The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) is preparing to declare Maharashtra SSC and HSC Result 2020 soon.
The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Education (MSBSHE) is preparing to declare Maharashtra SSC and HSC Result 2020 in the near future. The board has delayed the results of grades 10 and 12 due to the increase in coronavirus cases in the state and lock.
However, at this time, there is no official update on when MSBSHSE will announce the results of the SSC and HSC 2020 exams. An official from the state’s education department said they would likely be announced by the first week of July 2020, as the lockdown will continue until June 30.
To check Maharashtra Board SSC Result 2020 or HSC Result, students should go to the official website mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in. On the website home page, students will need to click on their class link, then enter their role number, mother’s name, etc. and connect. Finally, the students should click on the Show Result button, after which they can check the result.
However, Maharashtra is the most affected coronovirus state in India. The table usually declares the results in May-June, but due to the lockdown, evaluation of response scripts cannot be completed on time. Last year, the board declared the Maharashtra HSC result on May 28, while the SSC exam result was released on June 8.
The Ministry of Education initially planned to allow teachers to take the answer sheets home for evaluation. However, there is currently no way to send response scripts to candidates, therefore, work will not resume until after the lockdown is complete.
Maharashtra SSC canceled the paper for geography, it was decided that students will pass based on grades obtained in five other subjects. On March 23, 17 lakh students were scheduled to sit for the Geography journal, which was canceled by MSBSHSE due to the increase in coronavirus cases in the state. The council has also canceled vocational examinations, which are organized for children with special needs. Therefore, the same average score rule will apply to canceled commercial papers.
This year, 13 lakh students appeared for the HSC exam and 17 lakh students appeared for the SSC exam. To be declared eligible, students must achieve 35 percent in each subject for the SSC and HSC exams. Once the result is declared, those who pass the exam will receive the original score sheet which must be collected by students in their respective schools.