Class 12 Supplementary results out: Maharashtra Students Performance Deteriorate

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The results of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education HSC (Class 12) have been declared on August 24 and it was 22.65%, which shows that the results of students have deteriorated as compared to the previous year.

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The examination of Class XII was conducted between 17 July and 4 August in the state. There were 1 lakh and 2,160 students seated for this exam from all over the state. Out of this, only 23,140 students have passed and the result is 22.65%. The Board announced the results online at 1 pm on Friday. Latur division has topped among the divisions. The result of Latur division is 31.48 percent.

Mumbai seems to be lagging much behind whereas Latur tops. The result of Mumbai is only 19.27 percent. The result of Pune division is 20.77%. Students can apply for rechecking from August 27 to September 5. Also, Students can apply for the photocopy of the answer papers from August 27 to September 15. Similarly, the Board has given the facility of re-evaluation of answer sheets.

From February 21 to March 20 the annual exams were conducted and the total of 14.85 lakh students had appeared for that exam. The supplementary exams were held in July to give another chance to the students who had detained. The pass percentage for this year was 88.41. Girls had performed better than boys, securing a pass percentage of 92.36, while 85.23% boys cleared the exam.

Students will be able to get a print from the board’s website -‘www.mahresult.nic.in’. Last year the result of HSC was 25.89 percent.

Region wise results-
Pune - 20.77
Nagpur- 25.51
Aurangabad- 28.50
Mumbai- 19.27
Kolhapur- 25.94
Amravati- 21.44
Nashik- 22.32
Latur- 31.48
Konkan- 19.75
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