#Update at 1 pm, June 13, 2017: Maharashtra SSC board result 2017 is now available for all the students. Check SSC Board result, MKCL SSC result 2017 from mahresult.nic.in. The SSC result is also available at sscresult.mkcl.org now. Enter the SSC seat number and mother’s name to access SSC board result 2017.
As per reports, SSC result 2017 has been announced by MSBSHSE today. However, Maharashtra board SSC result 2017 online declaration will be done at 1 pm at mkcl website and mahresult.nic.in. Students can check MKCL ssc result 2017 from sscresult.mkcl.org from 1 pm onward.
Apart from Maharashtra education board, Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (MKCL) will also publish the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) result 2017 at it’s portal www.mkcl.org for the students. MKCL SSC result 2017 publication at www.mkcl.org 2017 will take place at 1 pm. SSC result 2017 MKCL will be available after 1 pm as noted officially.
MKCL has already set up the URL and the link will be activated after 1 PM. Maharashtra MKCL SSC result 2017 link to check is sscresult.mkcl.org 2017. There are two websites where students can officially check their SSC result 2017: www.mahresult.nic.in & www.mkcl.org.
Maharashtra Board is going to declare SSC result 2017 at 1 pm today (June 13, 2017). SSC result 2017 date was confirmed earlier today when the official website displayed the notice saying “SSC result 2017 to be announced on 13 June at 1 PM.”
Maharashtra education board had conducted the SSC (10th standard) examinations from March 7th to March 29th, 2017. Reportedly, 17.66 lakh students had enrolled to take Maharashtra SSC board examinations March 2017 who are current awaiting their SSC result 2017 today. Out of total, 9.89 lakh are boys and 7.76 lakh are girl students. It’s also an increment of over 2% in number of students enrolled in SSC board exams this year.
The countdown has begun and it’s just few minutes when the students will be able to check their MKCL result for SSC board exam 2017. MKCL SSC result 2017 can be checked out at it’s official website result.mkcl.org after entering a student’s roll number, date of birth or parent’s name details (as required at the time of login). Since the official website (www.mahresult.nic.in) remains down for some time at the time of result declaration (we’ve witnessed that during HSC result), students have the option to check their SSC Maharashtra board result 2017 at mkcl.org online.
The state board will be looking at the pass percentage whether it goes up or down. In 2016, MSBSHSE had said that pass percentage recorded overall was 89.56% and girls had outdone boys. Trend is likely to follow in 2017 too. Pass percentage recorded in SSC board exams in 2015 was 91.46%. Expect pass percentage this year to be around 90%. A full analysis will be up once results are declared.