SSC Finally Declared on 29th July

State Board Exam Results to Remain Affected Amid Lockdown 4.0

A big news there for the SSC Students in the city and the state who have been waiting to catch their results for the board exams. As per reports the state board has finally embarked with the result today on 29th July confirmed the news of the local newspaper The Hitavada Cityline. With almost all the boards having declared the results, the SSC students were eager to see their reports as well, which was supposed to come this month. Now, their wait seems to be over as the Secondary School Certificate examinations have been declared by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education.

The MSBSHSE has announced this Tuesday that they will be declaring the results on 29th July and hence as promised they had declared the same sharp at 1 pm at their website. However, the students will get their marksheets later, while the date of the result has been only announced by the board. We know that its the body called MSBSHSE, which conducts the HSC and SSC examinations in the state in the various divisional boards located at the nine places in the state.

These include Nagpur, Pune, Mumbai, Amravati, Nashik, Aurangabad, Ratanagiri, Kolhapur, and Latur. The board conducts both the HSC and SSC exams twice a year. This year in summers, the total number of students who appeared in the SSC exam include 1,87,797, who were seen appearing in 692 centres in Nagpur division. While the State Board had deployed at these centers around 50 flying squads in order to avoid incidents of unfair means. Some of these squads were specially deployed at the centres.

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