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Maharashtra SSC 2019 Supplementary exam results published online

Are you searching for Secondary school certificate (SSC) 10th exam results 2019 from Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE)? If yes, please find its brief including, how to check Maha SSC exam results online, guideline and steps, official website and contact info etc.

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Pune, has announced the SSC / 10th supplementary examination results 2019 online on 30th August 2019 at 1PM. The exam was conducted last July 2019.

Maharashtra SSC 2019 Supplementary exam results online

Those candidates who had appeared for Maharashtra Secondary school certificate / SSC 2019 Supplementary examination in July 2019 can now check their results online from MSBSHSE official website. Are you one of them who are looking for the above subject exam results online? If yes, please find its steps and guideline below.

To view the result, MAHA Board instructed eligible candidates to keep ready their Valid 'Roll Number' and 'Mother's First Name' to get the result.

Please note, the above subject exam results can be obtained from online mode only and there is no other mode including for mark / score card. The candidates can follow the steps given below to view their result online.

How to check Maharashtra SSC / 10th Supplementary Exam Result online?

Step 1: Visit the official website at www.mahresult.nic.in

Step 2: Click on "SSC Examination Result July 2019" link under the Latest Announcement.

Step 3: It will take you another page or http://www.mahresult.nic.in/sscjul2019/sscjul2019.htm

Step 4: Enter valid Roll Number in appropriate field.

Step 5: Enter Mother's First name in the next field.

Step 6: Click on 'View Result' button to see the result.

Step 7: Save or Print or Download the result for future reference.

Maha 10th SSC 2019 Supplementary exam results announcement online

Important dates of Maha SSC / 10th Supplementary Exam:
  • Date of last exam: Mar / Apr 2019.
  • Date of last result: 8th June at 1 PM.
  • SSC Supply Exam Results published: 30th August 2019 at 1 PM.

Contacts of Maharashtra SSC / HSC Board:
Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE),
Bhamburda, Shivajinagar, Pune, PIN-411 004,
Maharashtra, India.
Phone: 020-25705301.

You can also see the re-evaluation, rechecking and supplementary exam or result announcement or update from the above given official website itself. Keep visiting the site for the latest update and announcement as such.

Also, you can see the SSC and HSC old results at http://www.mahresult.nic.in/ itself at the bottom of the page. The website may remove them when they announce the next academic year result.

Feel free to add your query on the above subject in the below comment box to reply you once we reach here.

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