The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the SSC class 10th results 2021 a little while ago. Though the websites are crashing, links to check results are available. Students can check result by seat number, and there is also a way to check result by name.
Maharashtra board did not hold the class 10 exams this year, and results have been compiled on the basis of assessment criteria. As a result, students are unaware of their seat numbers – which is one of the login details required to check the results. Therefore, students are searching for the direct link to check result with name.
MSBSHSE has not provided any direct link to check SSC result 2021 on the official website with name. However, the board has given the facility to find seat number by name. Thus, students who wish to check their class 10th results by name can click on the ‘search seat number’ link on the official website, get their seat number by name there, and then go to the link to check result and check result with the information obtained.
Steps to get and use Maharashtra board SSC result 2021 link with name are as follows.
Step-1: Go to the website result.mh-ssc.ac.in.
Step-2: Now click on the link “search seat number”.
Step-3: Then select taluka, district, and enter name.
Step-4: Click the “search” button.
Step-5: Now the seat number appears on screen; note it.
Step-6: Now go to mahahsscboard.in.
Step-7: Under the latest notification section, click the link for “SSC Result Links”.
Step-8: Now a pdf file will open, where direct link to check SSC results are given. Click on any of them.
Step-9: On the page to check result, enter seat number, and mother’s name to check your Maharashtra state board class 10th result 2021.
All the official websites where results are hosted by seat number, and by name are mostly down. The state board and technical teams associated with them are working on solving the issue. Amidst backlash from students and parents, who have been waiting for 7 hours for their results, the state education minister Varsha Gaikwad has released a public apology.
Earlier in the day, the board Chairman, Dinkar Patil, held a press conference to announce the class 10 results. The pass percentage this year is 99.5%, that has surpassed the results of all previous years. A total of 957 students have got 100% marks. Konkan district has got 100% pass percentage, followed by Amaravati with 99.98%. The pass percentage of girls is 99.96% and that of boys is 99.94%.
After the SSC results, the board will hold FYJC CET for class 11 admissions. For which, as per reports, students of Maharashtra board will not have to pay a fee, but students of other boards who wish to appear in the exam will.