Maharashtra Board Supply Results 2019 Soon: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education, Pune is expected to declare the Maharashtra SSC, HSC 2019 supplementary results online soon. Those candidates who have appeared for the examination can visit the website of the board for updates on the results. Reports had earlier surfaced that the results of the Maharashtra SSC, HSC supplementary examination 2019 will be declared by August 24, 2019. The Maharashtra SSC, HSC Supplementary results 2019 will be declared on maharesults.nic.in. Candidates will also be provided with the link to check the supplementary results of Maharashtra SSC, HSC below after the release of the results.
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The Board 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. Now, with both the exams over, the examination division has started the process of preparing the results and they will declare the results soon.
According to trends of past years, typically MSBSHSE releases the Supplementary Exam Results in the second or third week of August 2019. In 2018, Maharashtra HSC July Results were declared on August 24 while the Maharashtra SSC July results were declared on August 28. Going by this trend, students can expect their results to be announced between 20th to 25th August 2019. However, so far, Maharashtra Board has not notified any exact date for the declaration of Supplementary Results and therefore, candidates are advised to keep checking this page for the latest update.
Earlier on, 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 with flying colours. Similarly, for Class 10, Maharashtra Board announced the SSC results as well in which 77.10% students passed.