Mumbai: After announcing the results for Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC), today Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHSE) will declare SSC or class 10 examination will get their result today. The result will be announced at 1 pm, following which it will be available at the websites —, and

The board exam which was scheduled to be concluded on April 1, was postponed due to COVID-19 pandemic. The pending papers on geography and vocational subjects were later cancelled following heavy criticism. For the subject, students will be evaluated on the basis of the average score.

The SSC results were usually announced in either May or June, but this time it was delayed, as the evaluation process was affected due to COVID-19 pandemic.

A total of 17,65,898 candidates have registered for the Secondary School Certificate examinations starting today in Maharashtra. Of these, 2,85,642 students are from the Pune division which includes Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad, Ahmednagar, and Dolour.

To pass the Maharashtra SSC exam, students need to score an aggregate score of 35% with at least 20% marks in the theory of every subject.

The result is being declared without holding all exams. The students will get marks based on 'average' for the pending exam.

Last year, the pass percent was recorded at 77.10%, the lowest in 10 years. A total of 89.41% students cleared the exam in 2018.

Once the result is announced, those who have passed the exam will be issued with an original mark sheet and it can be collected by the students from their respective schools.

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