The SSC students of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education will be able to check their results soon on Mahrashtra SSC Results official website. There is no confirm date announced by the Maharashtra Board yet but most probably result will be announced after the second week of June 2014. SSC exams 2014 were held in the month of March from March 3 to March 27. The papers were conducted in two shifts: day and evening shift. The first shift started at 11:00 AM and went on till 02:00 PM while the second shift was from 03:00 PM to 06:00 PM.
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The Maharashtra SSC students can check their result on the official web portal of the state board when it is announced by the Board. They should keep their admit cards handy while checking their Class 10th (SSC) result 2014. They can directly go to the URL: http://www.mahresult.nic.in/ and check the latest notification box to see the link for Maharashtra Board SSC result 2014.
You may also get alerts on SSC result 2014 on jagranjosh.com by registering yourself on the education website. We have dedicated a separate page to Maharashtra State Board SSC result 2014 on which you will require to enter your board roll number, name and some other details to get SSC result 2014 updates online to get on your mail and mobile.
The dedicated page for Maharashtra SSC result 2014 can be found on this link: https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-maharashtra-ssc-10th-39750.
The state board had made a language compulsory for the SSC students. Even the examinations started with a language paper. The students had a choice among Marathi (code: 01), Hindi (code:02) , Urdu (code:04), Gujarati (code:05), Kannada (code:06), Tamil (code:07), Telugu (code:08), Malayalam (code:09), Sindhi (code:10), Bengali(code:11), Punjabi (code:12).
The students having a second language also appeared on the same day for the paper but in the second shift.
All the teachers and students of the Maharashtra board have been expecting a good result this year in all nine districts: Konkan, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Pune, Nashik, Aurangabad, Amravati, Nagpur, and Lathur. In 2013 SSC Maharashtra exams, Konkan had the highest percentage followed by Kolhapur and Mumbai.
All the students must keep a few points in mind while checking their results. They shouldn't panic or worry and must hope for the best. Moreover, ensure to take out a printed copy of your online score card and save it until the board doesn't issue your SSC original mark sheet and passing certificate.