HSC Result July 2018: MSBSHSE result for HSC supplementary exam held in July has been declared today. MSBSHSE or Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has released the HSC July exam result at the official website mahresult.nic.in. As per reports, little more a lakh had appeared for the exam and only 22.65% of them have cleared it. The highest pass percentage of 31% has been recorded at Latur district. As per the official statement from MSBSHSE, the HSC result July 2018 for supplementary exam held in July was declared at 1 pm. 88.41 per cent students had qualified for higher studies when MSBSHSE Maharashtra declared the HSC general examination results in May this year.
Candidates who had appeared for the exam can check their HSC result July 2018 on the official website of the MSBSHSE at mahresult.nic.in. Candidates can check their result using their roll number and mother's first name. Candidates whose mother's name is not mentioned in the exam form, can use 'XXXX' in the specified box.
HSC result July 2018: Know How To Check HSC July Exam Result
The Maharashtra HSC candidates may follow these steps to check their results from official websites like mahresult.nic.in:
Step one: Go to official website for Maharashtra result: www.mahresult.nic.in.
Step two: Click On the HSC Examination July Result 2018 link.
Step three: Enter the required details.
Step four: Click on submit and view the result.
In the HSC exam held in March, the result of which was declared by MSBSHSE in May, overall 88.41% of candidates who had appeared for the exam, had qualified. In other words, out of the total 14,18,645 candidates registered for the exam, 14,16,986 appeared and 12,52,817 students qualified for higher education. While the highest pass percentage was recorded in Konkan region, the least pass percentage was 86.13 at Nasik.
The overall pass percentage among repeaters was 34.30.
Girls outperformed boys. Girls pass percentage was 92.36 per cent and boys pass percentage was 85.23 per cent. The pass percentage for Science stream was 95.85 per cent, for Commerce stream was 89.50 per cent and for Arts stream was 78.93 per cent.
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