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MSBSHSE 10th Result 2018: Maharashtra Board Class 10th result will announce first week of June.


MSBSHSE 10th Result 2018: The Maharashtra State board of Secondary and higher Secondary Education will declare the result of Maharashtra SSC Class 10 in the first week of June. The board will publish the Maharashtra SSC Class 10th result 2018 on the official website. The candidates who were appeared on the examination will check their progress report on their official website www.mahresult.nic.in. Result will also available on these websites as well examresults.net, maharashtra results.nic.in, or results.maharashtraeducation.com.

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education MSBSHSE conducted the Maharashtra State Board SCC Class 10 exam 2018 from March 1 and March 24. The board has also taken extra caution amid the HSC paper leak news on the social media. The board has announced that all the students who arrive even a minute late to the examination hall will not be allowed to sit for the board examination. Earlier, the board used to provide a 30-minute grace period to the students to enter the exam hall once the exam has begun.

Steps to check out the MSBSHSE 10th Result 2018

  • Click on official website Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher                    Secondary Education www.mahresult.nic.in
  • Click on the link which says ‘SSC Results 2018’ ‘MSBSHSE’ Maharashtra SSC Class        10 result 2018
  • Fill up the recommended details
  • Click on Submit button
  • Click on the result and download, take a print out

MSBSHSE Class 10th result 2017

In 2017 17,66,098 candidates were appeared in the MSBSHSE class 10th examinations. Among them 9,89,908 boys and 7,76,190 girls. Last year the exams were held at 4,728 centres across the state and the students needed to score at least 35 per cent in each subject to clear the Class 10 Maharashtra Board Exams. The overall pass percentage is 88.74 per cent. This year, girls have outshone boys by scoring 91.46 per cent, while boys stood at 86.51 per cent.