Results of the SSC examinations has been declared on the Maharashtra education board's official website. Students can check on and LatestLY wishes you all the best!

The MSBSHSE has declared the pass percentage of Maharashtra Class 10th results 2019. A total of 77.10 per cent students have cleared the examinations. Girls with pass rate of 82.82 per cent have outperformed boys (72.18%). The student-wise result card will be available for download at 1 pm.

Mumbai, June 8: Results of the Class 10th or SSC examinations has been declared by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE). While the aggregate pass percentage and division-wise scores have been released by the Board officials at a press conference held in the state capital, the student-wise result will be available for download at and from 1 pm onwards.

The SSC result form the base for admissions in various junior colleges for HSC courses. As per the usual precedent, the cut-off remains high in most colleges for science and arts stream courses, as compared to commerce. Candidates vying for either of the streams must secure a high-score to attain admission in the top colleges of the state. 'Sairat' Star Rinku Scores 82% in Maharashtra Board Class 12 HSC Exam

How to check the Maharashtra SSC 2019 results? Visit or at 1pm or later. On the landing page, find the results tab which would be marqueed with the "new" tag. After clicking it, one would be redirected to another page where the name, hall ticket number and other details of the students will be sought. After entering the details in their respective fields, click on submit. The results will be displayed before the user.

Students are recommended to take a screenshot or download the PDF copy of their online results for interim use.

Notably, the SSC examinations were held this year between March 1 to 22. The Board had set-up 4,874 centres for the smooth conduct of the examinations. A total of around 17 lakh students appeared for the exams. While some had enrolled independently, the majority were affiliated to the near 21,000 schools in the state - public and private - affiliated to the SSC curriculum.