Maharashtra SSC Result 2018: MSBSHSE will declare Maharashtra SSC Result on May 30 in the online mode. Once Maharashtra Board 10th result is announced, a link to check the same will be provided on this page. To check the result, candidates will have to enter their credentials such as their roll number and mother’s first name. The SSC exam 2018 for Maharashtra board commenced on March 1 and concluded on 24 of the same month. Around 17 lakhs students appear for this exam every year. Over 21000 SSC schools are affiliated to MSBSHSE. Candidates who have appeared for Maharashtra SSC exam must read Maharashtra SSC result 2018 as it will give them a walk-through of the steps to download the result and the date sheet of Maharashtra Board SSC exam 2018.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 - Date
Candidates can check the table below to know the dates of Maharashtra SSC exam and the date of the declaration of the result.
MSBSHSE 10th Exam 2018
March 01 to 24, 2018
Maharashtra Board 10th Result 2018
May 30, 2018
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How to Download Maharashtra SSC Result 2018?
Maharashtra Board will release Maharashtra 2018 SSC result in the online mode. As soon as the result is declared, a link to download the same will be updated in this article. Candidates must check the steps below as to how to download the result of Maharashtra SSC 2018.
Step 1: Click on the link which will be activated here once SSC 2018 Maharashtra result is announced
Step 2: After clicking on the screen, result page will appear on the screen
Step 3: Enter your credentials such as ‘Roll Number’ and ‘Mother’s First Name’ and click the button ‘View Result’.
Step 4: Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2018 would appear on the screen, which can be downloaded.
Step 4:Take a printout of the mark sheet and save it for the future reference.
Below is given the screenshot of login page of Maharashtra SSC result
Details on Maharashtra SSC Result 2018
Maharashtra 2018 result SSC consists of the following details:
1. Seat No.
2. Centre No.
3. School No.
4. Month/Year of Exam
5. Candidate’s Name
6. Candidate’s Mother’s Name
7. Subject-wise Marks
8. Total Marks obtained
9. Percentage obtained
10. Result – Pass/Fail
Maharashtra SSC Result 2018-Verification of Marks
Students can apply for verification of marks to the Divisional Secretary to check if there is any miscalculation and error in awarding the marks. Such request should be made by candidates within two two weeks of the declaration of the result. Students are required to pay Rs. 10 for verification of each subject. Students cannot apply for revaluation of answers. Read below to get more details about verification of marks:
- Candidates cannot claim for re-examination of their answers, disclosure of answer-books or other documents that are confidential
- On finding any mistake in totalling the marks, candidates will be refunded the verification fee and the mistake will be rectified by the Divsional Secretary. The updated result will be sent to students by a telegram
- In case a failed student is found to have passed in the exam post verification, he/she will be declared passed in the SSC exam
Maharashtra SSC Result – Statistical Analysis
Candidates can check the table below to know the approximate overall pass percentage of boys and girls and the total number of students who appeared for the exam in the last five years (2013 to 2017). The table shows that the overall pass percentage of candidates shot up in 2014 and 2015, but dipped marginally in 2016 and 2017. Girls have been outperforming boys over the period of the last five years. The total number of students appeared in the exam, however, kept increasing every year.
Overall Pass %
Girls’ Pass %
Boys’ Pass %
Total No. of Students Appeared
About Maharashtra Board
The Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) was established in 1966. The board conducts Secondary School Certificate Exam and Higher Secondary Certificate Exam in the state. MSBSHSE conducts the exam through its nine divisional boards, which are located at Amravati, Aurangabad, Konkan, Latur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, and Pune. In addition, Maharashtra Board also prescribes text books for these exams.