MSBSHSE SSC Result 2018: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is expected to declare the Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 on or before June 11 on its official website- mahresult.nic.in. However, the board has not issued any official statement in this regard. The students who appeared for the Maharashtra SSC exam, may check their results at mahresult.nic.in. They can also check their results at examresults.net. Also Read - Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Result 2020 Date And Time: Results to be Declared Tomorrow at 1 PM on mahresult.nic.in
Keys Things to Know About Maharashtra SSC or the Class 10th Result 2018 Exam:
1) MSBSHSE conducted the Maharashtra State Board SSC examination 2018 from March 1 to March to March 24. Also Read - Maharashtra Board SSC 10th Results 2020 This Week For Sure: Check Score, Other Details on mahresult.nic.in
2) This year, 17.51 lakh students appeared for the SSC examinations. Also Read - Maharashtra HSC Result 2020: Confirmed, MSBSHSE to Announce Class 12 Scores Tomorrow at mahresult.nic.in | How to Check, Date and Time, Pass Percentage
3) In 2017, the result of Maharashtra SSC exam was declared on May 30 and around 89.50 per cent students cleared the Class 10 examination. The girls fared better than boys as they registered an overall percentage of 93.5 while boys registered 86.65 per cent.
4) On May 28, the MSBSHSE board announced the Maharashtra HSC Class 12 Result 2018 on the official website mahresult.nic.in.
How to check MSBSHSE SSC Result 2018:
Step 1: Go to the Maharashtra Board’s official website- mahresult.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link- HSC Examination Result March 2018.
Step 3: Enter your roll number and other relevant details.
Step 4: Your Maharashtra Class 12 Result 2018 will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Download and take a print out of it for future purposes.
Last year, at least 17,66, 098 Maharashtra students registered for the SSC 2017 exams, out of which 16,89,239 appeared for the exam. There were 4,728 exam centres last year across the state. Out of the total number of candidates, 9,89,908 girls and 7,76,190 boys who took the SSC exams 2017.