Maharashtra 10th Results 2019


Maharashtra 10th Results 2019

Students who appeared for the Maharashtra Board SSC Examination 2019 will be able to check the exam results on the official website which is to be published via the online mode. In 2017, the results were announced on June 13 and this year it is expected to be declared by the board in the month of June. The Maharashtra SSC Exam 2019 has commenced from March 1 and is scheduled till March 24 2019. Students can regularly check the legit website @ www.mahresults.nic.in for the latest updates for the exact date of result announcement. Qualifying students will be eligible for admission into the higher secondary level.

About Maharashtra Board

“The Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education” is also known as MSBSHSE. The Board was established in 1966 under the Maharashtra Secondary Boards Act 1965to impart education and learning to the highest standards. Several government and private schools are affiliated with the MSBSHSE. The Board, headquartered in Pune is responsible for conducting examinations, release of syllabus and schedules, result announcement etc.

How to check Maharashtra SSLC Examination 2019 Results

Students can follow the below mentioned guidelines to check the Maharashtra SSC Result 2019.
-          Navigate and visit the legit website link of the Board @www.mahresults.nic.
-          Click on the link which will open the results page on the screen
-          Fill in all details as required such as roll number, name, etc.
-          Subsequently click on “View Result” button to view the result
-          Once the result is displayed on the screen, view it and obtain a hardcopy of the same for all future references.

Result: Previous Year Statistics

Lakhs of students undertake the State level Class 10 Board Exams each year. Here is a glimpse of the previous year’s result statistics indicating the number of students appeared, qualified and the overall pass percentage.
Year
Students Appeared
Students Qualified
Passing %
Boys Passing%
Girls Passing%
2014
16,91,790
14,94,188
88.32
86.47
90.55
2015
17,30,000
15,82,258
91.46
90.18
92.94
2016
17,27,496
15,47,145
89.56
87.98
91.49
2017
17,57,140
15,06,486
85.73
86.51
91.46

Previous year records of Maharashtra Class 10th Board Exam indicate that the total number of students appearing each year has been increasing every year. As per the details pass percentage has been showing a positive trend and this year too an inclination in the pass percentage can be estimated in the Maharashtra SSC 2019 results.

 Points to be remembered

Announcement of exam results bring much stir a great deal of excitement and anxiety among the student community. In this scenario while candidates are anxious to find out the status of their performance in the examination, there are a few things that students should keep in mind regarding the 10th Board Exam results.
-         Once the results are viewed online, students should take a printout of the downloaded result and secure it for all furture use.
-         The registration number should be secured till the time of checking online results as this is essential to access the online results
-         Results are vital documents required for an admission into the next class; so students must retain it safely once obtained from the Board
-         It is advisable that students verify all details printed on the result sheet such as enrolment number, name, date of birth, mother’s name etc.
-         Candidates must collect their original marksheet from the respective school on a later date as announced by the school. Marksheetscan usually be collected after a month of online result publication.

What to do after 10th Board Exams

Students face the question of what’s next once they’ve successfully cleared their SSLC 2019 Exams. Choosing the right course of study or training after completing 10th Board exams is an essential step towards shaping the candidate’s future. After completing their Class 10 Boards, students attend educational fairs and career counselling seminars to guide them through the following course of action. Such avenues provide updated information on numerous courses and institutes where candidates can pursue their studies or training after Class 10 Board exams. It’s best to always consult parents and discuss the available options before taking a step forward.
Making an appropriate choice of the stream of further studies for plus two level is based on the marks/grades and aptitude of individual students. The following choice of streams is available at the Higher Secondary level:
-          Science Stream (Maths/Biology/Computer/Bio-Maths)
-          Commerce Stream
-          Arts/Humanities Streams
The courses and subjects on offer could vary from State to State and students need to stay updated with the same. In addition to pursuing plus two education, students can also select from alternative options as available.
-          Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and Industrial Training Centres(ITCs) has several interesting course that impart skill based learning necessary for any specific trade. These include a range of skills including Electrician, Plumber, Mechanist, etc. The course duration could vary from trade to trade depending on its nature and skill level. Once the candidates qualify the entry test, they have the option of undergoing practical training in the respective industry. The National Council for Vocational Training provides a National Trade Certificate (NTC) to all those who qualify the All India Trade Test. On qualifying the AITT, candidates can apply for listed jobs across the Government sector.
-          National Defence forces: Students who’ve completed the SSLC 2019 can grab the opportunity of serving the nation by applying to the Indian Army or Indian Navy services for various posts as per eligibility.
-          Those interested in the field of teaching can register for training in diploma programmes conducted by the Department of Primary Education across various States for Nursery and Pre-Primary level. Concerned candidates can appear for the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) which conducts examination to recruit personnel to the clerks grade. Meritorious candidates who have passed their SSLC 2019 can apply to the respective courses based on their eligibilty.
-          Police Force: Students can also apply to various posts advertised by the Police Force at the entry level. The selection of candidates in the CRPF is based on written and physical test. Candidates who qualify the exam at each level can join as Constables in the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).
-          There are a host of short term courses available across industries such as in the fashion industry, IT industry and in the field of animation and web designing. Students can also enrol into any school leaving certificate programme after completing their SSLC 2019 examination.




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