Students are waiting for the results. The wait is about to over. Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 is going to be declared soon. As per the media reports, the result of class 10th for the students of Maharashtra board students will be released either on June 08 or on June 11, 2018. The date is not finalized yet. But it is expected to be released in this week.
In a local newspaper of Maharashtra, the result declaration date for SSC has been given as June 11, 2018. So, most probably it will be announced on that particular date. Last year, Maharashtra SSC Result was announced on June 13, 2017. Thus, it is clear that the students will be able to see the results very soon.
The result of Maharashtra SSC will be released online on the official website i.e. mahresult.nic.in. To check the result, the students will have to submit the roll number and the first of the mother. After submitting the required details, the result will appear to you. The students are advised to take the printout of the result for the future reference.
In the current year, around 17.51 lakh students appeared for the exams of SSC which were conducted from March 01 to March 24, 2018.
Last year, about 17,66,098 candidates had enrolled in the exams for SSC. Out of which, 89.50% were passed. Talking about the pass percentage of girls and boys then it was 93.5% and 86.65% respectively.
After the declaration of the result, the board also releases the merit list for the students. Maharashtra board discloses the merit list on the basis of the performances. Thus, the students will get the data according to the overall performance, grade-wise performance, and gender-wise performance.
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education was established in 1965. There are 30,000 plus schools under its jurisdiction, divided into 9 divisions across the state. It conducts the exams of HSC and the SSC Examinations twice in a year. The board is responsible for each and every activity regarding the HSC and the SSC Exam. The board aims to give a better future to the students.