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LIVE: Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 Declared, Link to Download Marksheets Available at mahresult.nic.in, News18

Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 Decalred! LIVE Updates: Marksheets available at official websites, msbshse.co.in, mahresult.nic.in. Direct link at news18.com too.

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Last Updated: June 08, 2022, 08:35 IST

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Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 LIVE Updates: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the class 12 or Maha HSC results today, June 8. As many as 94.22% of students have cleared the exam. The pass percentage has seen a dip from last year. This has happened after the Board has conducted exams after almost two years. Last year the result was announced based on an alternative Read More

Jun 08, 2022 16:10 IST

Varsha Gaikwad wishes Maharashtra HSC Students

The Maharashtra school education minister Varsha Gaikwad has wished all the Maha HSC students and said this year’s result has increased by 3.56% as compared to February-March 2020.

Jun 08, 2022 13:39 IST

Error in Result? Here's What to Do

If any student thinks there is an error in their result or is unhappy with the marks they have got and wishes for it to get rectified can reach out to Maharashtra Board. The complaint redressal officer would have to resolve the complaints/queries within 10days. Students who wish to get their marks recounted or obtain photocopies or apply for re-evaluation of answer sheets can do so after June 10

Jun 08, 2022 13:36 IST

Maha HSC Result LIVE on website

Maha HSC Result LIVE on website

Jun 08, 2022 13:29 IST

Mumbai Slums Worst Hit?

Mumbai suburban area have been the worst affected by school closure during the COVID-19 pandemic in Maharashtra, according to National Achievement Survey (NAS), 2021 by the Ministry of Education. This could be a reason behind Mumbai being a worst performer in board exams too. According to MSBSHSE, 90.91%, Mumbai is worst performer of the year. It is down frm 99.79% last year.

Jun 08, 2022 13:23 IST

Aurangabad Bounces Back After Being Worst Performer Last Year

Aurangabad which despite having a pass percentage of 99.34% was rated as least performer among the 9 zones as redeemed itself this year. Even though its pass percentage crashed to 94.97% it s way above this year’s worst performer Mumbai with 90.91%.

Jun 08, 2022 13:20 IST

83,127 Students Could Not Clear Maharshtra HSC

In Maharashtra HSC results 2022, a total of 14,39,731 students appeared for the examination out of which 13,56,604 students passed. This year, the pass percentage is registered at 94.22%. Huge dip from last year’s 99.6%, however, thanks to relaxations including syllabus cut, more time to write exam among others, the pass parentage is higher than pre-pandemic levels. Earlier, students were against holding offline exams considering most of their classes were held online. As many as 83,127 students are not moving ahead from HSC

Jun 08, 2022 13:15 IST

Dont have Internet connection? Check Maha HSC Result via SMS

Students can also get their marksheet via SMS. To avail of this facility they just need to type MHHSC followed by their roll number and send it to 57766. For instance, a student with roll number 44444 can check their results by sending MHHSC 44444 to 57766.

Jun 08, 2022 13:14 IST

Maha HSC Result 2022: Qualified Students Can Apply for MHT CET for College Admissions

Now that students have cleared class 12, they can move on to checking out admission process for top colleges across India. For admission to Maharashtra-based colleges. State education dept holds MHT CET. The MHT CET for admission to the first year of engineering and technology, pharmacy, and Pharm D degree courses will be based on the MSBSHSE class 12 and class 11 syllabus. Of the total marks, 80 per cent weightage will be given to the class 12 curriculum and 20 per cent to class 11. MHT-CET will consist of three question papers of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) and each paper will be of 100 marks. The engineering entrance exam will be held from August 5 to 11, while the pharmacy exam will be conducted from August 12 to 20. The Maharashtra hotel management entrance will be held on August 21 and the MCA entrance will eb held n august 4 and 5. The three-year LLB entrance will be conducted on August 3 and 4 while the five year LLB entrance will be held on August 2.

Jun 08, 2022 13:12 IST

Maha HSC Result 2022 Available on Digilocler

Step 1: Go to the DigiLocker website — digilocker.gov.in or download the app

Step 2: Click on ‘Register for DigiLocker’

Step 3: Enter a valid mobile number. Enter the OTP sent to the registered mobile number

Step 4: Set your username and password

Step 5: Enter your Aadhar number

Step 6: Sign in using your registered user name and password to check results.

Step 7: Go to Education tab

Step 8: Click on 12th Marksheet tab

Step 9: Marks memo will be available, download

Digilocker is a government platform to keep official documents.

Jun 08, 2022 13:09 IST

Maha HSC Result 2022: Check These Things to Ensure Error-Free Results

Students need to ensure that their mark sheets are error-free. In case of any error, they will have to get in touch with their schools and then the boards, if the issue is not resolved. Here are basic things to check in your marksheet –

— Spelling

— Personal Details

— Total of marks

— Percentage Calculation

— Pass/Fail Status

Jun 08, 2022 13:06 IST

Direct Link to Check Marks LIVE at News18

Students awaiting their scores at official websites can check their marks directly at News18.com by filling from below, Marksheets are LIVE

Jun 08, 2022 13:05 IST

Maharashtra HSC Result 2022: Key Highlights

— After declaring the time of result as 1 PM. MSBSHSE announced result around 11 am. The link to download marksheets, however, is not active for many still.

