Maharashtra SSC Results 2019 Declared: The Results for the Maharashtra SSC 2019 Examinations have been declared on the official website of the board i.e. mahresults.nic.in. The overall pass percentage in the examination has seen a massive drop from 89.41% in 2018 to 75% in 2019. The highest pass percentage was seen by the Konkan District with a total of 88.38 pass percentage. Also, a total of 25 thousand students scored above 90% marks in the Class 10th Board examination as per the official numbers stated by the board. Candidates who appeared for the Maharashtra SSC examination can also click on the direct link given below to access their results:
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SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 13:21 PM: 25K students score above 90% marks
As per the statistics shared by the Maharashtra Board, a total of 25,941 students have secured 90% and above in the SSC Result 2019.
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:55 PM: 20 students score 100%
Maharashtra SSC Result 2019 saw 20 students score a perfect score of 100% marks in the exam. Soon the result will be made available online on the official website mahresults.nic.in
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:44 PM: Check via SMS
In addition to publishing the results online on the official website, the Maharashtra Board will also make the results available through SMS / Text services for BSNL users. This service can be availed by students who do not have internet connectivity or are unable to log onto the website. Steps to check SSC Result 2019 through SMS are given below:
- Step 1: Open Text Messaging / SMS App on your Phone
- Step 2: Type SMS: MHSSC(space)(seat no)
- Step 3: Send it to 57766 (Only BSNL users)
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:30 PM: How to check Result online at 1 PM.
The day of the Maharashtra Board SSC Results 2019 is a highly stressful one for the students. In the stress and anxiety of getting the results, students often get confused about the result checking process. Moreover, there are several websites that are misguiding students about how to check Maharashtra Board 10th Results 2019 online. To steer clear of such websites and to be first to check the results, students can follow the steps listed below:
- Step 1: Visit mahresults.nic.in / maharashtra10.jagranjosh.com
- Step 2: Click on the link for ‘SSC Examination Result March 2019’
- Step 3: Enter your Hall Ticket / Exam Roll Number
- Step 4: Enter the first three characters of your Mothers Name
- Step 5: Submit the information after verifying it
- Step 6: Check SSC Result 2019 displayed on the screen
- Step 7: Download scorecard/mark sheet or take a printout for future reference
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:23 PM: Konkan District Tops
In the recently announced Maharashtra SSC Result 2019, Konkan district has topped by securing highest success ratio. Konkan Region has secured 77.10% pass percentage in the SSC Exam Result 2019.
- Konkan – 88.38%
- Pune – 82.48%
- Nagpur – 67.27%
- Aurangabad – 75.20%
- Mumbai – 77.04%
- Kolhapur – 86.58%
- Amravati – 71.98%
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:15 PM: Girls Outperform Boys
In the recently announced SSC Result 2019, Girls have kept up with the national trend by beating boys in terms of gender-wise performance. Girls secured an overall pass percentage of 82.82% as compared to 72.18% boys.
SSC Results in 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 12:00 PM: Result Declared, To be Available Online at 1 PM
Maharashtra Board has declared the Class 10 Results 2019 formally in a press meet at its Pune Office. Of the total 17 lakh students appeared for the exam, 75% of students have cleared the exam as compared to 89.41% last year.
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 11:55 PM: List of Websites
Keeping the convenience of the students in mind, the Maharashtra Board will make the results available to the students on multiple platforms. After the formal declaration, SSC Results will be available on the following websites
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 11:40 PM: Re-Exam / Supply Test
Soon after the announcement of SSC Results 2019, Maharashtra Board will also announce the details and schedule for the re-exam or Supplementary Examination. The Supply Exam is held for students who are unable to pass in the recently announced results. Generally, the Maharashtra SSC Supply / Re-exam is held in the month of July.
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 11:25 AM: Exam Zones / Region
Maharashtra Board or the MSBSHE is the apex body in the state as far as school education is concerned. The Board operates through 9 operational zones/regions that are primarily defined for administrative purposes. The 9 zones include Pune, Mumbai, Nasik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Latur, Amravati and Ratnagiri.
SSC Results in 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 11:15 AM: Keep Admit Cards Ready
In order to check the SSC Result 2019 online, candidates will have to provide important information such as hall ticket number, examination roll number and other details on the website. Therefore, candidates are advised to keep their admit cards ready to be able to access their results quickly
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 11:00 AM: Last Year’s Statistics
Last year, the Maharashtra Board had announced the 10th Result 2019 on the on 8th June – the same day as this year. In 2018, a total of 17,51,353 students had appeared for the SSC Exam 2019 out of which 89.41% managed to clear the exam with flying colours.
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 10:45 AM: Exam Dates
For 2019, Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) held the Maharashtra Board Exam in the month of March. The SSC Exam commenced on 1st March 2019 and continued until 22nd March 2019.
SSC Results 2019 Maharashtra Live Update @ 10:30 AM: Fate of 17 Lakh students to be announced
Maharashtra Board will announce the 10th Results 2019 for nearly 17 lakh students who appeared for the SSC Exams this year. In terms of a total number of students, Maharashtra is the second biggest state in India after Uttar Pradesh.