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Maharashtra SSC Result 2022 will be announced on June 17, 2022 for the examination conducted from March 15 to April 04, 2022. The result will be announced via online mode on the board’s official website, www.mahahsscboard.in. Along with the result, the merit list and the toppers list will also be released. The division-wise list of Maharashtra SSC Result 2022 will be provided by the board. Last year, Konkan Division had topped the Maharashtra Results with a 100% passing percentage.
In about a month after the results, Maharashtra Board 10th Marksheets 2022 will be distributed to the students through their respective schools.
Maharashtra SSC Result 2022 Highlights
Read below to check the major highlights and statistics of Maharashtra SSC Result 2022:
Total Number of Registered Students
Total Number of Students that Appeared
Total Number of Qualified Students
Number of Qualified Girls Students
Number of Qualified Boys Students
Number of Students who Secured First Division
Number of Students who Secured Second Division
Number of Students who Secured Third Division
Overall Pass Percentage
Maharashtra SSC Result 2022: Division-Wise Pass Percentage
The division-wise passing percentage for Maharashtra 10th Result 2022 is provided below:
Maharashtra SSC Result Previous Years’ Statistics
For the previous years, Maharashtra Board 10th Statistics are given below:
Overall Pass Percentage
Boys Pass Percentage
Girls Pass Percentage
15, 75, 752
15, 84, 264
16, 77, 267
17, 85, 000
16, 44, 016
16, 01, 406
What After Maharashtra SSC Result 2022?
Students who are unsatisfied with their Mah SSC Results 2022 will be allowed the option to have their papers re-evaluated. Maharashtra Board will open a window where such students can submit their revaluation applications. Students who did not pass the board exam should begin studying for the Maharashtra Board 10th Compartment Exam which will be carried out in August/September 2022 tentatively.
Now that the Class 10 Exam is over, students must choose an academic path to pursue. They can choose diplomas in various fields or give 12th board exams. For this, the Maharashtra Board has established a new platform for First-Year Junior College (FYJC) or Class 11 admissions which is now mandatory in 6 regions.
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