Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2017 for Class 12th Exams will be announced today on mahresult.nic.in. The students shall be able to check their MSBSHSE 12th HSC Exams Results from 1:00 PM.
The Maharashtra Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) 2017 Result date has been confirmed. The officials say that there the Maharashtra HSC Result will be announced exactly at 1:00 PM on 30th May 2017. The preparations by the board to declare this year’s HSC results are underway.
On evaluating the timing of the Maharashtra Board HSC Results of the previous year 2016, a general trend can be noticed. The results were announced on 25th May 2016 and on 27th May the year before, 2015, which makes it possible for us to assume a similar timing this year as well.
In accordance with the previous year MSBSHSE HSC Result 2016, the results for the 2017 HSC exams is calculated to be declared today. Although, students are advised to look at these predictions as only a speculated estimation which are yet to be confirmed by the official announcement of the board.
Maharashtra Board HSC Results for 12th Class Exams 2017
|Board||Exam Name||Schedule||Result Date|
|MSBSHSE||SSC Exam||7th March to 29th March||1st week of June|
|HSC Exam||28th Feb to 25th March||30th May 2017|
The Maharashtra HSC Exam Results are considered when the students present it to colleges during the time of their admission to their choice of under-graduate courses. It would be highly beneficial for the students, who have applied to the course, to refer to the results of the previous year in order to build more practical ambitions.
According last year’s statistics, from at least 2016 13, 21,821 registered students for the Maha HSC exams. Maharashtra HSC overall percentage of last year’s result was at 86.60%.
It seems that the female applicants have again out shined the males with 90.50% whereas their male counterparts scored cumulative 83.46%.
Amongst all the streams, the science stream students had scored exceptionally well in last year’s Maharashtra Board HSC results 2016, with 93.16% as their pass percentage.
The persistent improvement of the students under the Maharashtra HSC Results has improved over the years and it is expected that this year’s results of 2017 would break all previous records.
Check Maharashtra Board Result for HSC Exams 2017
The results of the MSBSHSE HSC Exams 2017 are available at the official website mahresult.nic.in after it has been declared. The students will be able to view their results by simply entering the roll numbers that are printed on their cards.
Process to follow:
- Visit the dedicated Maharashtra board result website mahresult.nic.in
- Click HSC Exams 2017 Result link.
- Enter your roll number correctly.
- Provide your Mother’s First Name (at least first 3 characters required).
- Click “View Result” button and the subject wise marks list shall appear on the display.
It is imperative that the students keep an offline copy of their Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2017 as an immediate reference in the future. It must be known that these are for first hand reference only and that only the mark sheet provided by the student’s institution is the original document used for admissions purposes.
Besides this, the students who are not satisfied with their results can chose to send their mark sheets for reevaluation and re-checking of their answer papers to the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education just by paying nominal fees along with an application. The administrations of the respective schools are in charge of forwarding the procedure for re-evaluation to their students.
MSBSHSE Maharashtra Board Introduction
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, which is located in Pune was established 1965 under the Maharashtra Act No. 41 and is the autonomous residing body over the divisional boards of Pune, Mumbai, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Ratnagiri and Nagpur.
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It has the responsibility to conduct the examination, twice a year, of more than 30 lakhs students that register, each year. There are approximately 21000 SSC level and 7000 higher secondary level schools and institutions which are affiliated under the MSBSHSE and it also possesses the power to supervise policies and prescribe syllabus to the other academic institutions.