Maharashtra SSC Result 2017 has been released by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). Putting an end to all the rumours and speculations regarding the date and time of Maharashtra SSC Result, the board confirmed that the result will be declared on June 13 on the official website of MSBSHSE.
The pass percentage for the exams that were conducted between March 7 to March 29 stood at 88.74%, where the pass percentage of boys were 86.51% and the pass percentage of girls is 91.46%.
The Board had earlier had asked the students to not believe the rumours that have been doing the rounds adding that exact date and time of the Maharashtra SSC Results 2017 will be announced by the Board after a review meeting. While some of the media reports suggested that the some of the papers still needed to be checked owing to delay in results, some of the reports suggest that it was due to elections that the results were delayed.
‘Once the dates are decided, it will be conveyed to the students and parents via print and electronic media,’ Board official had told NDTV. Meanwhile, one of the Board officials asserted that in a first, the students will be able to apply for verification of marks and photocopy of the answersheets just a day after the exam results have been announced by MSBSHSE.
These are the steps that students need to follow to check their results:
– Log on to website mahresult.nic.in
– Click on SSC Examination Results 2017 tab
-You will be directed to another page
– Enter your enrollment number and other required information
– Your result will be displayed on your screen
– You can also download the Maharashtra SSC Class 10 Results 2017 and take a printout for future reference
There is also a possibility that the students may have to face difficulty in checking results immediately on the website due to a busy server. The students also have the option of checking results via SMS. Airtel, Idea, Vodafone and Aircel users can dial USSD code *588# to receive result via SMS.
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