The Maharashtra Board (MSBSHSE) has declared Maharashtra HSC results in 2019 for class 12 on 28th May 2019 for all three streams: Arts, Science and Commerce. This year about 1.5 million students appeared for Maharashtra Class 12 board exams. There are a total of nine divisions in Maharashtra -Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amravati, Nashik, Latur and Kokan.
Mumbai is a very literate city in Maharashtra and in India too having a literacy rate of 88.5%. On Tuesday HSC result 2019 has been declared and it shows its lowest since 2013 for both state and Mumbai. The number of high scores (90 % plus) also fell down this year CBSE and ICSE board recorded healthy increases in high scores.
3,35,000 students were registered from Mumbai division, including Thane, Raigad, and Palghar out of 14,90,000 students registered under the state for HSC examinations and were allotted 2,957 centers in different parts of the state.
HSC results rate for (for freshers and repeaters) fell 83.13% from 85.99% last year, and Mumbai holds the second last spot among the nine divisions with a score of 80.58% down from 84.74% in 2018 and this time kokan secured the highest percentage of 94.85 come next with 91% Pune (89.58%), Aurangabad (88.74%), and Amravati (88.08%). While Mumbai was on the 7th position with 87.44%, Nashik had the lowest pass percentage of 86.13%. Girls overpowering boys with a percentage of 92.36% clearing the exam, while 85.23% of boys cleared the exam.Only 5,84,692 girls out of 6,33,090 who appeared for the exams managed to pass. Contrarily 7,83,896 boys appeared for the exam and 6,68,125 cleared it.
The HSC toppers this year are:-
- 97.38% by Gaurav Goel:- Pace Junior college
- 97.23% by Anisha Vaishampayan:- R.A.Podar College
- 94.46% Kiran Salunke:- V.G.Vaze college
In Maharashtra, only 4,470 students managed to score over 90 % as compared to last year 5,486 and only 120 students scored above 95% over the 14 lakh students who gave the exams.
The lower success rate signed students across streams. But the worst is the rate for arts i.e. 76.28 %. Whereas Science performed the best with 92.04% success rate. The rate of success for commerce is 88.28%. Teachers and tutors are blaming the change in pattern for the low rate of scores. Chairperson of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Shakuntala kale quoted “The HSC results can’t increase year on year”.
On the other hand., the board on Thursday released a circular declaring re-examination to be held in July. This year also the examination will be conducted at the same time at various examination centers. Those keen on showing up for the re-evaluation are required to enroll online on https://mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in./