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Friday June 17, 2011 09:07:15 AM, & Agencies

Malegaon/Mumbai: The Maharashtra Education Board is all set to declare the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) results today afternoon at 01:00 PM.


"The results of the eight boards across the state namely Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Amravati, Nashik and Latur would be declared on 17th June at around 1 pm", the Maharashtra state board said in a statement on its website.


The result declaration today would end the long wait by more than 3.5 lakh students who appeared for the class 10 exams in February/March 2011.


Though the results would be declared today the mark sheets to the students would be given only on June 27.

The results would be available on the following websites:


The results are also available on mobile phones via SMS.

The Board has also announced to adopt the Best-Five policy to display the results on the mark sheets. The marks of 6th subject would also be available on the mark sheet to make the students aware of their performance.


The official statement also stated that the Board would follow the rules laid last year as there would be no list of toppers. The list of subject wise toppers, however, would be published once all the schools collect their respective results which would be almost after 10 days from the declaration of result.


Students who wish to apply for the revaluation shall submit a written application along with the copy of the school issued marksheet on or before 7th July.


It has also been made public that admission process to the Junior colleges and online form submission would begin from June 18 - a day after the SSC results are declared. Complete admission schedule with the dates of each of the college merit lists and the payment details are likely to be released in a day or two.




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