Maharashtra SSC Result 2021: As per the updates, the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) has declared the Maharashtra board SSC result 2021 on 16th July in online mode. However, due to the technical glitches, the official website - result.mh-ssc.ac.in was not working. Meanwhile, the Education Minister of Maharashtra, Varsha Gaikwad wrote a Tweet apologizing to the students and other stakeholders for the trouble caused.
The links to check results were available, however, it took so much time to load that only a handful of students could access the result. State School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad took to Twitter to tell ways on how to check the score, however, it did not work for most of the students.
Statement of Varsha Gaikwad
The recent tweet from Varsha Gaikwad on Maharashtra 10th result 2021 states, “We apologise for the inconvenience caused by the SSC result link being inaccessible due to a technical issue. I have ordered a full inquiry into the incident. Strict action will be taken against all those responsible to ensure that such incidents don't recur.” She further said that an atmosphere of confusion and fear was created between the parents and the students. It was necessary to prepare before this situation. But those arrangements were not made. Therefore, action will be taken against all the responsible persons.
Maharashtra SSC Results 2021
The Maharashtra Board had announced the best result with the highest pass percentage in seven years. The number of students scoring 90+ marks also got over 1 lakh. A record 957 students got full marks or 100% score in SSC result. Among schools, 22,384 schools got 100% results. There are a total of 22767 schools registered with the Maharashtra Board. A total of 1658624 students had registered for the Maharashtra class 10 examination this year.
This year, the class 10th exams were cancelled due to the second wave of COVID-19. Therefore, the result was announced based on the internal evaluation. Students who are not satisfied with their class 10th result of Maharashtra 2021 can appear for a special examination when the situation is conducive.
Maharashtra First-Year Junior College Admission 2021
Ater SSC results, students will have to start applying for the first-year junior college (FYJC) admission 2021. This year, the state government will offer admission to class 11 based on a common entrance test (CET). The exam is expected to be conducted in August, however, the exact date and timetable are yet to be announced.