The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) announced the Maharashtra SSC Result 2018 on Friday on its official website mahresult.nic.in.
According to the MSBSHSE, girls outperformed boys in the Maharashtra SSC exam with 91.17 per cent girls clearing the exam as compared to 87.27 percent boys.
The Konkan region registered the highest pass percentage at 96 percent, while Nagpur registered the lowest with 85 percent students clearing the exam. Pune outperformed Mumbai by securing a pass percentage of 92.08 percent as against Mumbai’s 90.41 percent.
A total of 16,36,250 students had registered for the exams across nine divisions in the state. The pass percentage this year is 89.41% with almost 14 lakh students passing the examination. Over 17,85,000 students this year – 9,73,000 boys 7,78,000 girls – had appeared for the SSC exam.
There has been an increase of 0.67 percent in pass percentage as compared to 2017 (88.74 percent). In 2016, the pass percentage was 89.56 percent, while it was 91.46 percent in 2015.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education had successfully organised the Maharashtra State Board SCC Class 10 exam from March 1 and March 24.
Here is how to check the Maharashtra SSC Result 2018:
Step 1: Click on official website Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education MSBSHSE on mahresult.nic.in
Step 2: Search for the link “SSC Results 2018” “MSBSHSE Maharashtra SSC Class 10 Result 2018
Step 3: Click on the link which says Maharashtra Board Result 2018, Maharashtra Board Class 10th Result 2018, SSC Result 2018 for Maharashtra
Step 4: Enter your roll number
Step 5: Download your Maharashtra SSC result 2018, Maharashtra Class 10 Result 2018for future reference
According to the MSBSHSE, over 17,66, 098 Maharashtra students last year had registered for the SSC 2017 exams, out of which 16,89,239 appeared for the exams for the first time while the rest were repeated candidates. In all, 4,728 exam centres were there in 2017 for the 9,89,908 girls and 7,76,190 boys who appeared for their SSC exams 2017.