Maharashtra Board declared class 10 test results and 95.30 percent understudies have spent for the current year. Young ladies have recorded a superior pass rate at 96.91 percent. Complete 15,84,264 understudies had enrolled for the test and 15,75,103 appeared for the test. Out of these, 15,01,105 understudies have qualified for the current year.
Among the districts, Konkan region has recorded most noteworthy pass rate with 98.77 percent and Aurangabad has recorded least pass rate at 92 percent.
Among young ladies, the pass rate is 96.99 percent and among young men, it is 93.90 percent. The pass rate among in an unexpected way abled understudies is 92.73 percent.
Complete 5,39,373 understudies have been set in the primary division, trailed by 5,50,809 understudies in second division, and 3,30,588 is third division.
The board declared SSC results for Maharashtra Board understudies in a public interview held at 11 am. The outcome, be that as it may, will be accessible on the official outcome’s entryway at 1 pm. This year, allegedly, more than 17 lakh understudies sat for the SSC exam in Maharashtra.
Maharashtra board held class 10 tests in March. The board needed to defer and in the long run, drop the last test due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdown.
Understudies will have the option to check their outcome on authentic outcomes entrance, ‘mahresult.nic.in‘, after it is discharged on the web.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2020: How To Check?
Step 1: Go to the official results website mentioned above.
Step 2: Click on the SSC result link.
Step 3: Enter the required details.
Step 4: Submit and view your result.
Presently the SSC result has been reported, the Maharashtra government will start confirmation procedure to class 11. This year the administration has propelled another site for eleventh or FYJC (First Year Junior College) affirmation
In 2019, the Maharashtra SSC result was discharged on June 8. A year ago, 77.10 percent understudies cleared the SSC exam in Maharashtra and 20 understudies made sure about 100 percent marks. A sum of 1,794 schools recorded a 100 percent finish rate in the SSC exam.