Maharashtra HSC result 2020: Board likely to declare class 10th result by June-end, check @mahresults.nic.in
- The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is expected to declare the class 10th result by the end of June.
- The state board examinations for class 10th were held between March 3 to March 23, 2020.
- This year, nearly 17 lakh students appeared for the class 10th board exams.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education is expected to declare the class 10th result by the end of June, according to media reports.
The examination was conducted around March. The state board examinations for class 10th were held between March 3 to March 23, 2020.
This year, nearly 17 lakh students appeared for the class 10th board exams. Last year, the result was announced in April and nearly 75% students cleared the examination.
Earlier, the state board was expected to declare the class 10th board results on June 10 — after which the state education minister Varsha Gaikwad signalled a delay in the declaration of the result.
However, due to the coronavirus lockdown, the evaluation process was delayed. This may also be because of the sudden surge in the number of infections in Maharashtra. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID cases in the state stood at 113,445, as on June 17.
Once declared, the students can check their scores on the board’s official website maharesults.nic.in.
Here’s how to check score:
- Visit the official website mahresults.nic.in
- Click on the result link —
HSC Result 2020.
- Fill in your roll number, other details and click submit.
- Download the result for future reference.
Popular on BI
- Jewellery brands deck up in hope of bumper festive sales ahead
- Xiaomi is worried that investigations in India might affect it cash flows, operating results
- Delhi and Kolkata are the two most polluted cities in the world: Report
- There is a yawning gap between the confidence of consumers and businesses
- TikTok’s in-app browser on iOS includes code that can monitor your keystrokes and taps