MAH SSC Result 2023
RESULT DATE: May 2023
MSBSHSE SSC Results 2023
TO BE ANNOUNCED IN MAY 2023
TO BE ANNOUNCED IN MAY 2023
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Maharashtra Board SSC Result Date 2023In 2022, the MAH SSC Result was announced on June 17 at 1 pm and a 96.94 overall pass percentage was recorded. The Konkan Division had the highest pass percentage of 99.27 for regular students. Nashik stood last with a 95.05 pass percentage, while for Mumbai, the pass percentage was 96.98. The result of 24 subjects was 100%. Interestingly, over 12,000 schools recorded 100% results last year. This year, with the SSC Exams 2023 concluding by March 2023, the MSBSHSE 10th Result 2023 is likely to come out by the last week of May 2023.
MAH SSC Exam Time Table 2023The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has announced that the Secondary School Certificate (SSC - Class X) Examinations 2023 have been conducted between March 02-25, 2023 in the pen & paper mode. MSBSHSE has released the Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2023 on its official website and the same is also available on this page. However, the board has also mentioned that they may revise the MAH 10th Board Time Table 2023 in case objections are raised for the given dates. The Maharashtra SSC Time Table 2023 mentions all the exam dates and timings for the SSC exams. CLICK HERE FOR THE DETAILED MAHARASHTRA SSC EXAMS TIME TABLE 2023.
Maharashtra SSC Exam Syllabus 2023MSBSHSE announced conducting the Maharashtra SSC Exams 2023 based on the entire syllabus. A Maharashtra Board official has informed, “The March 2023 Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations of the Maharashtra State Board will be based on the entire syllabus and students will have to appear for the exams at the allotted centres.” Last year, the Board had reduced the syllabus of Maharashtra SSC Exams by 25 percent. MSBSHSE has made the updated syllabus available on their official website, for subjects like Mathematics, Science, English and others.
MAH SSC Admit Cards 2023MSBSHSE released the Maharashtra SSC Exams Admit Card 2023 online by February 2023, since the exams were to commence in March 2023. The board issues a link on their official website, from where the schools and private students can download the Admit Card. Regular students need to collect their Admit Cards from their respective schools. It is compulsory for all students to carry the MAH SSC Admit Card 2023 on all exam days, otherwise they will not be allowed to write the exam.
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Steps to check your MAH SSC Result 2023Step 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 2023 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 2023 & Marksheet 2023 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 2023 as your original marksheet will be issued by the Board later.
MSBSHSE SSC Results 2023 - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
When will the SSC Exams 2023 of MSBSHSE be conducted?
MSBSHSE Secondary School Certificate (SSC - Class X) Exams 2023 have been held from March 02, 2023 till March 25, 2023.
From where can I download my Maharashtra Board Class 10th Admit Card 2023?
All affiliated schools with MSBSHSE can visit the Board Website at www.mahahsscboard.in. Click on the ADMIT CARDS 2023 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 2023?
MSBSHSE Pune is expected to announce its SSC (Class 10) Results 2023 in May 2023.
Does MSBSHSE fail a student in SSC Exams 2023?
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.