Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 releasing tomorrow at 1 pm on list of websites here

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, MSBSHSE will declare SSC Result 2021 tomorrow. The state board will announce the result at 11 pm tomorrow in a press conference. Once released, students can check the result on the official websites- or

State Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad confirmed the Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 date and time through her official Twitter account. Students must note that Maharashtra SSC Result is scheduled to release on the official websites of the board at 1 pm.

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The result will also be available on other websites including private websites like and more. Students will need their login credentials to download their result. The list of websites to check Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 is provided below. In case, the websites mentioned above fails to load then students can check any of the following websites to download their result.

Maharashtra SSC Result 2021: List of Websites

The direct link to check result will also be provided on this website. This year, a total of 16,58,624 have registered for Maharashtra SSC examination. The board exams for SSLC students were cancelled this year in view of the rising cases of coronavirus. Students will be assessed on the basis of the evaluation criteria released by the board.

The result will be calculated on the basis of marks obtained by students in Class 9 exams and internal assessment of Class 10. According to the evaluation criteria, 50 marks will depend on the performance of students in Class 9, 30 marks on internal assessment of Class 10 and the rest 10-20 marks will be evaluated on the basis of practical, homework or assignments.

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Last year, Maharashtra Board SSLC Result was declared on July 29. A total of 95.30 per cent students qualified the examination. The pass percentage of girls was recorded at 96.99 per cent, whereas for boys it was 93.9 per cent. For more exam related details, students can visit the official website of the Maharashtra board.

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