Maharashtra Board FYJC Merit List (Announced): Revaluation Form, Marking Scheme, Exam Pattern and Supplementary Exam

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    Maharashtra board Latest Updates:

    • Sep 7, 2020: Maharashtra Board 2021 exams for class 10 and class 12 may be delayed
    • Sep 6, 2020: Maharashtra Board has proposed to conduct supplementary exams from Oct 6 to Oct 23, 2020
    • Sep 4, 2020: Maharashtra Board Supplementary exam schedule to be announced once COVID-19 situation normalises in the state. 
    • Sep 3, 2020: Maharashtra Board postponed class 10th and 12th exam for October session due to the pandemic.
    • Aug 31, 2020: Merit list for admission in class 11 admission released by Maharashtra Board, check at
    • Aug 11, 2020: Online application process for admission to Maharashtra Board class 11 will start from August 12, 2020. Click here to apply
    • Aug 11, 2020: Verification process slow for Maharashtra Board class 11 admissions,board writes to deputy director of education. Read More
    • July 30, 2020: Application for revaluation and scrutiny will start and it shall be submitted on or before August 8, 2020.
    • July 29, 2020: Maharashtra Board Class 10 results declared on the official website. Check Here
    • July 27, 2020: Application started for revaluation of answer sheet of higher secondary examination
    • July 16, 2020: Maharashtra Board Class 12 results announced on the official website. Check Here

    All the results are available on the official website of Maharashtra Board. The students can get access to their results by entering the board roll number and mother’s maiden name. The provisional marksheet can be downloaded from the website and can be used for temporary validation. The original marksheet will be available in the school after 10-15 days from the date of result declaration. 

    Maharashtra Board Highlights

    Name of the examMaharashtra Board Senior and Higher Secondary Examination 2020
    Conducting AuthorityMaharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education(MSBSHSE)
    Mode of ExamOffline(Pen and Paper Based Exam
    Credential required to access ResultBoard Roll Number and Mother’s Maiden Name

    Maharashtra Board Important Dates

    Maharashtra Board Important Dates

    Maharashtra SSC Board ExamMarch 3, 2020 to March 23, 2020
    Declaration of ResultJuly 29, 2020
    Maharashtra HSC Board ExamFebruary 18, 2020 to March 17, 2020
    Declaration of ResultJuly 16, 2020

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Exam

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Exam:

    The HSC Board conducts the exam for the streams of Science, Arts, Commerce and also Minimum Competency Vocational Course. Approximately a total of 1.5 million students take the exam from different cities and districts of Maharashtra. In 2020 the higher secondary exam was conducted from February 18, 2020 to March 18, 2020 and the results were declared on July 16, 2020. Candidates can apply for scrutiny or revaluation of the answer sheet by August 5, 2020.

    • Nearly 1400000 candidates appeared in Maharashtra Board class 12 exam

    • Around 1208000 candidates passed in the exam and the overall pass percentage was 90.66%

    • Total pass percentage of male candidates was 88% and that of female candidates was 93%.

    • 96%, 91%, 82% were the pass percentages of science, commerce and arts streams respectively.

    • Konkan emerged as the top performing district with a pass percentage of 94.85%

    Maharashtra Board Class 10 Exam

    Maharashtra Board Class 10 Exam:

    Maharashtra Board senior secondary examination was conducted from February 18, 2020 to March 18, 2020. The results for the same were declared on July 29, 2020. Around 1575103 candidates appeared for senior secondary examination. Candidates can apply for the revaluation of the answer sheet from July 30, 2020 and the last date to submit the application is August 8, 2020. The applications must be submitted through the concerned school.

    • A total of 1575103 candidates appeared for Maharashtra Board class 10 examination.

    • Around 1501105 candidates passed in the examination and the overall pass percentage is 95.30, much higher than the previous year.

    • Nearly 83260 candidates secured above 90% marks in the exam.

    • Around 278398 candidates secured above 80% marks in the exam an half of them has secured above 85%

    • Pass percentage of female candidates in class 10 exam is 96.90% and that of male candidates is 93.90% 

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Result Analysis

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Result Analysis

    A largely significant number of 14.5 lakh students took the Maharashtra HSC Examination in the year of 2020. Mentioned below is the table consisting of the number of students appearing for the exam, the number of students that passed as well as the pass percentage stream wise.

