Maharashtra HSC Results 2017 declared on 30 May, 1 PM at; 89.50% Pass

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Maharashtra_hsc_results_2017_on_30May_1pm_declared30 May, 2017; Pune: The Maharashtra Board HSC Results 2017 has been declared by the Maharashtra Board, MSBSHSE today i.e. Tuesday, 30 May, 2017 at 1 pm in the afternoon. 89.50% is the pass percentage for all fresh candidates this year. Girls (93.05% pass) out shine boys again (86.65% pass).

The Maharashtra 12th result 2017 is now LIVE on which is an official online partner with the Maharashtra Board to publish the results of 15.05 lakh HSC students:

A total of 15,04,962 candidates (fresh + repeaters) had registered for the Maharashtra HSC exams 2017, out of which 15,02,404 actually appeared for the exam. Of these, 12,79,406 fresh candidates have passed their HSC exams 2017 registering a pass percentage of 89.50% while 29,779 repeater candidates have passed successfully registering a pass percentage of 40.83%.

Konkan Region has best Maharashtra HSC 2017 Result

Konkan district has delivered the best result with an overall pass percentage of 95.20%, Kolhapur ranks second with 91.40 pass percentage and Pune ranks 3rd with 91.16% of its student successfully clearing their HSC exams.

Stream-wise Result Statistics for Maharashtra HSC 2017


The pass percentage among fresh candidates is 95.85%. Out of the 5,38,994 students registered, 5,38,486 appeared for the Science HSC exams 2017 and 5,16,117 students passed.


The pass percentage among fresh candidates is 81.91%. Out of the 4,75,963 students registered, 4,75,038 appeared for the Arts HSC exams 2017 of which 3,89,080 candidates have students passed.


The pass percentage among fresh candidates is 90.57%. Out of the 3,57,397 students registered, 3,57,074 appeared for the Commerce HSC exams 2017 of which 3,23,415 candidates have students passed.


The pass percentage among fresh candidates is 86.27%. Out of the 59,011 students registered, 58,880 appeared for the Vocational HSC exams 2017 of which 50,794 candidates have students passed.

About Nishatha Abraham Bijeesh

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