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MSBSHSE Maharashtra HSC result 2021: Board releases class 12 roll number at mh-hsc.ac.in

MSBSHSE Maharashtra HSC result 2021: Maharashtra Board has released the class 12 Roll Number on mh-hsc.ac.in.

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Updated: Jul 31, 2021, 06:11 PM IST

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is likely to declare HSC Result 2021 soon. Students can check the official website for the latest updates MSBSHSE, mahahsscboard.in. According to Hindustan Times, the Maharashtra Board class 12 result will not be declared today. Supreme Court of India had asked all state boards to ensure that the Class 12th results are released by July 31. However, there has been no update or official confirmation on the same.

MSBSHSE on Saturday (July 31) released the HSC roll numbers and seat numbers on the official website of the state board- mh-hsc.ac.in.

The roll numbers have been released now, as the admit cards were not issued this year, since no examinations were held.

“A link activated by the MSBSHSE meant for confirmation of seat number was mistaken for the results link, leaving students and parents anxious,” the MSBSHSE official had said on Friday.

“Students should not fall for false leads. The board will officially announce the date for HSC results through appropriate medium,” the official has said as quoted by Hindustan Times.

Once declared, the result can be checked through their roll number and registration number on the board’s official website- mahahsscboard.in and mh-ssc.ac.in.

Around 14 lakh students have registered for the Maharashtra HSC. The official result website mahresults.nic.in was discontinued for the SSC Results 2021. The official site to check Maharashtra HSC class 12 Results 2021 is also expected to be announced soon.

This year, a 40:30:30 evaluation criteria is being followed by Maharashtra Board. This evaluation criteria is similar to CBSE’s evaluation criteria. The class 10, and 11 marks will have 30 per cent weightage each while the class 12 internal assessments will have 40 per cent weightage in theory subjects, and the marks obtained in practicals will be uploaded by schools as per the usual process.

As a relaxation, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has decided to pass all students. An official notification said, “Given the pandemic, the state board is permitted to pass all students in the HSC exam.”

Any student who would be getting marks less than the minimum score will be given grace marks and promoted to the next class. Still, if any candidate is not satisfied with the marks allotted, they can appear in the next couple of examinations for improvement in scores to be conducted by the board.

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