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Maharashtra SSC Result 2019: MSBSHSE to declare Class 10 results today @ mahresult.nic.in; how to check result score online

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is relied upon to declare the results of the State Secondary Certificate (SSC) or Class 10 exams today, June 8 at 1 pm.

The result will be released on the official website mahresult.nic.in, when it is announced.

As soon as the Maharashtra SSC Result is declared the same can likewise be checked at optional websites – examresults.net and indiaresults.com and results.gov.in.

This year, the Maharashtra board held the Class 10 SSC exams between 1 March and 22 March. Candidates can get to printed copies of their results, alongside their certificates, at their respective schools.

Follow the steps below to check the Maharashtra Board SSC results 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website mahresult.nic.in.

Step 2: On the homepage of the official website, candidate will find the most recent declaration of the SSC results.

Step 3: Click on “SSC Examination Result 2019”.

Step 4: Candidate will be redirected to a new page, where he/she should enter details like his/her roll number and his/her mother’s first name.

Step 5: Click on “view result”.

Step 6: Candidate will most likely observe your scores now.

Step 7: Save candidate’s results and take a print out for future use.

In 2018, upwards of 17,51,353 students showed up for the SSC examinations. Of them, 89.41 percent cleared the exam. The Maharashtra board had declared the results of 2018 SSC exam on 8 June.

Candidates who fail to pass the Class 10 board exams can sit for supplementary tests in July. Guidelines for the supplementary exams will be released simply after the results are declared.

The MSBSHE conducts the Maharashtra SSC Class 10 exams every year. The board has nine divisions which are principally situated at Pune, Mumbai, Nasik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Latur, Amravati and Ratnagiri.

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