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Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2019 @ How to check Maharashtra Class 12th results through SMS



Maharashtra Board 12th Results 2019

Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2019 i.e. (Maharashtra Class 12th results 2019) will be declared today at 1 pm on May 28. There will be a press conference on the first place at 11 am in which the board authorities will pronounce the Maharashtra HSC Result 2019 or Maharashtra 12th Result 2019.

Maharashtra Board HSC Result: How to check Maharashtra HSC Results 2019:

  1. Login to Maharashtra results web portal at
  2. Click on the Maharashtra HSC Result March 2019 tab
  3. Enter candidate’s roll number and mother’s name
  4. Click on Submit
  5. Take a print out and save for future use

How to check Maharashtra Board HSC Result through SMS

The Maharashtra Board Class 12th Result will be out today at 11 am through the press conference and candidates can check Maharashtra Board results 2019 or MSBSHSE HSC result 2019 on the official website

So as to check Maharashtra 12th Result through SMS, candidates need to type MHHSC space (seat number) and send it to 57766.

Maharashtra Board HSC Result: Third party websites

As the Maharashtra Board 12th Result 2019 or Maharashtra HSC Results gets proclaimed, all competitors can check their scores on these elective websites:

Maharashtra HSC Result 2019: Total number of students

As per authority sources, this year, in excess of 14 lakh students enlisted for the HSC examinations. The board designated 30,000 to 40,000 teachers to function as an invigilator and partake in the assessment procedure.

Maharashtra HSC Result 2018: Pass rate

  • A year ago, MSBSHSE recorded a pass rate of 88.41% in the Class 12 Board examinations
  • As many as 92.36% of girls had passed the Maharashtra HSC examination while the pass rate for boys was recorded at 85.23%
  • The pass rate for Science stream was recorded to be 95.85%, 89.50% for commerce stream and 78.93 percent for Arts stream

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