For the 2022 HSC examination of Maharashtra for class 12, more than 14 lakh students appeared. Among them, more than 6 lakh students were girls, whereas more than 8 lakh students were boys. And their result will come tomorrow, that is on 8th June 2022, said the education minister of Maharashtra, Varsha Gaikwad. To see their result, students can visit the official site like mahresult.nic.in and mahahscboard.in. Besides these two, they can go to any third-party websites also to see their results, such as hscresult.mkcl.org.

The education minister has shared a video on her Twitter handle where she announced the date of the result and also said that it will come following all the procedures. And the timing of the result is at 1 pm, like all the previous year’s result timings.

Maharashtra HSC examination took place between March 4 and March 30, 2022 in all three streams – arts, commerce, and science. Each subject’s pass mark is 35%, and the board can give grace marks to those students who will not be able to get this mark. This is because they do not want any students to fail this year.

So, to check the result, students need to go to the official site and see the homepage, particularly the section on the latest announcement. They can see a link to HSC result 2022, where they should click and give their mother’s first name and roll numbers. As soon as the students press the submit button, you can see the result on the screen. Simply download it for future uses.

Once the results are out, the officials will announce the names of the toppers for the Maharashtra HSC 2022.

So, students just a day more and you will get to see the result of your hard work. All the best!

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