Maharashtra SSC 10th results will be released by Maharashtra State Board of secondary and higher secondary education (MSBSHSE) for secondary school certificate SSC examinations or class 10th. The board will declare the result on mah.result.nic.in.
According to the estimates offered by the officials as per last year more than 17.66 lakh students had appeared for the Maharashtra SSC class 10th out of which a total of 9,89,908 were boy candidates and 7,76,190 were girl candidates.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2019
Maharashtra board SSC 10th Result will be announced at the official website. Exams were scheduled to be complete in March 2019. The exams are over now and the students are waiting for the result. Check the events regarding the MSBSHSE board Result in below section
|Maharashtra Board SSC Examination||1 Macrh 2019|
|Maharashtra Board SSC Result||4th week of May 2019|
Learn Easy Steps to Check the MSBSHSE Result 2019 online
- Visit the official website of Maharashtra Board or wait till we provide the links to the official website of Maharashtra Board.
- After logging in to the website check for “SSC Results 2019” or “10th Results 2019.”
- Select the link that you have found and Click on that to proceed to check your results
- Now, enter your required credentials like Hall ticket number or registration number and date of birth whatever required.
- Now your results on your screen, you can take screenshot or print out fo the results for your further use, print out is suggested.
Maharashtra SSC 10th Class Grading System
There is grading system in so many states of India like Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states, if there is a grading system in the Maharashtra Board than it may be as below but it is not sure about the grading system, we may update the latest information regarding the grading system in the Maharashtra after we get any information from the sources, till then the below table can be checked for grading system which is implemented in the states of Andhra and Telangana for SSC or 10th class students.
|1st,3rd L/Non L||2nd Language||Grades||Points|
It is very clear from the above grading system that if a student secure the marks from 92 to 100 in subject except for second languages than the student will be awarded the A1 grade in that subject and in the same way it continues if the students score from 32 to 42 marks other than the second language that the student will be awarded the point is 3 and grade are D2 it is also called as Cumulative Grade Point Average or Grading System. If students score less than 35 in other subjects and less than 20 in second languages than he or she will be considered as ‘fail’ in subjects and E grade will be awarded.
Maharashtra SSC Pass Percentages Statistics of Previous Years
|Year||Passed Students %||Boys %||Girls %||Appeared Students|
|2019 Exp||90.45 Exp||88.45 Exp||90.42 Exp||18,47,563|
The above is the tabular form that how many students have appeared and what was the pass percentage statistics from the year 2015 to 2018 and the expected value for 2019 has also been written, do check and don’t forget to share this website with your friends.
Maharashtra SSC 10th Class Toppers List & Merit List 2019
In the previous years, the topper list or merit list were provided by the MSBSHSE on the next day of the result declaration. Hence, we can expect same for this year too. It will also get released on the official portal of the Board. Students will be able to download the topper list from the official website after the formal announcement.
Maharashtra SSC Supplementary Exam
After the regular exam result are announced the board conducts the Supplementary exams. This exam is mainly conducted for those students who don’t get the passing marks(33%) and hence, to be declared as pass they have to qualify the exam in second chance (Supplementary Exam).
The other details regarding the Supplementary exam like application procedure, fee structure will be available here after the formal announcement of the Maharashtra board.
Maharashtra Board 10th|Rechecking/Revaluation process
Revaluation/Rechecking process is for those students who have got the passing marks or more than passing marks but not satisfied with their marks. In other words, they don’t get that marks they were expecting for.
A notification for Revaluation or Rechecking process will be released by the Maharashtra board on its official website. The board will also provide the application procedure and fee structure. The process of Revaluation/Rechecking includes three steps.
Verification Of Marks
Students can verify their marks by applying for the Rechecking process.
Obtaining a Photocopy of The Answerbook
Students are also able to apply for obtaining a photocopy of their answer book in case they have doubt about the calculation of marks or about the evaluation process. The photocopy of the answer book will be sent to the students through speed post.
Revaluation/Rechecking of the Evaluated Answerbook