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SSC aptitude test results for class 10 available online from 11 am onwards

SSC Results 2019: The objective of the MahaCareer Mitra portal is to help students from rural areas access the 19,000 institutes and around 80,000 educational options available to them in their district, according to their fields of interest.

education Updated: Mar 16, 2019 08:49 IST
Dheeraj Bengrut
Dheeraj Bengrut
Hindustan Times, Mumbai
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SSC Class 10 aptitude test results declared (Bachchan Kumar)

Class 10 students, currently appearing for board exams, will now receive results of their aptitude tests on the online web portal www.mahacareermitra.in

Students appearing for their Secondary School Certificate (SSC) exams can access the results of their aptitude test on March 16, 11 am onwards, by logging into the online portal with their SSC hall ticket number.

The hard-copy results of the same, will be available with their respective schools from March 22.

The state government launched this project entitled ‘Kal Chachani’ in 2016 to provide free and quality career guidance to SSC students. The test provided students with career options from five fields. The year it was launched, the test was taken by 15.47 lakh students from Satara district.

The objective of the MahaCareer Mitra portal is to help students from rural areas access the 19,000 institutes and around 80,000 educational options available to them in their district, according to their fields of interest. This year 16,13,609 students from 22,122 schools across the state appeared for the test.

The current revised seven field interest test, has been developed by Shyamchi Aai Foundation (SAF) in association with the department of psychology, Savitribai Phule Pune University.

Highlights of 2019 aptitude test

1. 16,13,609 SSC students from 22,122 schools in state gave test

2. 36 per cent of students picked ‘Fine Arts’ and ‘Uniformed services’ as their first preference.

3. 17 per cent students picked ‘Commerce’ stream as their second choice.

First Published: Mar 16, 2019 08:49 IST