Maharashtra SSC Board 2018: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is responsible for conducting Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exam. Students sat for Maharashtra 10th Board 2018 from March 1 to 24, 2018. The result of Maharashtra 10th Board Secondary School Certificate (SSC) has been announced on June 8, 2018. Candidates will be able to check their result online from 1 pm by entering their roll number and mother’s first name. The link to check the result will be provided on this page once it is published. This year, overall 89.41% students have cleared the exam. As per the passing criteria, candidates need to obtain 35% to pass the SSC exam. The datesheets for SSC exam was released by MSBSHSE. The board conducts SSC examination in Maharashtra through its nine divisional boards located in Pune, Mumbai, Aurangabad, Nasik, Kolhapur, Amravati, Latur, Nagpur and Ratnagiri. The number of students appears for this exam is 17 lakhs every year. Students must read this article on Maharashtra SSC Board 2018 to know the complete datesheet of SSC exams, result date how to download the result, grading system, details mentioned in Maharashtra board result and the past statistics.
Maharashtra SSC Board 2018 Exam- Overview
ICSE Exam Particulars
Name of Exam
Secondary School Certificate Examination
Commonly Known as
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)
Mode of Exam
Pen and Paper
Maharashtra SSC Board Exam 2018 - Dates
MSBSHSE SSC Exam 2018
March 01 to 24, 2018
Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2018
June 8, 2018 (Declared)
Maharashtra SSC Board Result 2018
The result of Maharashtra 10th board has been declared on June 8, 2018. The Board will activate the link to check result online at 1 pm on June 8, 2018. The same will be updated in this article. The result of class 10 plays a pivotal role in student’s life as the marks help them decide which stream they should pursue out of Arts, Science and Commerce. According to a general pattern, students scoring higher marks opt for Science stream whereas other candidates take Commerce or Arts, depending on their interest.
How to Download Maharashtra SSC Board Board Result 2018?
Candidates must check the steps below as to how to download the result of Maharashtra SSC Board 2018.
Step 1: Click on the link ‘Maharashtra SSC Board Result 2018’.
Step2: After clicking on the screen, result page will appear on the screen. Click on the direct link to check result.
Step 3: Enter your credentials such as ‘Roll Number’ and ‘Mother’s First Name’ and click on ‘View Result’.
Step 4: Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2018 would appear on the screen, which can be downloaded.
Step 5: Take a printout of the mark sheet and save it for the future reference.
Details on Maharashtra SSC Board 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
Passing Marks in Maharashtra SSC Board 2018
Students appearing for SSC exam must score at least 35% in each subject to pass the exam.
Important Instructions about Maharashtra 10th Result 2018
While checking result, candidates are required to carefully enter the necessary details, such as roll number and personal details.
Candidates must save Maharashtra SSC Board Results 2018 on their computer for future reference
Maharashtra 10th Board 2018 online result can be used as a provisional result by schools for admission purposes.
Candidates can’t use the Maharashtra Board result in place of the original mark sheet.
You must collect the original mark sheet from your respective schools after the declaration of the results.
Candidates who are not satisfied with their result may apply for reevaluation.
To pass in Maharashtra SSC Board exam, candidates must score 35% marks in each compulsory subject. In case of Mathematics and Science which are alloted a maximum marks of 150, it is mandatory for candidates to score 52 marks in each subject. Candidates must obtain a ‘C’ in terms of grades in the optional subjects to pass the exam. The performance in the optional subject will not be indicated by marks, in fact, by grades as shown in the below table:
Score in terms of Marks
For 60% and above marks
for 45% to 59% marks
for 35% to 44% marks,
for below 35% marks
Maharashtra 10th Result 2018 - Verification of Marks
Candidates can apply for verification of marks to the Divisional Secretary to check if all the answers in a particular subject have been examined properly. Such requests are made by candidates to the head of the secondary school within two weeks of the declaration of the result. Students need to pay Rs. 10 for verification of each subject. However, students cannot apply for revaluation of answers. Read on to know more on the verification process:
No candidate can claim for a re-examination of their answers, disclosure or inspection of the answer-books or other documents that are treated as confidential by the Divisional Board.
