Maharashtra MSBSHE SSC Class 10 results: Earlier this month, Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad had said that the results could be expected to be declared anytime before July 31.
Maharashtra MSBSHE SSC Class 10 results date and time: Maharashtra SSC Class 10 results out! The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) has declared the results of SSC (Class 10) on Wednesday, July 29. Students can now access their scorecard online on the board’s official website – mahresult.nic.in. According to IE, the state recorded a pass percentage of a whopping 95.3, slating a steep increase of 18.2% as compared to the pass percentage in 2019. Apart from that, as many as 8,36o schools across the state declared 100% results, with 20 of the 60 subjects recording 100% pass percentage.
Earlier this month, Maharashtra Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad had said that the results could be expected to be declared anytime before July 31.
MSBSHE SSC Results 2020: Here’s how to check
- Visit the official website of the board, locate the link for SSC results and click on it.
- The user would be redirected to a different page where they would be required to enter their details.
- Fill in the required credentials like roll number and mother’s first name. It is advised that students should keep their hall ticket with them while filling the credentials so that the details can be checked before submitting.
- Once the details are submitted, the result would be displayed on the screen. Students should take a print out or download a soft copy of the result for safekeeping.
This year, the Maharashtra board SSC exams were scheduled to be conducted between March 3 and March 23. However, the schedule was affected due to the lockdown placed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, due to which the state had to cancel the last exam, which was geography. Moreover, while the History exam was conducted on March 21, the checking of the exam caused the delay in results due to the restrictions put in place by the Centre and state governments.
In order to determine the marks of students in Geography, the board had earlier announced that the marks in the subject would be computed on the basis of the average marks the students have scored in other subjects.