Maharashtra SSC 10th Result 2020: Maharashtra 10th Class Result Out Today; Check Here: All the students of Maharashtra State can check their SSC Result today on 29th July 2020 at the official website of the board. Check the article for the tutorial on how to download the result from the official website. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is going to declare Maharashtra SSC result by 1st week of July. The result will be declared in online mode only at its official website at mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in or mahresult.nic.in.
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Maharashtra SSC Result 2020
To check their result, students are required to enter the roll number and mother’s name. Hence students are required to be prepared with their roll number handy as the result can be out any time soon. The Maharashtra board has conducted an SSC exam from Mach 3 to 23, 2020 with a total of 16,39,862 students registered for the exam this year.
After the result declaration, the students who will qualify the examinations can collect their original mark sheet from their respective schools while those who will fail to qualify can appear for the supplementary examinations. In order to qualify the examinations, students are required to obtain at least 35marks in each subject.
Maharashtra 10th Class Result
Last year the Maharashtra state board SSC result was announced in the month of April-May, however, this year the schedule is deferred due to the nationwide lockdown imposed by the government to combat the COVID-19 outbreak. Earlier, it was expected to be declared by June 10, 2020, however, it has been further delayed due to lockdown extension as Maharashtra is the worst affected state in the country. With the relaxation in the lockdown across the country, it is now expected that the result will be out in the first half of July.
Apart from this, the state board has also clarified that the marks for the canceled geography paper will be given as average marks of all other papers. The board canceled the pending paper for SSC due to the rising cases of coronavirus in the State. Meanwhile, the exact date for the result declaration has not yet been announced by the board.
How to check the Maharashtra SSC result 2020?
Students can check their Maharashtra SSC result 2020 online by following the below-mentioned steps:
- Visit the official website at mahresult.nic.in
- Click on Maharashtra SSC result 2020
- A new login window will open up on the screen
- Enter roll number and mother’s name in the appropriate fields and click on “Submit”
- Maharashtra Board SSC result 2020 for the entered credentials will open
- Take a printout or screenshot of the same and keep it safe for further references
Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 Supplementary Examination
Students who failed to clear all the subjects and get qualified still have a chance as they can appear for the supplementary examination of those subjects conducted by the board. Once the result will be declared, the application for the supplementary examinations will be made available for the students on the official website of the board and need to submitted there itself along with fees. The information regarding the fee and schedule will be available once the result will be declared.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 Re-checking and Re-evaluation:
If any student has any doubt regarding their marks, then he/she can opt for a re-evaluation of the marks of those particular subjects along with the fee. Students can also obtain a copy of their evaluated answer book. For both, you have to apply by filling a verification/ re-evaluation form of Maharashtra board SSC result 2020 along with the defined application fee.
About Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education
You all should know that the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education was established back on January 01, 1966. It is a state-level board and popularly known as MSBSHSE. MSBSHSE is responsible for conducting SSC (class 10th) and HSC (class 12th) exams in the month of March every year. Maharashtra board releases the result on its official website.