HSC results tomorrow, board to provide copy of answer sheets now
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The results of the Maharashtra Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (HSC) will be declared at 1 pm on May 25.
The results will be available on seven websites — .www.mahresult.nic.in, www.msbshse.ac.in, www.mh-hsc.ac.in, www.hscresult.mkcl.org, www.exametc.com, www.results.bharatstudent.com and www.rediff.com/exams.
Students can also secure their results through SMS services offered by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, rediff.com , Airtel and Innova. Students have to type MHSSC followed by space and then the seat number and send the same to the following numbers for each services: BSNL (57766) Rediff.com (573335000), Airtel (55077), Innova (8800654242).
This year onwards the Board will also provide a copy of the answer sheet to students if they demand as per the guidelines given by the Supreme Court in a judgement in August 2011 directing the examination board to grant students access to their answer sheets.
"Students will have to submit an application in the prescribed format to the Board on or before June 8, 2012 to their schools or they can directly drop the application at the office. The format of the application can be downloaded from the Board website," said Sarjerao Jadhav, MSBSHSE chief.
Students will have to shell out Rs 400 for a copy of an answer sheet of a single subject. The students can collect the copy personally by confirming their identity from the Board office or the copies can be sent to their postal address.
"Once the request is processed, students will get an SMS from the Board informing them the date they should come and collect the copy. We will also send them the copy by post if requested. Students can only demand copies of their own anwersheets, that too only in a stipulated time period. A student should not circulate the answer sheet or provide it to the media for publication or he will face action under the Board rules," said Shahaji Dhekne, secretary, MSBSHSE.
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