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Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Passing marks and the Grading System 2022 are released by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). MSBSHE is the edcucational body which governs all the academic related subject for primary and secondary education. The Maharashtra Board follows the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation pattern (CCE) for both class 10th as well as 12th. This signifies that the students are assessed by a number of tests conducted through out a year rather than just being brought under a single examination. In this section, we will acknowlege the Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Passing marks and the Grading System 2022.
As stated MSBSHE releases the Class 12 Passing marks criteria as well as the Grading System 2022 on its official website mahahsscboard.in. The students are evaluated under the norms as decided by the board. Please read this article to know more about the Maharashtra Class 12 Passing marks and the Grading System 2022.
Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Grading System 2022
Maharashtra HSC class 12 Grading system 2022 assesses the performance of the students on the basis following criteria. It awards division to the students corresponding to the percentage secured by them. The Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Grading System 2022 is tabulated below:
60% - 75%
45% - 59%
35% - 44%
Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Passing Criteria 2022
Maharashtra HSC Class 12 students need to score at least 35% Marks in each subject ( in theory and practicals individually) as well as in aggregate to pass the Maharashtra HSC Class 12th Board Examinations 2022. Accordingly the minimum grade required to claim the pass status is C.
As per the Maharashtra HSC Scheme of Examination examination for a student is conducted for 5 subjects, out of which 4 are optional subjects while there is one main language subject. The maximum marks for a language subject are 100 while the Mathematics and Science subjects are divided into two parts and hold 150 marks individually.
Students who fail to secure the minimum passing marks in Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Board Exams, would be given an opportunity to sit in the Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Compartment exams. These examination are the improvement exams in which a failed student can appear to secure the passing marks.
Important Points for Maharashtra HSC 2022 Grading System
- With respect to the condonation marks, If a student require more marks, then in such cases no condonation marks will be rewarded, depriving even the minimum condonation marks.
- Sports Quota holders i.e Students who represented at state, national or international level during the current academic year are eligible to be recieve grace marks upto 20 in each subject.
- In addition to this, candidates who have taken part in the Republic Day parade(RDC) ,conducted in New Delhi; shall be eligible to recieve 20 percentage grace maks in each subject.