    StreamNumber of Students AppearedNumber of Students PassedPass Percentage

    Maharashtra recorded a pass percentage of 90.66% in the higher secondary certificate (HSC, class XII) board examination. After the completion of the 12th standard board exams of the Maharashtra Board. The MSBSHSE has already started making introductory arrangements for the declaration of the Maharashtra Board HSC Result 2020. However, the final decision regarding the declaration of results will be taken by the board at par with the answer booklet correction work which will be completed by the evaluators from all over the state.

    How to Check Maharashtra Board Result

    Results can only be accessed from the official website of Maharashtra Board. Candidates can check and download the results by following the instructions mentioned below:

    • Visit the official result website i.e.

    • Click on ‘ssc result’ or ‘hsc result’(whichever is required)

    • Enter board roll number and mother’s first name

    • Click on ‘view result’

    • The result will appear on the screen

    • Download and print the result for future reference

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Exam Pattern

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Exam Pattern

    The revised exam pattern revealed by the Maharashtra Board has been mentioned below:

    Addition of almost 25% objective questions- Pertaining to the new evaluation scheme, the board has taken the decision of adding a 25% of objective type questions in the HSC examination question paper. These objective type questions will be presented in the form of multiple choice questions or MCQs’.

    Decrease in total marks for final assessment- Another noteworthy change introduced by the Maharashtra Board in the pattern of the HSC exam is the reduction of total number of marks. However, this will be in effect from the next academic session, when the total marks will be 600 instead of 650.

    Internal assessment/ practical constituents of all subjects-

    The Board has introduced what is known as the internal assessment or the practical exam of a total of 20 marks for all subjects of class 12. Therefore, presently the theory paper will have 80 marks and the practical exam/internal assessment of 20 marks, which adds up to the total of 100 marks. These 20 marks would be divided in the following way-

    1. 5 marks would be for listening skills

    2. 5 marks for oratory skills

    3. Remaining 10 marks for the respective subject related activity/experiment.

    The students are advised to go through the exam date sheet keeping in mind the revised exam pattern so get themselves familiarized with the changes in the pattern of the paper. Each student requires a minimum mark of 35% to clear the examination.

    Maharashtra Board Class 10 Exam Pattern

    Maharashtra Board Class 10 Exam Pattern

    In the class 10 board exam there are mainly five subjects- Mathematics, Science, Social Science, English and Hindi. Each of the subjects carry 100 marks except Mathematics. In the math section the total marks allotted is 150. Candidates are required to secure minimum 35% aggregate marks to pass the examination. Also, in every subject the minimum marks required is 35%. If any candidate has secured 35% aggregate marks but 34 or less marks in any subject then S/he has to appear for supplementary exam. For mathematics the minimum marks required to pass in the exam is 52.

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Syllabus

    Maharashtra Board Class 12 Syllabus

    The Maharashtra HSC syllabus covers all the topics chapter wise that would be coming for the examination. There are many chapters which have been only taught for reference and not included in the syllabus and therefore the students need not go through those before the examination. The students can view the syllabus of the same from the Maharashtra Board official website.

    Maharashtra Board Result Revaluation:

    To ensure equality and complete transparency pertaining to the evaluation process Maharashtra Board has provided the option of revaluation of answer sheets. If any candidate is not satisfied with the results then S/he can apply for revaluation of the answer sheet. In this process the marks allotted in the paper will be calculated again to assure the accuracy. If there will be any change in the marks then it will be updated and announced. The application form for revaluation of the answer sheet shall be submitted through the school and as prescribed by the board. The marks may increase or decrease in the process. No claim shall be entertained for decreased marks. The rechecking process consists of a second round of re-assessment of the student’s answer sheet by a new examiner. In both the cases, after the second rounds the marks awarded do the students would be regarded as the permanent marks. 

