Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2020 Live: Class 10 to be declared today mahresult.nic.in
Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2020 Live: Class 10 to be declared today mahresult.nic.in
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CM Uddhav Thackeray congratulates successful students

CM Uddhav Thackeray has congratulated the successful students.

The minister took to Twitter and wrote, "Congratulations to all students as you cross an important milestone of SSC exams and embark on the next stage of life’s journey. Even if the results haven’t been up to your expectation, don’t be disheartened as life is full of opportunities. My best wishes are with all of you."

Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2020: Class 10 scores out on mahresult.nic.in, sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com

Students who appeared for class 10 or SSC exam can check their results on mahresult.nic.in and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, www.sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com

With a pass percentage of 95.30%, 18.20% jump was seen as compared to 2019's 77.10%.

Over 95 per cent students passed the Maharashtra Secondary School Certificate (SSC- Class 10) examination, the results of which were announced on Wednesday.

Total 95.30 per cent students passed the SSC exam, in which girls outshone boys, chairman of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, Shakuntala Kale, said.

The pass percentage of girls was 96.91, while that of boys was 93.90 per cent, she said.

As many as 15,84,264 students had registered for the examination. Of them, 15,75,103 had appeared and 15,01,105 cleared the exam held in March this year.

Among various state divisions, Konkan secured the highest pass percentage of 98.77 per cent, while Aurangabad division recorded the lowest pass percentage of 92 per cent, Kale said.

The pass percentage of girls is 96.91, while that of boys is 93.90 per cent. 

Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2020 declared. 

The students will be able to check their results at 1 PM on the official websites. 

Divison-wise result in 2019: 

Pune - 97.34

Aurangabad - 92.00

Nagpur - 93.84

Nashik - 93.73

Mumbai - 96.72

Kolhapur - 97.64

Latur - 93.9

Amravati - 95.14

Konkan - 98.77

Nagpur - 93.84

Results are higher due to internal assessment, oral examination, worksheet and average marks in geography, said Board President Shakuntala Kale. 

95.30 per cent students clear Class 10 exams 

The result of the 10th SSC board examination has been declared. The result of the state is 95.30 per cent. The result of Konkan division is the highest with 98.77 per cent, while the result of Aurangabad division was the lowest at 92 per cent.

Konkan - 98.77 percent

Pune - 97.34 percent

Kolhapur - 97.64 percent

Mumbai - 96.72 per cent

Amravati - 95.14 percent

Nagpur - 93.84 percent

Nashik - 93.73 percent

Latur - 93.09 per cent

Aurangabad - 92 per cent

Results of Class 10 examinations conducted by the Maharashtra state education board will be declared today (Wednesday).

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) had conducted SSC (Class 10) exams in all its nine divisions in February and March.

The Pune-headquartered board will declare SSC results on Wednesday (July 29), said its secretary Ashok Bhosale in a press release.

"As per our standard operating procedure, we will announce the results on the board's website at 1 pm," he said.

Once declared, the scores will be available online at mahresult.nic.in and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in, www.sscresult.mkcl.org and

Steps to check the results:

  • Visit the official websites mahresult.nic.in

  • Click on the link which reads - 'SSC Examination Result March 2020'

  • Enter registration number, roll number

  • Results will appear on the screen

  • Download it, and take a print out for further reference

(With PTI inputs)

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