SSC Result 2020 Maharashtra DECLARED LIVE Updates: At least 17 lakh students appeared for the SSC or Class 10 exams this year.

SSC Result 2020 Maharashtra DECLARED LATEST Updates: At least 17 lakh students appeared for the SSC or Class 10 exams this year.

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary education is likely to release the results of Class 10 exams today (Wednesday, 29 July) at 11 am at a press conference, media reports said.

MSBSHSE will declare the result online at or at 1 pm.

The result this year got delayed by two months due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Earlier, the SSC result was expected to be released by mid-June but the paper evaluation process came to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has delayed the declaration of 2020 SSC board result.

The Indian Express quoted a board official as saying that the education department had earlier planned to allow teachers to carry the answer sheets home for evaluation. However, they could not facilitate means to send the answer scripts to examiners, hence, the work got delayed.

This year, over 17 lakh students have given the papers and eagerly await their results.

How to check Maharashtra Board Class 10 result

To check Maharashtra board SSC or Class 10 exam results, students need to visit the official website at

Steps to check SSC Result 2020 Maharashtra:

Step 1: Visit the official website

Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link that reads, ‘SSC Examination Result 2020’

Step 3: Enter your credentials and login

Step 4: The result will appear on the display screen

Step 5: Download the Maharashtra SSC result 2020 and take a print out of your scores for future reference.

Last year, Maharashtra Board SSC exam result was announced on 8 June. The overall pass percentage in 2019 was 77.10 percent with 16,18,602 students appearing for the exam.

Passing Criteria:

To clear the SSC examinations, a student needs to secure at least 35 percent marks in each subject. After the result is announced, the qualifying students will be issued with an original mark sheet, which can be collected by the students from their respective schools.

However, this year students may receive digital marksheets due to the physical distancing norms in place as a precautionary step to arrest the fast spread of the coronavirus infection.

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