Maharashtra HSC 12th supplementary result 2018 LIVE: The students, who wish to re-total the marks obtained after can apply to their respective divisional boards between August 27 and September 15. MSBSHSE has uploaded the subject-wise results post 1 pm on the website www.mahresult.nic.in
Maharashtra HSC 12th supplementary Result 2018 LIVE: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the results of Class 12, Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) supplementary examinations on Friday, August 24. MSBSHSE has uploaded the subject-wise results post 1 pm on the website — http://www.mahresult.nic.in.
success rate dips 2.31%
The annual exams were conducted from February 21 to March 20 while the supplementary exams were held in July. The students, who wish to re-total the marks obtained after can apply to their respective divisional boards between August 27 and September 15. A total of 14.85 lakh students — 8.35 lakh boys and 6.50 lakh girls — across the state had registered for the Maharashtra Board examination that were conducted from February 21 to March 20.
The exam was conducted for 131 subjects in nine divisions of the state, including Pune, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Amravati, Latur, Konkan, Nashik and Aurangabad. "The examination was conducted under strict vigilance and district collectors in the state ensured that there was no malpractice by deploying flying squads and making necessary security arrangements at exam centres," chairman of the state board Shakuntala Kale told TOI on Friday soon after the results were declared.
In Maharashtra, as many as 1.02 lakh students appeared for the exam and 23,140 cleared it, taking the pass percentage to 22.65% - showing a decline of 2.31% against last year's results.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary education announced the results of the exam, which was held in July this year, on Friday afternoon. The students who have passed the exam will now be able to participate in the special admission rounds to be conducted by various colleges and departments different universities in the state.
All answer sheets had a barcode in order to maintain security. The practice was conducted in the regular exam as well. Kale said the marksheets of the students will be distributed at a later date to be announced by the board.
The Latur division recorded the highest pass percentage with 31.48, followed by Aurangabad (28.50), Kolhapur (25.94), among others. Mumbai recorded the lowest pass percentage at 19.27.
Apply for reevaluation from August 27
The state board has said that students who wish to apply for revaluation of answer sheets can start applying from August 27 to September 5. To apply for the photocopy of answer sheets, students can fill up the form from August 27 to September 15.
Last three year's results: