Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 10th result declared
Maharashtra SSC Result 2020: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education released Class X results on Wednesday. This year, 93.32 percent students of the board have passed. Students can check their results on the official website of the board mahresult.nic.in. The result has come much better than last year, 75.53 per cent students had passed this exam last year.
Let us know that about 1.7 million students had appeared in SSC examination in the state. Previously, this exam was scheduled to be held from March 7 to April 1. Practical examinations for this were conducted between 15 February and 4 March. There was a geography test left in it, which was later postponed by the board due to increasing cases of corona infection.
All 1.7 million students who were registered for this exam were passed. The board also canceled the examination for vocational subjects, which are conducted for children in the special need category. Therefore, the same rule of average score will apply to canceled commercial papers.
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Step 3: Click on the link of SSC result given on the homepage here.
Step 4- Now here they will be asked for roll number, mother’s name and other details.
Step 5- Enter all the details and log in and click on the View Result button.
Step 6- Now the result will appear on the screen, save it for future.
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Let us know that usually every year, the results of Maharashtra SSC are declared in the month of May-June. This year due to the lockdown caused by the corona virus epidemic, the evaluation of answer books was not completed on time. That’s why the result is so delayed.
It has been said by the board that in order to pass the SSC exams, the student must bring at least 35 percent marks i.e. 35 marks in each subject. Explain that once the results are declared, a mark sheet will be issued to those who have passed the examination. Students can collect it from their respective schools. Before that, they can enroll from the website through online provisional marksheet.