If it is found that there is a mistake in totalling of marks, the verification fee will be refunded to a candidate. Mistakes, if found, will be rectified by the Divisional Secretary and candidates will be informed about the same via telegram.
If a candidate who failed is found to clear the exam after verification, he/she will be declared to have qualified the exam.
Maharashtra SSC Board Supplementary Exam
Maharashtra Board conducts class 10 supplementary examination in July. The examination is for those students who fail in clearing the main SSC examination conducted in March. It is an opportunity for the failed students to improve their scores in some subjects.
Maharashtra Board Class 10th 2018 - Date Sheet
Maharashtra Board released the timetable for SSC Maharashtra online. The Board conducted the examination in two slots. The first slot was held from 1:00 am to 02:00 pm, whereas, the second slot began at 03:00 pm and concluded at 06:00 pm.
To know the complete datesheet, click here
Medium of Maharashtra SSC Examination
Students appearing for SSC 10th exam have the option to answer the paper in the following languages- English, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada. Urdu, Sindhi (Arabic or Devnagari Script) or Hindi. The script used for Marathi, Hindi, Sanskrit, Pali and Ardhamagadhi should be Devnagari. No candidate has the permission to opt for more than two mediums for the examination.
Maharashtra 10th Board-Eligibility Criteria
Candidates attending the final year of secondary school are eligible to appear for the exam only when they have 75 per cent attendance. The Divisional Chairman, however, has the authority to approve the shortage of attendance up to 15 per cent in case of candidates whose attendance is less than 75 per cent and only if they are absent due to medical reasons or some other special circumstances. Furthermore, the Divisional Chairman condones the shortage of attendance beyond 15 per cent in the case of candidates whose minimum attendance is below 75 per cent in exceptional cases, such as:
Authorized participation in sports at State, National or International level organized by recognized Sports Authorities.
A candidate who is admitted late in a recognised secondary school on account of the transfer of his guardian from other States. For such candidates, his/her attendance is marked from the date of actual admission in secondary school.
Tips on how to Prepare Maharashtra SSC Board Board Examinations
Full-Fledged Preparation: Candidates must revise the lessons taught in the class every day. Following this practice will help the remember the chapters in the long run. Multiple revisions are always recommended for scoring well in the exam. Plan your timetable properly to stand out the exam.
Maintain Regularity: Candidates must attend their classes regularly in the school. Being regular in the school will help them comprehensively understand a topic in the school. In case of any doubt in any topic, candidates must clear their doubt by asking questions to their teachers.
Clarity: Proper time should be devoted to every subject and ensure that the concepts of all chapters are clear. Ask your teachers which book to follow for a particular subject.
Practice: Students should keep on practising and rereading to remember the topics well. Do not forget to make a note of all the important points in a notebook. You can go through all these important points before your final exams. Practice a lot of mock question papers to know where you stand.
Health: Sleep and eat well. Keep yourself physically active as it will help you prepare well for the exam.
Maharashtra SSC Board Class 10 Supplementary Result 2017-Statistics
Around 1,25,620 of students registered for class 10th supplementary examination in 2017, out of which 1,24,723 students appeared for the exam. Out of all candidates who took SSC supplementary exam, 20,116 boys and 10,372 girls cleared it. Among all the divisions, Nagpur managed to secure the first place with the highest pass percentage of 31.10. Out of 15, 538 students who appeared for the exam, around 4832 students, including 2773 boys and 2059 girls, qualified the examination. Nasik stood at the second place with 29.46 pass percentage.
Maharashtra SSC Board – Statistical Analysis
Candidates can check the table below to know the approximate overall pass percentage of boys and girls and a total number of students appeared for the exam in the last five years. The table shows that the overall pass percentage of candidates went up in 2014 and 2015, but dipped marginally in 2016 and 2017. Girls have been outperforming boys over a 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 twice a year 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 textbooks for these exams. Around 17 lakh students appear for Maharashtra Board SSC and more than 14 lakh students participate in the Maharashtra Board HSC.