Students after their 10th SSC Result were declared online at Vashi in Navi Mumbai, India, on Wednesday, July 29, 2020.
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Maharashtra SSC 10. Results 2020: The Maharashtra State Board for Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) announced the results of the Maharashtra SSC or Class 10 Board exam on its official website on Wednesday. A total of 93.32% of the students passed the exam.

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This year girls outwitted boys with a passport percentage of 96.99%, while the passport percentage of boys was 93.90%.

The highest percentage of exams recorded was in the Konkan region, where 98.77% of students passed the exam, while the lowest percentage passed exams was in the Aurangabad region, where 92% of students passed the exam.

Also read: Maharashtra SSC results 2020: Results of the MSBSHE board class 10 at mahresults.nic.in

A total of 5,39,373 students secured the first division with earnings. A total of 5.50,809 students have the first department, 3.30,588 students have the second department and 80,334 have the third department.

Also Read: Maharashtra SSC Results 2020: How to Check the Results of the 10th MSBSHSE Class Online

Grade 10 students who have taken the Grade 10 Maharashtra exams can review their results online at mahresults.nic.in.

Read also: Maharashtra SSC 10. Results explained in 2020, here is the direct link to check the results of MSBSHE class 10

Alternatively, students can review their MSBSHE SSC results on the following websites:

Maharashtraeducation.com, examresults.net/maharashtra, mahresult.nic.in

Direct link to review the 10th results of the Maharashtra SSC 2020.

How to check Maharashtra SSC 10. 2020 results on the official website:

1) Visit the official website mahresult.nic.in.

2) Click on the “SSC Examination Result 2020” link on the homepage.

3) Enter your login information and log in

4) The result is displayed on the screen

5) Print out your results for future reference.

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Maharashtra SSC results 2020 announced on mahresult.nic.in

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