8th June 2019: Maharashtras 10th results annouced. you can check it at www.mahresult.nic.in, www.sscresult.mkcl.org and www.maharashtraeducation.com
Dates of Result Declaration
|Maharashtra||Exam Name||Exam Dates 2019||Result 2019|
|Maharashtra Board SSC Exam||1 March – 22 March 2019||June 2019 (Tentative)|
How to Check Maharashtra Board Results 2019?
The Maharashtra Board Result 2019 will be available on this page which will be timely updated by IndCareer team. Students will be able to access their Maharashtra Board SSC Examand Maharashtra Board Result 2019 from the link shared on this page and of course on the conducting authority result page.
Students will be required to provide the necessary information in the allocated fields to access their individual Maharashtra Board Result To provide ease of access to the students, steps by step instructions to view 10th and 12th Result 2019 are listed below:
- Click the URLMaharashtra Board SSC Exam, Maharashtra Board HSC Exam
- Enter the Roll number in the view provided
- Click ‘Submit’, to view result
The students should note in case the Maharashtra Board Result page becomes sluggish due to overburden on the servers, they should not refresh the page and should wait for the website to render the Maharashtra Board Result
About Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & (MSBSHSE)
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is a statutory and autonomous body established under the Maharashtra Secondary Boards Act 1965. The most prominent task of the board is to conduct the Maharashtra SSC (Class 10) and Maharashtra HSC (Class 12) examinations twice every year. The exams were conducted in Feb-March 2019 this year and the MSBSHSE result 2019 or Maharashtra board result 2019 will be declared in the last week of May 2019 & the Maharashtra SSC Result 2019 any day in June, 2019.
The Maharashtra board results 2019 forms the benchmark for the students to take the decision for their further studies. The exams are conducted throughout the state of Maharashtra, through its nine Divisional Boards, which are primarily located at Pune, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Nasik, Aurangabad, Nagpur, Amravati, Latur and Ratnagiri and students studying in the Government-run High Schools are required to give this examination for further Secondary Education, for which the admission is given on the basis on merit.
Previous Year Analysis
Maharashtra Board SSC 2018 Statistics
|Maharashtra SSC Results|
|Year||Overall Pass %||Pass % for Boys||Pass % for Girls||No. of students who have appeared for the exam|
Class 10 Time Table
Class 12 Time Table