Maharashtra SSC Supplementary 2019 Results likely to be declared today, get details here

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 28 August 2019, 12:25 PM
Maharashtra SSC Supplementary 2019 Results likely to be declared today. (File Photo)
Maharashtra SSC Supplementary 2019 Results likely to be declared today. (File Photo)
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    • Maharashtra SSC Supplementary Results 2019 likely to be declared today.
    • Visit the official website of MSBSHSE, i.e. mahresult.nic.in to check the result
    • Download and take a printout of the SSC Supplementary Result for future reference

The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is likely to declare the Maharashtra SSC class 10th supplementary exam result 2019 on August 28. According to the media reports, the SSC Class 10th result is expected to be declared today around 3:00 PM. Candidates who appeared for the SSC supplementary exam need to visit the official website, i.e. mahresult.ac.in to check the result. The link of the result on the website will be activated online the result is declared online. Earlier to this, the Maharashtra board released the HSC class 12th supplementary result on August 23, 2019.

In order to check the SSC Supplementary result, candidates need to enter their roll number and mother’s first name in the result link on the home page of the official website. Candidates can further follow the below mentioned steps to check the result:

  • First, visit the official website of MSBSHSE, i.e. mahresult.nic.in
  • Then, click on the SSC class 10th supplementary result link
  • Candidates then need to fill the required credentials, i.e. their roll number and mother’s name
  • Download the SSC supplementary result and take a printout for future reference

The Maharashtra SSC Supplementary Exam 2019 result will comprise details such as the Name of the candidate along-with his roll number and exam name, marks obtained and subjects. In addition, candidates should check all the details mentioned in the scorecard and report to the board in case of any discrepancy.

First Published: Wednesday, August 28, 2019 12:25 PM
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