Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 Out @mahresults.nic.in; Check Using Seat Number

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the results of class 10th, 2021 on an internal assessment basis. The results are accessible from the official website.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Jul 16, 2021 16:08 IST
Maharashtra SSC Result 2021 Out @mahresults.nic.in; Check Using Seat Number
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Maharashtra Board MSBSHSE has declared the results of Maharashtra SSC exams 2021 on its official websites mahresult.nic.in. All the students who have registered can check their results using seat number and mother name.

The results of approximately 17 lakh students have been declared this afternoon. The results are prepared to the Covid-19 pandemic, the students are evaluated on the basis of internal assessment of class 9 and 10 marks. According to the criteria adopted by the board, 50 percent weightage is given to both classes 9 and 10. In order to check the Maharashtra SSC result 2021, students need to click on the relevant link. Then, need to enter their seat number, mother’s name. 

Students can check their Maharashtra SSC scorecard from websites like- sscresult.mkcl.org and maharashtraeducation.com. MSBSHSE will declare the results in the afternoon at 1 pm, so students are advised to keep a check and early visit these sites before any technical halt or rush is observed.

To Check Maharashtra SSC Result 2021: Step to follow

Step 1: Visit the website of the Maharashtra state result portal at mahresults.nic.in

Step 2: Then, click on the SSC Result 2021 link 

Step 3: Enter your seat number. In case a student does not have it can be generated online

Step 4: To get seat number online enter details including district name, taluka name, student name etc and click search

Step 5: Enter your mother's name.

Step 6:  Click on the button 'view result', the score card will be available to download.

Maharashtra SSC examinations were initially to be conducted in April 2021 but were postponed due to the unprecedented surge in the COVID-19 cases across the state. Thereafter, the state board decided to reduce the syllabus by 25 percent to overcome the burden on students. Finally, in April the same examinations were canceled citing the health risk.

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