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Know the complete information MAH results and Maharastra State Board

Maharashtra State Board secondary and higher secondary education are the most popular education board in India. The board first came on 1st January 1966 in the state of Maharastra and became “Maharastra State Secondary Education Boards”. In 1976, the new act was amended and after that act, the name of the Board changed to the present name, “Maharastra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education”

Functions of the Board

The MAH board has to manage the formation and implement the rules and regulations according to the guidelines set by the central and state government boards. It is also responsible to implement the syllabus and curriculum of all the grades and streams. The board is also provided textbooks for every stream and also it is responsible to schedule exams on time. It is also responsible for the creation of textbooks, conducting examinations on time, scoring of centralized tests, and many more duties.

The MAH board conducts exams two times a year and more than 1,400,000 students for higher secondary certificate and more than 1,700,000 students in higher secondary school certificate appearing for the exam, every year. Usually, the exams are held in the month of March, July & October every year. The board declared the results in the month of June and January respectively. In Maharastra state, the month March marks the end of the educational year, and the month June marks the beginning of the educational year.

Committees of the state board and number of the members in these committees:

Executive Council: On this committee, there are 9 members available in this counseling.

Finance Committee: In the finance committee, there are 11 members available.

Examinations Committee: In this committee, there are 14 members available.

Boards Of Studies: In this committee 41 members are available

Academic Council: In this committee there are 54 members available

Supplementary Exams and Results

The state board Maharastra will release the supplementary results on its official website, mahresult.nic.in., in the month of August. So the students who failed in any subject in their 10th or 

12th exams then they can apply for the supplementary exam. In supplementary a student can apply for re-exam, which is conducted by the state, in their respective subjects. The supplementary exam will be held in the month of August 2021. The application for re-evaluation and verification of result date will be in July 2021. The result will declare in the month of July 2021 after the re-evaluation and verification.

Steps to check HSC MAH Results

Students, who want to check their higher secondary result, then they need to go to the Maharastra board's official website. Here are some steps, that a candidate needs to follow via online MAHresult 2021. These steps are listed below:

Step One

In the first step, a student needs to visit the official website mahresult.nic.in

Step Two

Students need to click on the Maharastra HSC results in 2021

Step Three

A login window will open on the screen

Step Four

In the login window, the student must have to fill their role number and mother’s name. The role number will be provided by the Maharastra state board.

Step Five

After filling in all information, the candidate need to click on the submit button

Step Six

The Maharastra state board HSC result 2021 will open the candidate’s result

Step Seven

Student can take screenshot or printout of the same page and keep it safe for the future

Where a student can check Maharastra HSC results in 2021?

A student can check their HSC results 2021 from multiple websites, these websites are as follows:

Mahresult.nic

Mahresult.SSC

Maharastra.gov.in

Nic.in

Gov.in

Details available in Maharastra Board HSC Results 2021

On the page of Maharastra HSC result, the candidate can see their exam related details. These details provide by the Maharastra State board.

Name

Subjects with subject code for which, a candidate appeared

Seat Number

Subject wise marks

Total obtained marks

Qualifying status

Obtained maximum marks

Verification of MAH Results 2021

After the declaration of mahresult.nic.in.com 2021, if any student thinks that he or she may get more marks in their exam or any subject then they can go with the verification process. To do this, a student needs to follow some steps:

Student can apply for the verification process of their HSC result 2021 from its official website

In the verification process, make sure only the totaling of obtained marks will be verified

Students need to pay 50 rupees per subject fee for the verification process

Apart from the obtained marks verification process, students can also apply for the verification process to evaluate their answer book. For this type of verification, a student needs to pay 400 rupees for each subject.

Re-evaluation for HSC 2021 results

Some students who wish to re-evaluate their answer scripts one more time to check their copies then they can post the announcement of geographical region twelfth result 2021

Such students will opt for the re-evaluation process. In this process, all the answers are going to be evaluated once again and new marks are going to be awarded.

After the re-evaluation of HSC Result 2021, the marks can be either increased or decreased.

Students will apply for this by submitting a re-evaluation form to the division Secretary, MSBSHSE.

They will have to be compelled to pay Rs. three hundred per subject as application fee for the re-evaluation of their Mah HSC result.

  Grading System of MAH results, 2021

For 75% and above percentage- Distinction

For 60% and less than 75%- it is called as First division

For 45% to 59%- Second division

Pass grade for those students who got a percentage between 35 to 44%

Students, who will get below 35%, they will come in the failed category.

2020 statistics 

The state Maharastra recorded a 90.66 % percentage in the higher education certificate from their examination

More than fifteen lacs students were registered for the higher secondary board exam, this year. Where more than 3.39 lakh students are from the Mumbai division

The state Maharastra board released the streamed wise percentage, and the science stream recorded the highest pass percentage

This state exam was conducted in nine divisions of the state and these divisions are Mumbai, Konkan, Nagpur, Nashik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Pune, Latur, and Nagpur

The Maharashtra education, state board announced its results for HSC students at 11 am. These results were available on official website mahresult. nic.in at 1 pm.

For recounting of scores, candidates could apply from the date 17 July 2020. 27, July was the last date for the recounting.

For a photocopy of the Maharastra HSC answer sheets, a candidate could apply from 17, July 2020. The last date of this procedure was 5 August.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

In which month, the Maharastra HSC results will be declared?

In May 2021, the Maharastra HSC results are expected to be declared of Secondary and higher secondary education.

How a candidate will know when the Maharastra HSC result is released?

Once when the results are prepared then the candidate will able to see the announcement of results on its official website. The MAH board may send email or SMS to their registered email address or registered mobile number respectively.

How a candidate will able to get the hard copy of their Maharastra HSC results?

When the schools reopen after the lockdown then candidates can get the hard copy of their mark sheets. For future reference, a candidate can d direct download their 10th or 12th mark-sheet from the official website.

 What is the difference between re evaluation and verification?

Verification means recalculating the total and subject wise marks. In this process, the cumulative marks are calculated once again when any candidate apply for the verification process. On the other hand, the re evaluation process refers to the rechecking process. In this process, every question and answer will check once again in the presence of a certified teacher.

How a candidate can apply for the verification of marks?

A candidate has to apply on the official website Mahresults for their Maharastra HSC result verification process. They need to submit their filled form to the departmental secretary along with all required documents. The verification fee is Rs. 50 per subject.

How a candidate will be able to access their evaluated answer scripts?

For re-evaluation of the answer script, a candidate needs to apply on the official website. The re-evaluation process will start in the month of July 2021, and the fee for the evaluated answer script is rupees 400, per copy.

What a candidate will do if he is unable to pass in some subjects?

The students who are unable to pass in one or more subjects then they can go with supplementary or re-examination process for those subjects. When they appear for the supplementary exams and clear it then a fresh mark sheet will be issued by the Maharastra board.

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