Maharashtra HSC, SSC Result 2020 (Maharashtra Board 10th Result 2020) – Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education MSBSHSE 10th result will be declared on July 29 at at 1 pm.

Maharashtra Board 10th Result 2020

Maharashtra Board Result 2020: The wait is about to end. Today more than 17 lakh students appearing for Maharashtra Board’s class 10th examination will get their results. Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) will release Maharashtra SSC Results 2020 on July 29 at 1 pm. Students will be able to check their results online at

The evaluation process of the marksheet has been delayed due to coronavirus epidemic conditions.

Maharashtra SSC Board Result 2020

Of the 17 lakh students who took the Maharashtra SSC exam, 3.91 lakh were from the Mumbai division alone. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, MSBSHE had to cancel the final geography paper, which was to be held on 23 March

A total of 18 lakh students appeared for the examination to be held in the month of March, in which about 77.10% of the students appeared. Apart from this, the passing percentage of female students was recorded at 88.82%. The 2019 exam result was declared on 8 June 2019.

Earlier, the Maharashtra Board of Education had decided to cancel the pending SSC and HSC exams as it was impossible for the state to conduct the remaining exams amid the epidemic situation. Students will be evaluated on the basis of examinations already conducted by the board.

To check Maharashtra Board Result 2020, candidates need to follow the below steps:

First go to the official website
Then, click on the Maharashtra SSC Result 2020 link
Enter the required credentials after clicking on the link
Download Maharashtra Board Result 2020 and take a printout for future
The examination result will contain details such as the candidate’s name, roll number and subject name. Candidates are advised to regularly check the official website to know all the latest updates and news about Maharashtra Result 2020.


Students who are not satisfied with their marks and wish to apply for revaluation can apply online on the board portal from July 30, 2020.

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