against 85.23% for boys.
How to Check Maharashtra HSC Result 2019?
Follow the steps as below to check Maharashtra HSC Result 2019:
- Visit the FastResult website and Mobile App.
- After that, click the web link of 12th Result
- Now the students search the Maharashtra Board from the search bar menu
- Then, click the Check Result Now.
- Fill the Required Details
- Now your Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 will be displayed on the screen.
- Download the result for further uses
Details Mentioned on Maharashtra HSC Result 2019:
The following details will be mentioned in the result:
- Roll No.
- Roll Code
- Name of Student
- Name of Father
- Name of Mother
- Marks obtained in Theory and Practical
- Aggregate Marks
- Result – Fail/Pass
The board appointed 30,000 to 40,000 teachers to work as an invigilator. The Maharashtra board also adopted a slew of measures to curb cheating in the board examination including CCTV monitoring, increasing the number of invigilators and impose section 144 on the day of the examination etc.
Pass Percentage for Maharashtra HSC Result
The Maharashtra Board in 2014 had made a slight change in the passing percentage of students of HSC and SSC examinations. While the aggregate marks to be considered as pass should be 35% but the minimum marks required in theory examination is lowered to 20%.
This year, a total of 2,957 exam centres were set up across the state of Maharashtra where 5,69,476 students from science stream, 3,81,446 from commerce, 4,82,372 from humanities and 58,012 from vocational studies took the examination. For the first time, applications form for the examination were accepted online through Saral portal this year. Question paper pattern has been changed this year.
Maharashtra Board 12th Arts, Commerce And Science Result 2019
students of HSC are each from the arts, commerce and science stream. Besides, some boards will be publishing the result at three individual links? So, regarding the last records, it is decided that the Maharashtra board publish the 12th class (HSC) result at the separate link of all the streams. So, if you need to check your Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 streamwise then attend the same steps as discussed above.
Maharashtra HSC Supplementary Result 2019
After getting the result of the main examinations, what if anyone students will not get the status of the result as passed. For such situation, Maharashtra board conducts the supplementary examinations. The board conducts the examinations in the month of June. After this, by the last week of July, the board publish the result of the supplementary examinations. Maharashtra HSC supplementary Result 2018 published on August 24. Assuming the same for Maharashtra Board HSC supplementary result 2019.
All the Very Best Students!