— Pass percentage has seen a dip across streams and zones. Stream-wise science remains the best performing stream and zone-wise Konkan was best and Mumbai the worst performer

— Even though fewer students passed HSC result this year, the pass percentage is still better than that of pre-pandemic levels when the pass percentage hovered over 85%.

Jun 08, 2022 12:58 IST

Maha HSC Result Link Activated to Check Score

Maha HSC Result Link Activated to Check Score

Jun 08, 2022 12:57 IST

Maha HSC Result 2022: Three Things to Know Before Results

Admit card: Candidates need to know where their admit card or hall ticket is. They need to keep it handy and check scores as soon as they are out using the roll number and date of birth mentioned on it. The admit card can also be used to verify the marksheet; to rule out any error.

Passing Marks: Candidates will have to secure 35 per cent in each subject and overall to pass the HSC 12th exam. The pass percentage was at 90.66% in 2020. As many as 99.6 per cent students passed in 2021 and 94.22 per cent cleared exams in 2022.

Websites to check: Students need to ensue that they refer to the right websites to get their scores. Official websites to check results include mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, mahresult.nic.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, and hscresult.11thadmission.org.in

Jun 08, 2022 12:49 IST

Maharashtra HSC Result Direct Link

Results will be available in online mode at official websites, msbshse.co.in, hscresult.11thadmission.org.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, mahresult.nic.in, and news18.com. To check the result directly from News18.com, students need to fill the form below –

Jun 08, 2022 12:46 IST

Maharashtra Board's Relaxations for 2022 Batch Bring Better Result Than Pre-Pandemic Levels

Despite the pandemic-led online classes, Maharashtra Board has managed to obtain a pass percentage much higher than that of pre-pandemic times. The MSBSHSE had offered a series of relaxations for students of Maharashtra board including reduced syllabus, extra time in exams, allotting home centre for written exams among others. All this combined has ensured a good pass percentage for Maharashtra.

Jun 08, 2022 12:42 IST

Maha HSC Result 2022: Pass Percentage Dips Across Districts

Zone20212022
Pune 99.75%93.61%
Nagpur99.62%96.52%
Aurangabad 99.34%94.97%
Mumbai99.79%90.91%
Kolhapur99.67%95.07%
Amravati99.37%96.34%
Nashik99.61% 95.03%
Latur99.65%95.25%
Konkan99.63%97.21%
Jun 08, 2022 12:35 IST

Pass Percentage Tanks in All 3 Streams

Commerce has lost its position as the top ranking stream to science. There is a dip of nearly 8 per cent in pass percentage for commerce stream. After last year’s 99.91 per cent, this year 91.71 per cent students from the stream cleared exam. In arts stream 99.83 per cent students passed exam last year and 90.51 per cent cleared it this time. In science 99.45 per cent of students cleared HSC without exams and the number has gone down to 98.30 per cent. Despite the dip, science still is top scoring stream.

Jun 08, 2022 12:29 IST

Maharashtra HSC Result 2022: Keep These Credentials Ready Before Checking Marks

To check the results at maharesult.nic.in or mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, students will need their roll number provided to them on their admit card. Students are advised to keep their hall tickets in handy before checking the results.

Jun 08, 2022 12:27 IST

After No-Exam Result, Pass Percentage Drops

After attaining one of the highest pass percentages every the Maharashtra Board has once again seen a decline in pas percentage. This means, fewer kids have passed Maharashtra Board HSC exams this year. The pass percentage has dropped by about 4 per cent from 99.6 per cent in 2021 to 94.22 per cent this year. The pas percentage is, however, higher than pre-pandemic levels when 86.88 per cent of students had passed Maharashtra Board 12th exams.

criterion. A total of 14,39,731 student appeared for the exam out of which 13,56,604 passed.

Konkan is the best performing with 97.21% and Mumbai the least with 90.91%.  The subject wise edited marks of the students registered for the examination through 9 divisional education boards namely Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amravati, Nashik, Latur, Konkan is available. All streams have seen a dip in pass percentage. Stream-wise too, there is a decline in pass percentage of all streams. After last year’s 99.91 per cent, this year 91.71 per cent students from the stream cleared exam. In arts stream 99.83 per cent students passed exam last year and 90.51 per cent cleared it this time. In science 99.45 per cent of students cleared HSC without exams and the number has gone down to 98.30 per cent. Despite the dip, science still is top scoring stream.

Results will be available in online mode at official websites, msbshse.co.in, hscresult.11thadmission.org.in, hscresult.mkcl.org, mahresult.nic.in, and news18.com. To check the result directly from News18.com, students need to fill the form below –

After last year’s record pass percentage received based on non-exam assessment module. This year, the number of students clearing exams went down by about 4 per cent. The offline exams were held despite protests from students seeking online exams. The number of students passing the board exam, however, still remains higher than the pre-pandemic levels. To pass, students need 35 per cent marks in each subject as well as overall.

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