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SSC Result 2014: Check SSC Results (www.mahresult.nic.in) to get a copy of your result

Jun 17, 2014 11:10 IST

    Maharashtra SSC Result 2014: The wait is over for more than 16 lakh students as the results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Exam, which was held in March will be declared today i.e. June 17 at 1 pm on the official website of the Board www.mahresult.nic.in

    Maharashtra SSC results will be declared at 1pm. But students will have to wait a bit longer for their original mark sheets as those will be distributed across schools at 3pm on June 26. Students will be able to check their results online at www.maharesult.nic.in. To get the Maharashta SSC result 2014 through SMS, BSNL users can send MHSSC (seat number) to 57766. By sending a photocopy of the original marksheet along with other documents, students can apply for re-evaluation between June 26 and July 5 at their respective divisional boards.

    The online results basically allow students to print a copy of the marksheet and start the admission process. The original marksheet, that students have to submit for completing the admission process, comes within a week.

    MSBSHSE SSC exams were conducted in two shifts i.e. from 11 am to 2 pm and from 3 pm to 6 m. The Maharashtra Board conducts examinations twice in a year. Lakhs of candidates from across 20,507 schools appeared for the exams, this year.

    The MH SSC exams took place at 3,812 centres in nine districts namely, Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Kolhapur, Amaravati, Nasik, Latur and Konkan in the state of Maharashtra.

    Last year, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education that conducts the examination had announced the results on June 7. However, the results were delayed this year and had caused worry among the students.

    Krishnakumar Patil, secretary of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education said that the tasks of processing the result is very big as there are over 16 lakh students who had appeared for the exam. He said that five to six experienced employees had retired from the board and the present team is young, and therefore, taking time in preparing the results as there should not be any errors in them.

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