The Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 will be declared today on the official website of the board i.e. mahresult.nic.in at around 4 PM in the evening. The candidates who have registered themselves for the Class 12th exam can use their Roll Number and Date of Birth to check the result. The Education Minister has released a list of websites that the candidates can use to check their Maha HSC Result 2021. Earlier the board has cancelled the Class 12th examination for around 14 lakhs students amid rising in the covid cases.
The candidates who wish to check their results can use any of the websites mentioned by the Education Minister in their official tweet:
Amid the Class 12th exam being cancelled, the board has decided to prepare the result using the internal evaluation method devised by the same. The candidates can use the steps mentioned in the space below to check the result of the 10+2 exam.
Step 1: The candidates need to visit the official website of the Maharashtra Board i.e. mahresult.nic.in.
Step 2: Post this, the candidates will be redirected to the official homepage of the board. On the homepage, the candidates need to click on the HSC Class 12th Result Link.
Step 3: Therein, the candidates have to choose the relevant stream for which the candidate has opted along with the Roll Number and Date of Birth as mentioned on the admit card.
Step 4: The Class 12th final result along with the marks scored by the candidates in each subject will be displayed on the next page.
Step 5: In the end, the candidates can cross-check everything mentioned on the HSC Class 12th result and save a copy of the same for future reference.
Last year, the Class 12th result was announced for 14,13,687 candidates. The overall pass percentage recorded for the candidate was 90.66 per cent. The pass percentage of the candidates of the Science stream was 96.93%, while for the Arts and Commerce stream was 82.63% and 91.27% respectively. Amongst all the divisions, as per the previous year, the Konkan division has recorded the highest percentage of 95.88%. While the division that recorded the lowest percentage was Auranagabad with 88.18%.
This year, the Maharashtra HSC result was prepared on the basis of the internal assessment of the students. The Class 12th result was prepared according to the 30:30:40 ratio. 30% weightage was given to the best of three subjects of Class 10th and final result of the Class 11th. Additionally, 40% weightage has been provided to the candidate’s performance in the Class 12th internal exam.