Maharashtra Board (MSBSHSE) has announced result of class 12 today you can check online. With the aspiring candidates result to be out for Maharashtra, it’s almost just an hour left! Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHE) will release district-wise results of Class 12 at 1 PM today. The students will be able to check HSC scores only by 1 PM. The MSBSHSE result will be up in an hour’s time, and you can see results right from there.
MSBSHSE Result of 12th Class Check Online
More than 94,000 Science students sat for the HSC 2020 exam today. In the Science stream, around 94,668 students appeared for the Maharashtra board HSC or Class exams in the year 2020. A total of 91,199 students took the board exam this year.
As per the previous year’s record, the girls have secured a pass percentage of 90.25 percent in the Maharashtra HSC or Class 12 exams while the pass percentage stood at 82.40 percent for boys. More than 1.8 lakh appeared from Mumbai in the commerce stream. A total of 1,87,224 students appeared for the HSC Commerce exam from Mumbai in this year. There were 185,992 students who sat for the board examination in the last year.
How to check MSBSHSE Result of Class 12th?
The HSC results 2020 are declared, students might be unable to login to the official website as there would be heavy traffic in the initial times. Thus, they can avail the SMS service. In order to receive the results on your phone, you may choose to type: MH<exam name> <Seat No.> and send it to 57766.
The students can check their scores on the official website mahresult.nic.in post the declaration of results, and here are the steps to check the results:
Step 1: At first, go to the official website at mahresult.nic.in
Step 2: Next, click on MSBSHE HSC Class 12 Result 2020 link
Step 3: Enter details like roll number to log in
Step 4: Next, the result will appear on the screen. You can choose download and take a print out of the same for future reference.
As per the reports, each and every student would need to score a minimum of 35% in every subject to clear the exam. The candidates are eligible to collect the marksheet or scorecard from their respective institutions once they re-open.