MSBSHSE SSC Class 10 Exam Result 2018: Maharashtra Board to Declare Result on June 8th, Check at mahresult.nic.in
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The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) have confirmed after much speculation, that the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) results announcement date has been decided. The board’s officials have informed that the results are ready and MSBSHSE would declare the class 10th results on June 8, 2018. Once the results are live, students will be able to check their Maharashtra Board SSC scores online from the official website; mahresult.nic.in. Withstanding to all the rumours around the results date, the students are recommended to keep a tab on the official website, once decided the board will update the same on their homepage. UPDATE: Maharashtra Board will announce the class 10th SSC results on June 8. Check your MSBSHSE 10th scores online at mahresult.nic.in. 

The Maharashtra Board conducted the SSC class 10th examinations for the academic year 2017-18 from March 1 to 24 and about 18 lakh students have written the exam. There is an administrative delay due to which the result announcement for class 10 is taking time. But looking at the past records, MSBSHSE declares the results for SSC soon after its class 12th results. Apart from the official website; MSBSHSE will also share the details of SSC scores to other third-party web portals so that it becomes easier for students to check their results online in case if they face any technical glitches due to huge traffic on the result day. Candidates must keep their admit card handy so to know their SSC exam 2018 results from other sites such as examresults.net and indiaresults.com.

On May 30, the Maharashtra State Board announced its Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination results. Around 5,486 HSC students scored above 90 percent marks in the exams this year. Last year, class 10 pass percent under MSBSHSE stood at 89.50 percent. Girls outperformed with 93.5 pass percentage over boys who registered 86.65 percent.