Maharashtra SSC Result 2017 date and time: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is all set to declare the board examination class 10th MSBSHSE SSC result 2017 on June 13 at mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, according to the board’s official exam results partner examresults.net. Students can also check mahresult.nic.in. Earlier in the day news about the result declaration, today were spread across the internet and it made the students anxious. There is still no official confirmation on either of the board’s websites about the date and time for the declaration of the results, however. All those students who appeared for the class 10th examination can check their results on the official website as soon as the board has activated the result link. Candidates also need to keep in mind that the official website might experience some problem due to heavy traffic, in such a case check other websites where the results are available like IndiaResults.com.
This year, as many as 17,66,098 students appeared for the Class 10 exams of the Maharashtra board. Of the total number of students, 7,76,190 are girls and 9,89,908 are boys. The students who appeared in the exams conducted in the month of March, need a total of 35 marks to pass in a subject. The total score may include internal assessment marks as well. Several subjects have a break-up of marks between practical and theory. For such subject, 20 marks are reserved for practicals and 80 marks for theory.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2017- Steps to check MSBSHSE SSC result 2017 Maharashtra Board class 10th results:
Step 1. The result is likely to be declared on June 12 – the likely time is 1 p.m.
Step 2. Visit the official website of the Board at mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in and mahresult.nic.in to download your result.
Step 3. On the homepage, you will see a notification ‘SSC result 2017’. Click on the notification.
Step 4. Enter the roll number and other required details very carefully
Step 5. Download the result with a given link, also take a print out for further reference.
Remember, digital marksheets are not valid and only original certificates will do for all official purposes.