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Maharashtra HSC result 2018 declared, Konkan division tops with 94.58%

Maharashtra HSC result 2018: The Class 12 examination result will be uploaded by the Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) on its official website at 1pm.

Board Exams 2018 Updated: May 30, 2018 14:01 IST
HT correspondent
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Hindustan Times
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Maharashtra HSC result 2018: The HSC examinations, which began on February 21 and ended on March 20, were taken by 14,85,000 students, including 834,000 boys and 650,000 girls. (File photo)

The Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declared the result of the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), or Class 12 board examination on Wednesday. The result is now available on the Board’s official website mahresult.nic.in.

Here is the direct link to check.

The pass percentage this year is 88.41%. Of the 14,16,986 students who appeared for the exam, 12, 52,817 students passed.

In the divisional results, Konkan secured the highest pass percentage of 94.85%, followed by Kolhapur with 91%, Pune (89.58%), Aurangabad (88.74%), and Amravati (88.08%). While Mumbai was on 6th position with 87.44%, Nashik had the lowest pass percentage of 86.13%.

Girls performed better than boys securing a pass percentage of 92.36%, while 85.23% boys cleared the exam. Of the total 6,33,090 girls who appeared for the exam, 5,84,692 passed. This year, 7,83, 896 boys appeared for the exam and 6,68,125 cleared it.

Students can check their results here. Students can also check their results on mahresult.nic.in.

The HSC examinations, which began on February 21 and ended on March 20, were taken by 14,85,000 students, including 834,000 boys and 650,000 girls. As many as 17,85,000 students -- 973,000 boys and 778,000 girls -- appeared for the SSC examinations held between March 1 and March 24.

This year, the state board hired more flying squads to conduct surprise checks at the centres to curb any form of malpractice during the HSC exams.

Only 25 students were allowed in each exam hall, and the question papers were divided into sets of 25 each so that centre supervisors did not have to open the bundles before they reached the hall.

The state board also conducted a series of workshops across schools to ensure that no mobile phones are allowed inside exam centres, as most paper leaks take place over WhatsApp.

Last year, five HSC question papers — Marathi, secretarial practice, political science, physics and mathematics/statistics — were leaked through WhatsApp almost half an hour before the examinations. Two such cases were also registered in 2016.

The HSC pass percentage stood at 87.14 in 2017.

First Published: May 30, 2018 09:53 IST