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Maharashtra SSC result 2018: How to check online results at 1PM today

Maharashtra SSC result 2018 to be declared at 1:00PM.

  • Published: June 8, 2018 10:00 AM IST
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Maharashtra SSC result for 2018 will be announced by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) today. According to ANI, the results will be announced at 1PM today, which is a week early compared to last year.

MSBSHSE conducted the SSC Class 10 exam between March 1 and March 24, 2018. The SSC results will be announced on the official website of MSBSHSE revealed that more than 17 lakh students registered for the SSC examination, and more than 16 lakh students appeared for the exam. The pass percentage for last year was 88.77 in 2017 and this year, it might be even higher.

In order to check your result, candidates who have appeared for SSC should first head to the official website, and then click on the link for SSC result 2018. In order to see your marksheet, students must enter their roll number, and mother’s first name. Once the result is displayed on the website, candidates can download, and print the Maharashtra SSC result 2018 for future reference.

Students must keep in mind that the MSBSHSE’s website can slow down significantly soon after the results are declared. It is highly suggested that students wait before logging into the results website. There are also alternate ways to get your result including other result websites like,, or

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All the Class 10 students can also receive their results via SMS through mobile operators including Idea Cellular, Vodafone, Reliance Jio, Tata, and BSNL. Students can get their result by sending their seat number to 57766 or 58888111. Once you have downloaded the online mark sheet, students should immediately check the entries made in the result. It is important to note that the Class 10 pass certificate is used as an official proof for date of birth in the country.

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  • Published Date: June 8, 2018 10:00 AM IST