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Mahresult.nic.in SSC Results 2015 Maharashtra Board, Class 10th X Exam Results 2015 declared

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Nearly 17 lakh students across all nine divisions coming under the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education wrote the examinations.

The wait of the students is finally over as Maharashtra Board’s SSC exam is out today. The MSBSHSE SSC 10th X Class Exam Results 2015 was declared at 1 pm.

The students had appeared for the exam in the month of March. Nearly 17 lakh students across all nine divisions coming under the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education wrote the examinations. Established in 1965, the board is responsible for conducting exams, preparing detailed syllabus, approving and sanctioning books and performance observation of divisions.

To check their results, students can go to the Board’s official websites which are mahresult.nic.in and mahahsscboard.maharashtra.gov.in.

The candidates must enter their hall ticket number and date of birth in order to access the page. But the website is only for reference. Students will have to collect the official mark-sheets. The board has said that it will be given out on June 15, 3 pm onwards, at the students’ respective schools.

Students can check their scores via their mobile phones too.

Following are the details –

BSNL (Maharashtra circle) – mhssc seat no to 57766

All circles: BSNL, Idea, Aircel, Uninor, Reliance, Vodafone – MH10seat no to 58888111

Airtel users: MH10 seat no to 5207011

Airtel, Aircel and Vodafone users can receive the result via SMS if they dial *588#

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