Maharashtra State HSC Board Examination 2021 results to be announced on August 3

Information regarding the same was shared by Minister Varsha Gaikwad. Students can check their Maharashtra HSC Board Examination on below-mentioned websites.

Maharashtra State HSC Board Examination 2021 results to be announced on August 3

Class 12  students from the Maharashtra State Board have been eagerly waiting for the HSC board examination results to be announced. As per reports, the results were expected on July 31, 2021, keeping the Supreme Court orders in mind, however, they were delayed adding to the anticipation faced the students. However, from the State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education department have confirmed that  HSC board examination 2021 results will be announced on Tuesday, August 3, 2021, at 4pm.

Students can check for the scores. 

Information regarding the same was given by Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad who took to Twitter with a message that read, "The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education will declare results of Std 12th, 2021 batch on 3rd August at 4pm. Best of luck to all students."

Pass Percentage Of 99.37 Recorded According to the new evaluation of marks formula, students will be evaluated based on their Class 10, 11 and 12 scores.

"I thank all colleges, teachers for going beyond their call of duty and ensuring that the results are finalised in a short span of time. Thank you Teachers," she added.

Minister Gaikwad shared the following websites where the students can check the results.

Besides these, colleges can also access their collective results on

Board examinations for Class 12 students were cancelled this year due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Officials from the education department had then informed the students about the new grading system which was used this year to score the students. As per the new policy, students were marked based on the score received in their Class 12 unit tests and semester exams along with Class 11 and 10 scores. 

Minister Gaikwad added that students will be presented with two opportunities if they are not satisfied with the score received from the assessment. However, this will be offered only once the government approves the examinations post normalcy.

Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) board also released the HSC board examination results recently. Officials said that the pass percentage of 99.37 was recorded and scores were given based on the new evaluation system planned by the government which included their performance in Class 10, 11 and 12 exams.

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