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State board to declare HSC results at 1 pm today

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : May 28, 2019, 3:21 am IST
Updated : May 28, 2019, 3:21 am IST

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Mumbai: In a major relief to the higher secondary students, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will declare the Class 12 results on Tuesday, May 28 at 1 pm.

According to reports, the results will be uploaded on mahresult.nic.in.

Meanwhile the state board officials stated that the details of the overall results would be given in a press conference on 11 am, Tuesday. As many as 14 lakh students have been registered for the HSC exam this year, according to the MSBSHSE. “The students can access their results after 1 pm on the official website by putting their seat no on it,” said an official.

Apart from Class 12 results, SSC (Class 10) results are also likely to be declared in the second week of June. Around 16 lakh students were registered for SSC examination this year.

The HSC examinations were conducted from February 21 to March 20 by the state board this year. Nearly 30,000-40,000 teachers were appointed as invigilators this year.

Students will also get hard copies of their result along with passing certificates from their respective schools at the time provided by them. “This year too, the results will be declared on time. Those who could clear the exams with passing marks, they can apply for supplementary papers in July,” said the official. The passing percentage for HSC examination is 35 per cent along with mandatory scoring of 20 per cent marks in the theory examination.

For the academic year 2017-2018, the state board recorded a pass percentage of 88.41 per cent in the SSC examinations, lesser than the overall result in the year 2017, where 89.50 per cent students passed the examination.

According to the state board data, 92.36 per cent of girls passed the HSC examination last year while 85.23 per cent of boys passed in the same examination.

Several students faced various issues during the examination this year. Students complained that the quality of the paper was below par, making it difficult for them to draw diagrams with pencils or write with gel pens.

Four students — two in Thane, one in Mumbai and one in Palghar —  were caught cheating during physics and political science exams.

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