- Maharashtra HSC Result have to be released by July 31, as per the directives issued by the Supreme Court.
- Maharashtra Board has not confirmed the release date and time as yet.
- With the SC order in place, it is most likely that the HSC Result 2021 would be announced by tomorrow, confirmation awaited.
Here’s when MSBSHSE Class 12 board results will be reported by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE).
MSBSHSE Class 12 Result : The State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is required to deliver the affirmed date and season of the Maharashtra HSC Result today, July 29. School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad will make the declaration of the date and time something like one day before the affirmation of the MSBSHSE Class 12 outcomes. After the Maharashtra HSC Result will be pronounced, all the applicants can check their scores on the authority sites – mahahsscboard.in and mahresult.nic.in.
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The Supreme Court of India has set July 31 as the deadline to declare the Class 12 board results this year.
According to the authority information, almost 16 lakh students had enrolled for the Maharashtra HSC assessments this year.
Maharashtra HSC Result 2021: How to check MSBSHSE Class 12 results
Step 1: Go to the official website of MSBSHSE.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link for ‘Maharashtra HSC Result (when the link will be activated).
Step 3: Enter roll number and click ‘Submit’.
Step 4: Your Maharashtra HSC Result 2021 will be displayed on your screen.
Step 5: Download it and take the print out of the same.
How to check Maharashtra Class 12 HSC Result 2021 mobile app
Students can check the Maharashtra board result 2021 through various mobile apps. Candidates can download the ‘Maharashtra Board Result 2021, 10th-12th SSC HSC’ app or the ‘Maharashtra Board Result 2021, SSC/HSC 10-12 Result’ app which is available on Google Play store through the links.
Meanwhile, the Maharashtra board announced the Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 on July 16. This year, the number of top scorers has increased and a total of 957 students got 100 per cent marks.