Daily Bhaskar | Last Modified - Jun 08, 2018, 12:21 PM IST
MSBSHSE, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has declared result for Maharashtra SSC Class 10th result for academic year 2017-18 on Friday i.e. 8th June . Result will be declared on Maharashtra Board official website, mahresult.nic.in
- Maharashtra board with start circulation of markseet in next two days.
- Maharastra Board SSC Result 2018 - Total 125 student has passed Maharastra class 10th examination by scoring 100% marks.
- Maharashtra SSC result is declared, Konkan district tops with overall passing percentage 89.41% and Nagpur remains the least scoring district with 85.97% passing percentage.
-Maharashtra board SSC result 2018 is declared and the overall passing percentage for this academic year is 89.41%.
- Maharashtra board has declared result for MSBSHSE SSC 2018
- In 2017, total 17,66, 098 students registered for Maharashtra SSC 2017 examination, out of which approx. 16,89,239 had appeared for the exam for the first time and the other students were repeat candidates. SSC examination for 2017 was conducted in 4,728 exam centers where 9,89,908 were girls and 7,76,190 were boys who appeared the SSC 2017 exam.
- Maharashtra board will be declaring MSBSHSE SSC Result 2018 today at 1 pm. Maharashtra 10th class result will uploaded on the board official website, mahresult.nic.in. This year MSBSHSE board had conducted the Maharashtra SSC 2018 examination from March 1st to March 24th.
- Maharashtra board has confirmed the official time for declaring MSBSHSE SSC result 2018. Result is declaring on 8th June at 1pm.
Maharashtra Board had announced result for class 12th recently on 30th May, 2018. The passing percentage for MSBSHSE HSC 2018 is 88.41%, and Konkan division has registered the highest passing percentage is 94.85%. Passing percentage for girls is 92.36% and boys passing percentage is 85.23%.
In order to check MSBSHSE SSC result students are required to enter their roll number alongwith their mother's first name.
After declaration of SSC result, students can check their result on Maharashtra Board official website mahresult.nic.in and alternatively on Dainik Bhaskar