Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will announce the final result of SSC today on its official portal i.e. maharesult.nic.in. The candidates who have registered themselves for the class 10th result can keep a tab on the official websites for the latest updates. The High School exams previously scheduled in April have been cancelled and now the same will be announced on the basis of the Internal assessment formula of the state. As per the latest sources, the compilation of the result is over and the same will be announced by 1 PM in the noon.
With a view to help the students and make the result checking process fast, the board has provided a list of 3 to 4 websites. The candidates can follow any of these websites to check their Maharashtra SSC results i.e. mahahsscboard.in
mahresult.nic.in, sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com. The candidates can check the link of the result once it is announced. Earlier the results were scheduled for July 15, 2021 however now the official sources have tweeted that the result will be out anytime by 1 PM on July 16, 2021.
The candidates who have participated in the registration process of SSC exams have to first visit any of the official websites mentioned. Post this, they have to find the official link of the Class 10th Results 2021. Therein they have to enter their Roll Number, Password, and other details and hit the submit button. The final result status along with the marks can be checked on the new window. Those candidates who find any issue in the marksheet i.e. Spelling mistake or any other discrepancy they can raise an objection against the same for rectification.
The Maharashtra SSC Exams have been scheduled for April 2021. Today around 16.58 lakh students are waiting for their MSBHSE Class 10th results. However, amid the rise in the covid cases the examinations were cancelled by the board. Now the result will be made on the basis of an internal assessment formula recommended by the seven-member committee formed to serve the purpose.
According to this, the marks will be made out of 100 marks in which 50% weightage will be given to the marks scored in class 9th exams while 50% weightage will be for the Class 10th Internal exams. Out of the Class 10th 50% weightage, 30 marks will be given to the written examinations while result 20 marks will be for the Oral exam, practicals and homework.