Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Result 2020: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) declared the state SSC results on July 29. However, the result link on the board’s official website – mahresult.nic.in, sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com will only be available after 1 pm. The state SSC exams were scheduled to be held from March 7 to April 1 and the practical papers for the same were conducted between February 15 and March 4.
However, the board later decided to cancel the pending Geography exam and pass the students who were registered to appear for it. The board also cancelled the exam for vocational subjects which are conducted for children with special needs.
Among the nine divisions, Konkan topped the list with 98.77 per cent while Aurangabad division was at the bottom with 92 per cent, said Shakuntale Kale, chairperson of MSBSHSE, while announcing the results.
How to check MSBSHSE SSC results 2020
Step 1: Visit the website – mahresult.nic.in, sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com
Step 2: Click on the SSC result link flashing on the homepage
Step 3: Then log in by entering their roll number, mother’s name, etc
Step 4: After which click on the view result button
The scorecard will display on the screen, download and take a printout for further reference
For revaluation of marks, students have to make applications between July 30 to August 8 while for obtaining photocopies of answer sheets, students can apply from July 30 to August 18.
Around 17 lakh students had appeared in the state SSC exams, and due to the high influx, there are chances of candidates facing technical issues while accessing their scorecard on the official website.
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To clear the Maharashtra SSC a student should score at least 35 per cent marks in each subject. Those who have passed the exam will then be issued with an original mark sheet that can be collected by the students from their respective schools.
Generally, the Maharashtra SSC results are declared in the month of May-June but with the state tussling hard against the coronavirus pandemic, the evaluation of answer scripts could not be completed in time.