Mumbai: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) is set to declare online the results of the SSC (Class 10 or Class X) Supplementary Exams held in July 2017 on its official website by the end of this week.
Students should note that the Maharashtra board has in itself not officially declared any date to announce SSC (Class 10 or Class X) Supplementary Exam result. However keeping in mind its last year's record it is expected that the SSC (Class 10 or Class X) Supplementary Exam results will be announced by the end of this week or in the first week of August.
To check the results, the students need to click to the page: www.mahresult.nic.in. This will take the candidate to the MSBSHSE result page. Once on this page, follow the steps as given below to get your results.
- Click on the link marked with SSC Examination Result July 2017
- Enter your Exam Seat No/Roll No. as mentioned in your admit card
- Write your mother's first name in the space/box provided
- Click on 'View Result' button.
- The results should appear on your mobile or computer screen.
- Take a printout for future reference
Besides the official website, the the board is also providing the results via SMS. The results are also available on MKCL website also.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) was earlier conducting the Supplementary or Repeaters Exam in the month of October. In a significant decision however the present government rescheduled them to October to save what it called one year of the students who failed in the regular exams.
The board runs the SSC and HSC exams through its nine Divisional Boards, which are primarily located at Pune, Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Latur, Nagpur, Amravati and Ratnagiri. The office of the board at present is in Pune.
The results of HSC Supplementary Exams were declared on August 21, 2017.
The results of Regular SSC exam were declared on June 13, 2017 whereas the results of Regular HSC exam were announced on May 30, 2017.