Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 Out - Steps to Check, Passing Criteria, and Supplementary Exam
Published on : 29th May 2019 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Pune has declared the result for its Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination on 28th May 2019. The board had conducted the class 12th examination from 21st February to 20th March 2019. Candidates must visit the official website - www.mahresult.nic.in for checking the result.
A total of 14,23,503 students have appeared for the HSC examination out of which 12,21,159 have passed the exam. The pass percentage for this year is 85.88% which has dropped from the last year. Last year, the pass percentage was 88.41%.
Steps to check the Maharashtra Class 12th Result 2019
The board has released the result through online mode and candidates can check the same through the official website by following the steps provided below:
- Go to the official website - www.mahresult.nic.in.
- Click on the ‘HSC Examination Result March 2019’ link under the ‘Latest Announcement’ heading.
- Enter the details asked for (roll number and mother’s first name) and click on the ‘View Result’ button.
- Your result will appear on the screen.
- Check all the details carefully and download the result.
- You can take a print for the result.
The board will send the mark sheets to the schools. Students can get their mark sheets from their respective schools. Candidates can also check their result at:
State Level Statistics
The state-level statistics are also available at the official website categorised as under:
The result is also available on the basis of different division in the state. Thus, separate results are available for the divisions viz. Aurangabad, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Nashik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Konkan, and Latur.
Students can check the result on the basis of state-level statistics and divisional statistics from the official result website.
Students are required to score at least 20 per cent marks in the written/theory exam and 35 per cent marks (combined) in the theory and practical exam for passing the exam. The board conducts supplementary exams for those who are not able to qualify. The exam is conducted in the month of July and the result for the same is announced by the end of August.
Maharashtra Class 12th Exam Facts
More than 14 lakh students had registered for the HSC examination under the Maharashtra Board, this year. Out of these, 8,42,919 were boys and 6,48,151 were girls. The examination was conducted at 2,957 exam centres across the state.