Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 Active Link on mahresult.nic.in: Websites Where You Can Check
Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 | The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education hosted the Maharashtra Board SSC Results 2018, Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, SSC Result 2018 on its official website mahresult.nic.in.
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Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 | The Maharashtra Board Result 2018, Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, MSBSHSE SSC Result 2018 declared by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education today (June 8) at 11 am. The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education will host the Maharashtra Board SSC Results 2018, Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, SSC Result 2018 on its official website mahresult.nic.in. The Maharashtra Board Result 2018, Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 will be available online at 1 pm. The Maharashtra Board Result 2018, Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 will be available shortly. The pass percentage for the Maharashtra SSC Result is 89.41%. Konkan tops districts with 96%, least scoring district is Nagpur with 85.97%
The Maharashtra Board conducted the Maharashtra Class 10 examination for the year 2017-18 from March 1-March 24. As reported by the MSBSHSE Board, 17,51,353 students have appeared for the examination this year. Students can check their Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, Maharashtra 10th Result 2018, Maharashtra Board Result 2018 on maharashtraeducation.com, examresults.net/maharashtra, results.nic.in/index, maharashtra.indiaresults.com.
How to check Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, SSC Result 2018,
Step 1: Click on the official link mahresult.nic.in
Step 2: Look for a link which says Maharashtra SSC Result 2018, Maharashtra Board Result 2018
Step 3: Click on the link which says Maharashtra Class 10th Result 2018, Maharashtra Board 10th result 2018
Step 4: Enter your roll number
Step 5: Download your Maharashtra Board Result 2018 and take a print out for future reference
Last year, in 2017, MSBSHSE processed the results of a total of 17,64,536 students out of which 15,05,906 students were declared "passed". This year a total of 17,51,353 students registered for the exams and are expecting their results tomorrow.
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