Maharashtra HSC Result 2021:After declaring Class 12 results through reports, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has now activated the Maharashtra Board HSC result 2021 link at mahresult.nic.in and other alternative websites.
Students who registered for Higher Secondary Certificate Examination can check their HSC result 2021 Maharashtra board online by entering seat number and mother’s first name.
The Maharashtra HSC result 2021 will be announced on the official website of the Maharashtra Board i.e. mahresult.nic.in 2021 HSC. To check the mahresult.nic.in 2021 HSC result, students will have to enter their seat number and mother’s first name.
Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad also thanked all the colleges for going beyond their duty hours to complete the results. She extended her gratitude to them for finalizing the results in a short period of time. Further, colleges can also assess their collective results from mahahsscboard.in. This year, the board is expected to achieve a 100% pass percentage in the examination.
Maharashtra HSC result 2021: 46 Students Jointly Get the First Position
This year, the top position is a tie between 46 students from different schools and regions. The highest score obtained by students is a full 100%. All these students have got 100% marks each
Maharashtra HSC Result 2021: Konkan Best, Aurangabad Least performing District
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. Here is a detailed list of all regions –
How to check Maharashtra HSC result 2021?
Students can follow the given steps to check Maharashtra board 12th result 2021 online:
- Go to the Maharashtra HSC result 2021 official website – maharesult.nic.in 2021 hsc result.
- Click on the link of HSC result 2021 Maharashtra board.
- Now submit seat number and mother’s name.
- Click on the ‘View Result’ button to submit it.
- The mahresult-nic-in 2021 hsc result will be shown on the screen
Maharashtra HSC result 2021 – Key Highlights
Exam name – Higher Secondary Exam 2021
Exam conducting authority – Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education
Maharashtra HSC result date – August 3, 2021
Maharashtra result HSC 2021 time – 4 PM
Maharashtra board official website – mahresult.nic.in 2021 HSC result
Officials had previously confirmed that the board could not complete the result computation work by July 31 due to the flood situations in many parts of the state. With school administrations unable to send the marks, the results could not be released as per the intended schedule of July 31. The board, however, is continuously working on preparing the result and declaring it at the earliest.
It may be noted that the Maharashtra Board did not apply for any extension for date of release at the Supreme Court. In case of any actual delay, the board might have sought extension from the deadline set by SC. The declaration of the result today, August 3 will end the wait for almost 14,000 students awaiting their class 12 HSC Result 2021.
Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2021: Previous year analysis
Maharashtra Board class 12 examination results will be declared on the official website of the board. Students who have appeared for the Maharashtra Board class 12 examinations will be able to check the results by clicking on the link provided on the official website. Along with the Maharashtra Board class 12 examination results, students will also be provided with a complete analysis of the examination results.
Maharashtra Board 12th Result Analysis
According to reports, 90.66 percent students passed the Maharashtra class 12 exams in 2020.
a total of 90.66% of the regular students have passed the Maharashtra HSC exam this year. Out of the 86341 students who took the repeater exam, only 33703 could pass making the pass percent of 39.03%. Gender wise 88.04 percent boys and 93.88 percent girls passed the Maharashtra class 12 exams in 2020, while the pass percentage of Vocational students was 86.07 students.
Stream Wise Analysis
The highest pass percentage was recorded for the science stream with 96.93 pass percentage. Commerce and vocational stream recorded a pass percentage of 91.27 and 86.07 percent respectively. The Arts stream recorded an overall pass percentage of 82.63 percent.
Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2021 Toppers
Maharashtra board class 12 examination results will be declared on the official website of Maharashtra Board. Along with the Maharashtra Board class 12 examinations the board will also be releasing the list of students who have topped the Maharashtra Board class 12 examinations. The list of students who top the examinations will be given stream wise.
Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2021: Rechecking and Re-evaluation
Maharashtra Board class 12 rechecking and revaluation process will be conducted for the students after the exams are conducted. The rechecking and revaluation process is conducted for the students who want to get the answer sheets reevaluated for rotalling mistakes. The applications for the rechecking and revaluation process will be available on the official website of the board.
Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2021: Compartmental Exams
Maharashtra Board Compartmental exams for the class 12 students will be conducted after the exam results for the class 12 students are declared on the official website. The Compartmental exams are conducted for the students who were unable to qualify the exams in the first attempt.
The applications for the compartment wams will be given on the official website of the board a month after the results are declared on the official website. The supplementary examination results will be available on the official website of the board.
About Maharashtra Board
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education was established in 1965 as an education regulatory body in the state of Maharashtra under Maharashtra Act No. 41. The MSBSHSE conducts yearly state level the HSC and SSC Examinations in the state of Maharashtra. 30,000 plus institutions are affiliated with the MSBSHSE, including 21,000 schools (SSC) and 7,000 (HSC) Higher Sec. Schools / Junior Colleges.