The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) declares the HSC results on Wednesday on its website at 1 pm. While the results were officially announced at the respective division offices at 11 am, students were able to access the same from the comfort of their homes from 1 pm through the official website of the board and other websites too.
An estimated 14 lakh students appeared for the HSC examination in which out of nine regional divisions of the Maharashtra Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board, Konkan topped the list for the fifth consecutive year with passing percentage of 93.20 and with Nasik division lagging at 83.89%.
Girls outperformed boys in the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Class 12 examinations, the results of which were declared on Wednesday.
The overall passing percentage in the state stood at 86.60. The passing percentage for girls was 90.50, compared to 83.46 of boys.
Mumbai, that has the highest number of students scored a passing percentage of 86.08.
The results for all the nine divisions – Pune, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Amravati, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Latur and Konkan – were simultaneously declared today.
Over 13,19,754 students appeared in the Class XII exam this year and out of them 11,42,882 passed.
Girls outshone the boys this time again and as many as 90.50% girls were declared as passed while for the boys the figure was 83.46%.
As many as 93.16% students from the Science stream passed the exams, while the percentage of passed students was lowest in Arts stream with 78.11%.
For Commerce and Vocational stream students, the number was 79.10% and 81.68% respectively.
100% students from 457 schools passed the examination, while 36 schools registered 0% result.
Following are the division wise HSC results 2016 : Konkan 93.20, Mumbai 86.08, Pune 87.26, Aurangabad 87.80, Nagpur 86.35, Amaravati 85.81, Kolhapur 88.10, Latur 86.28 and Nasik 88.13.
Sources said that the SSC results could also be declared by the end of the month but it would be decided after a review meeting which is to be held later in the week.