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Home / Education / Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 declared, here’s direct link to check

Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 declared, here’s direct link to check

Maharashtra SSC Result 2018: Maharashtra Board Class 10 result 2018 was declared on June 8.

education Updated: Jun 08, 2018 13:36 IST
Shreya Bhandary and Parth Welankar
Shreya Bhandary and Parth Welankar
Hindustan Times, Mumbai
Maharashtra SSC Result 2018: The result will be available on the Board’s official website, mahresults.nic.in, at 1pm.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2018: The result will be available on the Board’s official website, mahresults.nic.in, at 1pm.(File photo)

The Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) announced the Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 or Class 10 board examination result on Friday. The Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 will be available on the Board’s official website, mahresults.nic.in, at 1pm.

Students can also check their results on www.mahresult.nic.in, www.sscresult.mkcl.org or www.maharashtraeducation.com.

Here is the direct link to check.

Hindustantimes

The pass percentage this year was 89.41%. A total of 14,56,203 students passed, out of 16,28,613 students who appeared for the test in March 2018. Konkan secured the first position with a pass percentage of 96% while Nagpur came last with 85.97%. Pune scored a pass percentage of 92.08%, while in Mumbai, 90.41% students passed.

Girls performed better than boys with 91.97% girls clearing the exam as compared to 87.27% boys. Of the 7,42,507 girls who took the exam, 6,82,864 passed. A total of 8,86,106 boys sat for the exam and 7,73,339 cleared it.

A total of 16,36,250 students had registered for the exams across nine divisions in the state.

The state board recruited more people into their flying squads to conduct daily surprise checks at the exam centres to curb any form of malpractices during the HSC and SSC exams. Despite that, eight separate incidents of paper leak were reported. The board, however, maintained that paper leak was in control and refused to hold re-examination for any of the papers.

MSBSHSE announced the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), or Class 12 board examination, result on May 30. The pass percentage this year was 88.41%. Of the 14,16,986 students who appeared for the exam, 12, 52,817 students passed.

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