SSC Result Date 2016 Announced – Maharashtra Board SSC Result

Maharashtra Board is one of the most reputed boards of the country and many students enroll under this board. About 15 lakhs students had registered themselves under this board last year and there is constant rise in the number over years.  The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher education will soon declare its result on its official site – mahresult.nic.in. All the students who had enrolled themselves for exam this year can check their results easily. Keep your fingers crossed while checking your result.

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The SSC exams had begun on 29 March and it ended in April. The exam timing was from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  for first group and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. for second group. All the students must have studied to achieve higher grades in their exams. Just like last year, this year also the results will be declared on first week of June. On declaration of result, you can check them easily. The official website would be down on the day of result, yet you can access your result here by entering your details like date of birth and roll number to download your mark sheet.

Here are the steps that you should follow to check your results online:

  • Visit the official website of Maharashtra Board i.e. www.mahresult.nic.in
  • Check if the SSC result has been declared or not and ensure that you update your status here.
  • Click on the result link.
  • Enter your personal details like hall ticket no and date of birth on the next page.
  • Press on the submit button.
  • Now your result page will get open for you.
  • Take out a printout of your results.

Keep checking the official website of Maharashtra board to stay updated.  We will update the results on our site as and when it is available in the official site. Make sure that you check the procedures for viewing your results. In case, you are having any difficulty in accessing your results online, let us know and we will surly help you out. All the best!

Suumit Shah

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