MAH SSC Result 2021
RESULT DATE: July 16, 2021 at 1 PM
MSBSHSE SSC (Class 10) Results 2021
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Latest News on Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2021July 16, 2021: The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has announced the assessment methodology for the declaration of the MAH SSC Result 2021, the exams of which were cancelled due to the grim COVID-19 Pandemic situation in the state. For the declaration of Maharashtra SSC Results 2021, 50 percent marks will be awarded based on the students Class 9 results and the remaining 50 percent based on Internal Assessment of Class 10. Of the 50 percent marks from Class 10, 30 marks will be awarded based on Internal Marks based on year-long performance of a student and the remaining 20 marks will be given on the basis of Home Work / Orals / Practical Based Evaluation.
Students who are not happy with their announced results, will be given a chance to sit for SSC Improvement Exams 2021 which will be conducted after the situation normalizes. The MAH SSC Result 2021 has been announced on 16th July 2021 at 1 PM. In 2020, the Maharashtra Board SSC Result was announced on July 29 at 1 PM. All the latest updates on Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2021 are available here.
Latest Information on MAH SSC Exams 2021Varsha Gaikwad, Minister of School Education in Maharashtra, had earlier announced that the Maharashtra SSC Exams 2021 have been cancelled. The Minister had earlier announced postponement of the exams and that the SSC Exams will be held in June 2021. The present COVID-19 situation in Maharashtra has forced the State Government to finally cancel the SSC exams altogether keeping in the mind the health & safety of students & teachers. "The decision is the outcome of consultations with various stakeholders-students, teachers, parents, elected representatives from across parties, academicians & tech giants - in the wake of rising coronavirus cases", she added.
MSBSHSE had earlier announced that the Secondary School Certificate (SSC - Class X) Examinations 2021 will be conducted from April 29, 2021 to May 20, 2021. The Board had informed that it shall conduct the SSC Exams 2021 with strict compliance to the COVID-19 guidelines set by the Government.
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Steps to check your MAH SSC Result 2021Step 1: Firstly, go to the Maharashtra Board (Pune) Official Website i.e. www.mahahsscboard.in / www.mahresult.nic.in or alternatively visit https://www.results.shiksha/maharashtra/ssc.htm.
Step 2: Keep your SSC Exam Admit Card 2021 handy. Enter your SSC Seat Number & your Mother's first name (XXX in case the Mother's Name is mentioned blank in your Admit Card) and click on the GET SSC RESULT button.
Step 3: You will get your detailed MAH SSC Result 2021 & Marksheet 2021 instantly along with details of your subject-wise (theory & practical) marks and your Final Result.
Step 4: Keep a printout of the Maharashtra 10th Results 2021 as your original marksheet will be issued by the Board later.
MSBSHSE SSC Results 2021 - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Are the SSC Exams 2021 of MSBSHSE cancelled?
MSBSHSE Secondary School Certificate (SSC - Class X) Exams 2021 have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Earlier the exam dates were 29th April to 20th May 2021.
From where can I download my Maharashtra Board Class 10th Admit Card 2021?
All affiliated schools with MSBSHSE can visit the Board Website at www.mahahsscboard.in. Click on the ADMIT CARDS 2021 link to proceed and enter the required School Details to get the Admit Cards of all their students.
What is the Maharashtra Class 10th Result Date 2021?
MSBSHSE Pune has announced its SSC (Class 10) Results 2021 on the basis of internal evaluation on 16th July 2021 at 1 PM.
Does MSBSHSE fail a student in SSC Exams 2021?
From 2020, the 20 Marks for Internal Exams in SSC Papers was brought back to ensure students score the required 35 percent marks overall to pass the exams. A student can still fail if he / she doesn't score 35 percent marks in a subject as well as overall.