The Maharashtra SSC board is all set to declare class 10 results
today in the afternoon at 01:00. The results will be online
exactly at the scheduled time and students can have access to
their scorecards by entering their exam seat numbers in the space
provided for the purpose.
"The results of the eight boards
across the state namely Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur,
Amravati, Nashik and Latur would be declared on 13th June at
around 1 pm", the Maharashtra state board said in a statement.
Nearly 3.7 lakh students from the
city and 17 lakh students from the state appeared for the SSC
exams that was held in February/March 2012.
Like previous years, the board will
be declaring results online on various of its own website as well
as on the private portals like rediff.com. The reason to make
online the results on more than one websites is to control the
load generated due to heavy rush of students wanted to see the
results. Some of the websites where the results will be available
http://mahresult.nic.in, http://msbshse.ac.in, http://www.mh-ssc.ac.in
Though the results would be declared
today the mark sheets to the students would be given only on June
21. The students however can take printouts of their online
results and use them for admission process.
"The online marksheet can be used
for admission to junior colleges, first-year polytechnics and
industrial training institutes. Bi-focal admissions will take
place after the online admission procedure is completed", a board
The board official hope that the
admissions would be done swifter this year as the bifocal subject
admission will be conducted after the online process is over,
thereby saving nearly 20 days.
Moreover, the students will not have
to wait for 10 days before applying for online admissions this
year. They have been allowed to submit their option forms on the
basis of their marks declared online.
A senior education official said, “This time we are completing the
admission process within a month, while earlier it would take
nearly two months. This will help in colleges starting their new
academic year on time.”
Students can also get a photocopy of
their answer sheets through the Right to Information Act by paying
Rs400 per copy. Students can apply for these till June 28. For
result verification, students can apply till July 2.
This will be the last year when
students can be awarded 25 extra marks for participating in sports
as the scheme will be discontinued from the next academic year.