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SSC results tomorrow, the earliest in 10 years

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 - 6:03pm IST | Place: Pune | Agency: DNA
After facing continuous pressure, the board, for the first time in several years, will declare the results on its website as early as June 13.

For the first time in several years, the state examination board will declare the secondary school certificate (SSC) examination results on its website as early as June 13.

The results will be made available on the board’s website, www.msbshse.ac.in at 1 pm on Wednesday.

The examination conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) in March saw 17,11,214 students appearing for it.

While talking to the media on Monday, board chairman Sarjerao Jadhav said, “There was continuous pressure on the board to declare the results early so that the admissions for standard XI can begin early. Other boards declare their results by May end. However, there is a difference in the number of students appearing for exams under our board and other boards, thus there would be a delay in the results.”

Students can get their results on http://mahresult.nic.in, www.msbshse.ac.in, www.mh-ssc.ac.in, www.sscresult.MKCL, www.exametc.com, www.results.bharatstudent.com and www.rediff.com/exams.

Students can take the printout of their results, which will be valid for taking provisional admission in junior colleges. For availing of the results over SMS on BSNL mobile Maharashtra Circle (type MHSSC and send to 57766), on Rediff.com India Ltd Maharashtra and Mumbai Circle (type MSSC and send it to 573335000), on Airtel (Innova) Maharashtra and Mumbai Circle (type MSSC and send it to 55077) and on Innova Mumbai Circle (type MSSC and send it to 8800654242).

He said, “Students will get their mark sheets on June 22 at their respective schools. They can apply for mark verification on or before July 2 after receiving the original mark sheets from the board. The application for verification sent on basis of online printout will be invalid.”

Similarly, students who want to fill in forms for repeaters examination can do so by July 2.

Late submissions should reach respective schools by July 6 with a late fee.  Students, who want to apply for class improvement scheme, can do so by reappearing in the October examination. They will get the photocopies of their answer sheets, Jadhav added.

They will have to pay Rs400 per paper and will have to apply on or before June 28.




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