Maharashtra board announced HSC result 2019; around 14 lakh students can view result on mahresult.nic.in

Dinesh Goyal | 28th May, 2019 - 12:28 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, MAY 28: Maharashtra board or MSBSHSE has announced the class 12th result. The result is released for the candidates appeared in HSC exams from February 21 to March 20, 2019. This year, the pass percentage is 85.88% which is decreased by around 3% than last year. Maharashtra HSC result 2019 is available on the official website for Science, Commerce, Arts and Vocational streams. The direct link to check result is given below.

Get HSC result 2019 Maharashtra in online mode

  • Click on Maharashtra HSC result or visit the official website: mahresult.nic.in

  • Click on ‘Mah HSC result 2019’.

  • Enter roll number and Mother’s First name in the appropriate fields. Enter XXX if mother's name not mentioned in the form.

  • Click on View Result button.

  • The result will be displayed on the screen. Take a printout or screenshot of the same.

Check Maharashtra board 12th result via SMS -

The result can also be checked via SMS without internet. This is the easiest way to check result without any kind of problem.

  • For this, Type a message in this format: MHHSC<space>SeatNumber

  • Sent it to 57766.

  • Maharashtra board will send your result as an SMS.

The board also released the overall, stream-wise, Subject-wise and Grade-wise performance along with Maharashtra HSC 2019 result.

Soon after the result, unsatisfied candidates will be able to apply for the revaluation or verification of their HSC marks. For this, they will have to submit an application form along with their HSC result marksheet and requisite fee. The application form for compartment examination will be available in June 2019 and Exam will be held in July 2019.

All the Best to all students for their Maharashtra HSC result 2019.

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