The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) today announced the results of the Secondary School Certificate. In the best results so far, 99.95% out of about 17 lakh students have passed. For students, detailed marksheets will be available by 1 p.m. Students awaiting their Class 10 results can check them online by visiting the official portal mahresult.nic.in or mahahsscboard.in.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 LIVE Updates
More than 16.58 lakh students had registered for the Maharashtra SSC exams this year. However, the examinations were canceled due to the second wave of COVD-19 epidemic and the result has been prepared by an alternative assessment method.
Due to the cancellation of examinations, many students did not collect their admission cards or hall tickets from the respective schools. The roll number specified on the hall ticket is crucial to assess the results. If a student has not yet been received, he can get it from his school or –
Step 1: Go to mh-ssc.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on the link where it says ‘Find Roll Number / Hall Ticket Number’
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Login using credentials
Step 5: The roll number will be available, save it and keep it with you
Step 6: Go back to the home page, use the roll number to check the results
Students can get their results directly from News18.com by filling the form below –
Website to check Maharashtra SSC Result 2021
In case, if the official website is down or not working due to heavy traffic on the page, students can also get their results from alternative websites. Here are the websites through which the results of MAHA SSC can be accessed:
This year the board will pass all the students registered in MAHA SSC exam 2021. State school education minister Varsha Gaekwad announced that all students would be given minimum passing marks. Those who fail to get the minimum passing marks will be given the required ‘Grace Marks’ for passing in the next class. This means that MAHA SSC result will be 100% pass percentage in 2021.
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