Maharashtra MSBSHSE SSC 10th Result 2019: The State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) can submit the results of the 10th examination at any time. In such a way, the students who have failed in the Maharashtra Board State Secondary Certificate (SSC) MSBSHSE 10th examination may not be disturbed. In fact, in the month of July, in the month of July, the Supplementary (Competitive) examination will be organized for students failing in class 10th, on the basis of which the class 10th candidates will get another to pass. Results of the MSBSHSE 10th Examination 2019 Board on its official website mahresults.nic.in and mahahsscbd.maharashtra.gov.inWill declare on. Meanwhile, students who give board board exams this year to the Board of Secondary Education this year can check their results online on these websites.
Let us know that students can also see the results of MSBSHSE 10th-2019 on indiaresults.com , examresults.net and results.gov.in . With this, the MSBSHSE SSC examination was organized from March 1, 2019 to March 22, on behalf of the Maharashtra Board. This time about 17 lakh students had joined the Maharashtra Board exams. In this case, the candidates who have given the Maharashtra Board 10th examination this year, are eagerly waiting for their results.
Here’s how to check Maharastra SSC 10th Results
- Go to the board’s official website, mahresult.nic.in
- Click on the ‘Maharashtra 2019 Class 10 result’
- Enter all details, including your roll number or seat number and click on ‘submit’ to see the final result
- Take a print out of your result for future reference
Last year, around 14.5 lakh (84.4 per cent) of the total 16.2 lakh students had passed the exam in the state. While the girls scored the overall pass percentage of 91.97 per cent, boys recorded 87.27 pass percentage. Earlier on May 28, the MSBSHSE had declared Class 12th results. This year, over 14 lakh students had registered for the MSBSHSE Class 12th exam. This year’s pass percentage in the state dropped to 85.88 per cent from 92.3 per cent a year earlier. Once again, girls outshined boys by securing the overall pass percentage of 90.25 per cent. The boys, however, recorded 82.4 pass percentage.