    Maharashtra Board HSC and SSC Supplementary Examination

    Maharashtra Board supplementary examination for senior and higher secondary exam is likely to be conducted in the month of August, 2020. The students who have failed in one or two papers in the board exam can appear for supplementary examination. Candidates are required to fill the application form for the exam as per the directions of the concerned school. The result for supplementary examination is likely to be announced in the month of September, 2020. The syllabus for the exam will remain the same as that of the regular board examination. The candidates are suggested to verify the eligibility criteria to appear in the examination from the board website.

    What after Maharashtra HSC result declaration?

    The board has released the merit list for admission in class 11 on August 31, 2020. Candidates who applied for admission can check the list at the FYJC portal. There are six online admission areas in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority- Mumbai, Raigad districts, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad municipal corporations and also the area of Nashik, Nagpur, Amravati and Aurangabad municipal corporations. These are applicable to all recognized junior college affiliated to Maharashtra Board. It is mandatory for all to participate in the online admission process as the admission can be taken only through the online procedure only and no other option is available.

    Maharashtra Board Preparation Tips

    Maharashtra Board Preparation Tips

    Addition of more objective type of questions brings with advantages as it will spare the students of the burden to write long, subjective answers. Objective questions are also more scoring as it is either explicitly right or wrong so it can get the students full marks easily when compared with the subjective type of questions. To successfully clear the objective section, the students must be thorough with all the facts, formulae and definition.

    • The students are advised to make a timetable allotting equal amount of time to all subjects and concentrate on all the subjects uniformly.

    • The students are advised to cover the entire syllabus and not leave out any topic so that they can attempt all the objective as well as subjective questions 

    • The students must practise sample papers and mock papers to get a hang of the upcoming examination and also time management.

    • The students are advised to take short notes or running notes during preparation as these come in handy during revision.

    • Lastly, the students are advised to take breaks in between as studying for too long can cause mental blocks as a result of overburdening.

    Maharashtra Board HSC Previous Years’ Analysis

    The number of students that appeared for the HSC Examination in the past few years has increased significantly. In 2015 the number dropped drastically but however, that was made up as the same increased sufficiently during the year of 2016.

    Mentioned below are the approximate number of students who appeared for the exam from the year of 2014-2017.

    • 2014-13.3 lakh students
    • 2015- 12.37 lakh students
    • 2016- 14 lakh students
    • 2017- 14.3 lakh students

    In 2018, there were almost 14.8 lakh test takers. The highest when compared to the past four years. The passing percentage when compared to the Maharashtra HSC examination has been fairly high. The percent diminished slightly in the year of 2016, but reached a peak again in 2017. Mentioned below are the passing percentages of each from 2014-2017. There is no doubt that the performance of the students taking the exam has continued to be exceptional almost every year. In the year 2018, the passing percentage of the boys was a remarkable 85. 23% and of the girls were 92.36%.

    • 2014- 90.03%
    • 2015- 91.26%
    • 2016- 86.60%
    • 2017- 89.5%

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Question: When will the result for Maharashtra Board senior secondary exam be declared?

    Ans. The results for Maharashtra Board class 10 exam have been announced on July 29, 2020. The results are available on the official website of Maharashtra Board.

    Question: I have failed in Mathematics only. Shall I appear for a supplementary exam?

    Ans. If any candidate has failed in one or two subjects then S/he can appear for supplementary exam. Minimum marks required to pass in a subject is 35%. 

    Question: How can I apply for revaluation?

    Ans. The application for revaluation of the answer sheet shall be submitted through the concerned school as directed by the board. No direct applications are allowed to be submitted.

    Question: When will I get the original marksheet?

    Ans. The original marksheet will be available in the school after 10-15 days from the date of declaration of result on the website. Candidates can collect the original marksheet from the school along with other important documents like migration certificate, transfer certificate and passing certificate.

    Question: What is the date of the supplementary exam?

    Ans. The schedule for Maharashtra Board supplementary examination has not been released yet. Candidates are advised to visit the official website regularly for all such information.

    Question: Can I take admission in college with the online downloaded marksheet?

    Ans. The online marksheet is considered as the provisional board marksheet. It will be accepted as a temporary document and the original will be demanded later. Candidates shall get the downloaded marksheet attested from their school or any gazetted officer for proper validation. 

    *The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College

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