However, the ministry's efforts seem to have come to naught, as the results will be declared two days later than last year. This year around 3.6 lakh students appeared for the HSC examination, out of whom 1.5 lakh students were from Mumbai. The exam had been conducted across 56 examination centres and sub-centres in the city.
The chairman of MSBSHSE Sarjerao Jadhav said, “Due to some limitations, the declaration of results has been delayed by two days. The MSBSHSE has been working round the clock to ensure that the HSC results are available to students on May 25 on various websites, including the official website of the board at 1Pm.”
Students can collect their mark-sheets from their respective colleges from June 2 onwards. This will, however, not affect those seeking admission to regular courses being offered by the University of Mumbai, as the process will be online and submission of hard-copies of the mark-sheets will only be required after June 5, when the merit lists are slated to be announced.
An important announcement from the University : The admission schedule for the first year courses of all traditional and professional courses starting from May 23 onwards. Also Students can buy the admission forms from May 23 till 29, and submission will start from June 1 to 4.