MSBSHSE Maharashtra SSC result 2021 declared at mahresult.nic.in

Maharashtra SSC result 2021 released today July 16, 2021, the link to check result will be available at 1 pm. Students can check SSC result 2021 at mahresult.nic.in.

MSBSHSE Maharashtra SSC result 2021 declared at mahresult.nic.in
Dinesh Goyal | Jul 16, 2021 - 11:46 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: Maharashtra Board result 2021 SSC has been announced on July 16, 2021, the link to check result will be available at 1 pm. Students can check Maha SSC result 2021 SSC on the official website, mahresult.nic.in.
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Education department officials have released the Class 10 Maharashtra board result today in a press conference. This year the pass percentage is 99.95 per cent, reported Hindustan Times. Girls have outshined boys. The overall pass percentage of girls is 99.96% and the boys pass percentage is 99.95 per cent.
Read more - Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 Live Updates

Students who have registered for SSC exams 2021 will be able to view the SSC Result Maharashtra 2021 by entering their roll number and other details on the official website. This year, the board had cancelled the Class 10 exam due to the sudden increase in COVID-19 cases. The Maharashtra SSC result 2021 date has been prepared on the basis of evaluation criteria. As per the criteria, the SSC Class 10 result 2021 is based on the marks secured by students in the internal examination of Class 9 and Class 10.
Check Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 Updates here.

How to check Maharashtra SSC result 2021?

  • Go to the mahresult.nic.in 2021 SSC result website.

  • On the homepage, click on the link that reads ‘Maharashtra SSC Result 2021’ link.

  • Enter roll number and mother’s first name in the required fields

  • Click ‘Submit’ and save it

  • SSC result 2021 Maharashtra will appear on the screen

  • Take a printout or screenshot of SSC result 2021 and keep it safe

Earlier, the state government announced that a Common Entrance Test (CET) will be conducted for Class 10 students who wish to get admission to First-Year Junior Colleges (FYJC).

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