The Maharashtra State Secondary and High School Education Committee will announce today (Tuesday, August 3) the results of HSC Level 12 in 2021. 2021 HSC results will be announced online at 4 pm. The score will be based on the evaluation criteria, as the students of the Maharashtra State Council cannot take the exam due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the board examination was originally scheduled to take place between April 23 and May 2. Approximately 1.4 million students registered for the exam.

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Here are the steps on how to view the results of the Maharashtra State Commission in 2021. Class 12 students of the Maharashtra State Council can check their HSC scores directly from the Maharashtra State Secondary and High School Education Committee (MSBSHSE) website. The board of directors will also upload HSC results on other websites at the same time.

  1. After visiting any available website, you will need to enter your HSC volume number and mother’s name to access your results.

  2. Once the HSC result 2021 appears on the screen, download it. You can also print the results.

The collective scores of 12th grade students registered for the HSC exam will be provided to the institution on the Maharashtra State Commission website.

Considering the amount of traffic that the official website is expected to receive, you may encounter some initial problems on the official website. Therefore, students are advised to stay calm and revisit the website when encountering any problems initially.

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On Monday, Varsha Gaikwad, Minister of Education of Maharashtra State Announce Check the timeline of HSC results through her Twitter account. The results will be based on preset evaluation criteria, including the weighting of the 10-level board and the 11-level score, and the 12-level internal evaluation.

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