MSBSHSE Class 10 SSC 2016 results to declare at 1PM today at

Maharashtra Class 10th result

For all the anxious students, this will finally come as a relief as Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education has announced that the class 10, i.e., MSBSHSE SSC Result 2016 will be declared at 1 PM today. The result will be available on the official website of MSBSHSE, along with two other websites –, and

According to reports, Shri Vinod Tawde, Maharashtra Minister of School Education and Maharashtra Board Chairman G.K Mhamane will be declaring the result at the Pune office of the Board through a small declaration ceremony. This year, the exam were held from 1st March 2016 till 29th March 2016 at a total of 4,535 exam centers.

Here are the following steps for all the students to access their result online:-

  1. Go to the official website of MSBSHSE SSC Result, 2016
  2. Enter the roll number, birthdate, and the relevant information, and click on the submit button
  3. Your Class 10 results will appear on the screen
  4. Download the copy or take out a printout for future admissions

This year more than 17.27 lakh students appeared from Maharashtra, out of which 9, 55,186 were male candidates, and 7,72,310 were female candidates. Whereas from Mumbai, a total of 3.74 lakh students took the exam.

The students can collect their mark sheet from their respective schools on June 15. Also for students who are not satisfied with their result can submit a photocopy of the answer sheet for re-evaluation. The re-exams will be conducted in the month of July.

Also, it is advisable to students to keep a photocopy of their mark sheet for further admission process. Till the original certificate is not issued as for further admission process.

The MSBSHSE has paid extra heed to the anxiety faced by students while appearing for the exam. The Board split science subject into two sections, and students were given the privilege of adult writers if younger writers were not available for exams. Other than that they were also given ten extra minutes to read the question paper before start writing the exam.

Nitin Agarwal
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