Maharashtra Board HSC 2014 Result- Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has declared the Class XII (HSC) results. Over 90 percent students have passed the state Board exam, making it the highest passing percentage in the history of the state, officials said. Overall in the state this year, 90.03% students, up by 17.53% as compared to the previous year, passed the HSC exam, as per the results declared by the Maharashtra Board. The success rate in Mumbai division stood at 88.30%, significantly up from last year’s 68.7%, while the highest success rate was registered in the Konkan region at 94.85%.
Outperforming boys once again in Mumbai, the girls’ success rate was at 92.34% as compared to the boys’ 84.73%. Stream-wise in Mumbai, 90.71% students passed in Science, 87.91% in Commerce and 84.65% in Arts, while 94.53% passed in the Vocational stream.
The Maharashtra Board exam was conducted according to two course structure – Revised Course and Old course this year.
In Revised Course structure, as many as 1,198,859 students had appeared, of these 1,079,332 passed, while in Old Course structure, a total of 131,452 students had appeared, of which 38,718 passed. Overall, of 1,330,311 students who appeared in the exam, 1,118,050 students passed.
For result, students can check below. Also, the BSNL users can get their result through SMS by sending MHHSC to 57766.
The Junior colleges will make available the marksheets to their respective students on June 10 at 3.00 pm. For revaluation of marks, students can visit their respective division board office between June 10 and June 20.
The HSC and SSC Examinations are conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education across the state through its nine Divisional Boards located at Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri. In state, there are nearly 21,000 Senior Secondary Schools and 7,000 Higher Secondary Schools.
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