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Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 Declared: Over 17 Lakh Students Receive Maharashtra Board 10th Results

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Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 Date and Time: After the Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 is declared today at 1pm, the scores can be checked on the board's official websites mahresult.nic.in, maharashtraeducation.com and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in.

Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 Date and Time | The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) announced the result for Maharashtra SSC or Class 10 board exams on July 29. The Maharashtra MSBSHSE Board usually announces Class 10th Board Results a week after the Maharashtra HSC or Class 12 result are announced. This year, the board has announced MSBSHSE 12th Result on July 16.

1. Date and Time of Results Declaration: The announcement of MMSBSHSE 10th Result has been confirmed by the Maharashtra Board. The Board had announced that the Maharashtra SSC result 2020 will be released for class 10 students on July 29.

2. Where to Check: Students waiting for their MSBSHSE SSC Result 2020 are advised to keep their admit cards ready as it will be required for the details mentioned on it at the time of checking their scores online. Once declared, the much-awaited results would be made available at board's official websites such as mahresult.nic.in, maharashtraeducation.com and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in.

3. Number of Students Registered This Year: As per reports, a total of 17,65,898 students had registered to appear for MSBSHSE 10th board exams this year.

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4. Exams Affected Due to Covid-19: The MSBSHSE board had initially scheduled Maharashtra 10th board exams to be held in the month of March this year. But, it could not hold all the examinations due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown. Later, the board postponed the pending SSC Geography exam until a date after April 14 but ultimately cancelled it due to the nationwide lockdown.

5. Marks Required to Pass Exam: To pass in the Maharashtra board exams, students need to score an aggregate score of 35 per cent with at least 20 per cent marks in the theory of every subject.

6. Last Year's Performance: In the year 2019, the overall pass percentage was at a 10-year-low. Only 77.10 per cent students had successfully passed the Maharashtra SSC Board Exam 2019.