The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) announced the results of the first-ever aptitude test for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) students on Monday. However, initially students were unable to view the results online as the website crashed owing to heavy traffic.
More than 15, 47,253 students from across the state had taken the online aptitude test conducted in February. The results of the test were declared on the Institute of Vocational Guidance and Selection (IVGS) website at 1 pm but students complained that they are having trouble logging onto the website.
“I have been trying to access my results since 1pm but I am getting an error message on the site,” said Varada Risbud, an SSC student from Thane who had taken the exam. “Once it showed that the server was down, on refreshing the page further it asked me to enter my seat number but the site crashed again after that.
However, the Maharashtra state board authorities said they had not received any complaints from students so far. “We have received more than 25,000 hits on the IVGS website since the results were announced,” said Gangadhar Mhamane, chairperson of the state board.
Mhamane added that the website could have slowed down as too many students were logging in at the same time. “We advise students to try checking the results after a few hours, right now, the website could be experiencing problems because of heavy traffic,” he said.
Students will also receive a full copy of the test results along with their SSC mark sheets in June. A counselling helpline-8275100001-will get activated from May 3 onwards, where students can call for any further queries or guidance based on the results.
For information on colleges, courses, scholarships, admission process and entrance tests students can log on to www.mahacareermitra.in
How to check your results:
Go to the website of institute of vocational guidance and selection.
You can directly check your results by clicking here and logging in with your seat number. Your result will be displayed.