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Maharashtra SSC result 2016 out on 6th June

The results for the most awaited Maharashtra SSC exams held in the month of March this year is informed to be finally out today on  June 6th ‘2016 at 1:00 pm. The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education results have been announced during the mid day stating the pass percentage for this year as 89.56 per cent. According to the information gained on the number of students appeared, around 17,27,496 registered students appeared for the exam this year;  9,55,186 among these are boys and 7,72,310 are girls.  Out of the total numbers of appeared students around 3.2 lakh students appeared from the Mumbai division itself. Smiles could be seen on the faces of the successful students with the declaration of the results with the pass percentage showing a great success rate.

There are several ways to check the Maharashtra SSC result 2016:-

  1. Students may visit the official Maharashtra SSC website
    Then click on the link <‘SSC result 2016’>
    Just by entering the details of- <student’s roll number> and <mother’s name> the results will be displayed on the screen.
    Check, download and take the print out of the concerned result.

  1. Along with the official Maharashtra SSC board website, the students can also check their results on the following websites as well:-
    http://www.mahresult.nic.in
    http://www.result.mkcl.org
    http://www.maharashtraeducation.com
    http://www.rediff.com/exams

  1. For checking the result through mobile phone, the students need to send an SMS to access their subject-wise marks according to the board by following these steps, but only for the BSNL users. One can receive their results by typing- mhssc < Seat No > and send it to 57766.

Further as per information coming from the State board secretary Mr.Krishnakumar Patil; it has been stated that the concerned mark sheets will be made available in the respective schools on June 15 at 3 pm. Students can collect their mark sheets from their respective schools by then. Prior to the declaration of the results the State Board had made an appeal to the students for not believing in any unconfirmed information regarding the declaration of the SSC results.

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