Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, MSBSHSE will announced the SSC and HSC Supplementary Exam Results 2019 in the latter half of August.
The MSBSHSE will announce the Maharashtra 10th Supply and 12th Supplementary Results online on the official board website. The board had organised the Supplementary Exam for HSC or Class 12 students from 17th July 2019 to 3rd August 2019, while SSC Supply Exam 2019 for Class 10 students was held from 17th July 2019 to 30th July 2019 respectively.
Based on the last few years, the supplementary results are declared by the board anywhere between 20 and 28 of August. Hence the results in all probability will be out in the last week of August. Although, there has been no official confirmation regarding the same. Therefore, all candidates are advised to keep checking the official website for the latest update.
Steps to Check Maharashtra HSC SSC Supplementary Results 2019
Please do note, the following steps will come into action once the results are officially declared. The steps are as follows
- Open the official board website mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in
- On the homepage, under Latest Notification click on ‘Maharashtra HSC/SSC Supplementary Result 2019’
- On the redirected page, enter your login credentials like roll number and the captcha code
- Now click on the Submit button and the results will appear on the screen in the PDF file format
- Download the file/results and take a hard copy of it for future reference
Also, a direct link to access the results will be activated post the declaration of the results.
In related news, the Maharashtra Board declared the HSC Result 2019 for annual March Exam on 28th May 2019. In the result, a total of 14, 21, 936 lakh students appeared for the examination out of which 85.88% students cleared the examination. As for Maharashtra SSC examination, about 12 lakh students had qualified the examination this year. The pass percentage was 77.10 per cent in 2019.
The Maharashtra SSC Board is an autonomous body established under the act of “Maharashtra Board of Secondary education” 1965, amended in 1977.The board conducts the SSC and HSC examinations. It is the most popular education board in terms of enrolment in high school in India after the CBSE. Maharashtra Board SSC has been ranked 4th in the ‘Futuristic Education Boards in India’ among more than 35 educational boards in the country. The board is also responsible for conduction of examinations, for providing syllabus and maintenance of affiliated schools. The board conducts examination twice a year and around 17 lakhs of students appear for SSC examination each year.