Maharashtra HSC Result 2022 Live: Maharashtra State Board Of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has declared the result and direct link is active on the official website.
94.22% students in Arts, Science and Commerce streams have passed the exam. MSBSHSE Class 12 result link will be activated at 1 pm.
Maharashtra HSC Result 2022: Zone Wise Pass Percentage
Amravati: 96.34 %
In Maharashtra HSC result 2022, 94.22% students have passed and the pass percentage has come down by 5.41 percentage points since last year. Notably, there were no board exams in Maharashtra last year.
The Maharashtra HSC Result will be declared at 1 pm on Board’s official website – https://www.mahahsscboard.in/. The Maharashtra HSC exam was conducted from March 4 to April 7, 2022.
A total of 14,85,191 students had registered for the exam this year. Of these, 8,17,188 are boys and 6,68,003 are girls.
The date and time for the declaration of the result would be announced officially soon. Education Minister would be announcing the date of the results online once they are confirmed. HSC Results would be released first. SSC Results are likely around June 20.
Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad has not shared any official notification for HSC Result 2022 date. She had shared June 10 date in a conversation and also said that the board would be announcing the result dates in a conference with the media. The official notice is awaited, though result date is not likely to change.
Once declared, HSC results would be available on mahresult.nic.in, mahahsscboard.in, hscresult.mkcl.org and other websites.
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Maharashtra State Board Results for SSC, Class 10 would be released later. Here’s how to check, where to check and when to check.
- Nearly 14 lakh students appear for the HSC Examinations every year.
- In 2021, a pass percentage of 99.63% was recorded.
- In 2020, pass percentage was 90.66.
- This year a slight dip is expected due to the long lockdowns imposed on schools in view of the pandemic and the resultant loss in learning.