HSC Result 2022: Know 7 Websites To Check Maharashtra Board 12th Result


The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will be announcing the HSC result 2022 today, ie June 08, As per an official notice released by the board, the results are going to be released at 1 PM, Students who have appeared for the board exams will be able to check their results on the official website at the stipulated time. For checking the results, it is advised that students keep their admit cards ready. This year, a total of 14,85,191 students registered for the Maharashtra HSC exam 2022.

According to a report by TimesNow, the results have been officially announced via a press conference that was held at 11 AM. As such, the HSC result 2022 is set to go live on the official websites from 1 PM onwards. The pass percentage stands at 94.22%.

Where to check?

Maharashtra HSC exams 2022 were conducted from March 4 to April 7 across the state. All COVID-19 related regulations were strictly followed for holding the exams. As and when the results are declared, students will be able to check the same from seven different websites. These websites have been given below.

  • mahresult.nic.in
  • hscresult.mkcl.org
  • hsc.mahresults.org.in
  • lokmat.news18.com
  • indiatoday.in/education-today/results
  • mh12.abpmajha.com
  • tv9marathi.com/board-result-registration-for-result-marksheet-12th

In case any of the websites remain down due to heavy traffic, then students should opt for another one from the list or try again after some time. They can obtain the subject-wise marks from the above-mentioned websites and also take a printout of the same for future use. Note that consolidated results will be made available to the junior colleges via the official website – mahahsscboard.in. The scorecards will contain the student’s name, address, school details, marks secured in each subject, total marks, qualifying status, etc.

Previous year statistics

In 2021, the overall pass percentage of the HSC result was 99.63%. This included Science, Arts, Commerce and Vocational subjects. The pass percentage for the Commerce stream stood at 99.91% while the same for Vocational subjects was 98.80%. No merit list was released since the exams took place based on an alternative evaluation scheme. Students must note that the results for all three streams are expected to be released together and at the same time. Along with the HSC result 2022, this year, it seems likely that the Maharashtra board will be releasing the list of toppers since the exams were held in the offline mode.

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