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Maharashtra HSC results to be announced tomorrow
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Mumbai: The results of HSC examination, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education will be declared on May 25, announced the board on Sunday. The results of SSC examination will be declared in the last week of June.
The results would be available online at http://mahresult.nic.in sharp at 11:00 am.
In a statement issued by the secretary of the board, T N Supe, the HSC results of all the eight divisions- Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amravati, Nasik and Latur will be declared on the same day.
“The online results will have subject-wise marks that the students have secured. They can take printouts of the results,” Supe added.
The board will also provide results on mobile services. The contact number for SMS services would be given later.
The HSC examinations were conducted by the board in February/March this year and 13,00,549 students (7,54,929 boys and 5,45,620 girls) from 6,610 junior colleges appeared for it.
The board had conducted the examinations in 1946 centres.
According to Supe the students will get their marksheets from their respective junior colleges about four days after the results are declared.
The board will provide details marks in broad sheet formats to each college which colleges will be displayed in its premises.
The prestigious awards to the students will be given away to the students along with mark lists.
The students, who want to apply for re-evaluations, can apply after getting the original mark list. The board will issue further directives in this regard, shortly.
Recently, the board had taken the decision to make available the answer sheets of the students if they wish.
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