Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: The Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary And Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared class 12 results or Maha HSC results. As many as 99.63% of the 12 lakh students have passed the exam. This is the highest ever pass percentage by the Maharashtra Board. The result was declared via a media briefing. The link to download marks memo will be available at official websites, mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, mahresult.nic.in, hscresult.mkcl.org. Students can also check results with news18.com.
As many as 6542 schools obtained a 100% result or all the students from these schools have been promoted. Further, 46 students have scored 100% marks in Maharashtra HSC Results 2021. Region-wise, the Konkan division recorded the best pass percentage with 99.81% while Aurangabad was the least performing area with 99.73% of students from the region clearing the exam
At the time of SSC result declaration, the link to check marks was not activated till late evening while the result was declared hours before. This time, the website is expected to have improved, however, students should keep their admit cards handy. Those who don’t have the admit cards can ask their schools for roll numbers. Since exams were cancelled the hall tickets were not distributed.
Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 HIGHLIGHTS: Students can directly check their results with news18.com to do this all they have to do is log-in here using their credentials
Maharashtra, like other boards, had cancelled the board exams and is preparing results based on an alternative assessment model. To ensure uniformity, the state has decided to assess students in 30:40:30 formula which is the same as that of CBSE. Students have been given marks based on their performance in class 10, 11, and 12 internals.
The admission process for non-professional courses will start after Class 12 results are declared in Maharashtra, state Higher and Technical Education Minister Uday Samant had clarified earlier. Gaikwad too has asked Colleges to comply with the timelines and align college admissions, accordingly.