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Maharashtra SSC Result 2023 Declared - Get all the details here

The Class 10 results for the Maharashtra Board were declared today, 2nd June, at 11 am. Students can check their scorecards on the official Maharashtra Examination Result website starting at 1 pm. They can also get their results via SMS or check them on the Digilocker app and website.

The Maharashtra State Board examinations for class 10 were conducted in the month of March from the 2nd to the 25th across the state. Over 15 lakh students appeared for the exam this year, of which 14.34 lakh have passed.

Last year, the overall pass percentage was 96.94%, which indicates a slight 3.11% decrease in this year’s results. In 2022, girls scored better than boys at 97.96%, while the latter scored 96.06%. Konkan division scored the highest pass percentage in 2022 with 99.27%, and Nashik the lowest with 95.9%.

Registration for the Central Admission Process for Class 11 will be online on the 11th Admission Portal. The dates will be announced soon.

Key Highlights

  • Overall pass percentage at 93.83%.
  • Out of approximately 14 lakh students, 4.89 lakh students have scored distinction with 75% and above marks.
  • 5.26 lakh students recorded first division, 3.34 lakh students recorded second, and 85,298 students scored third division this year.
  • Girls outshine boys with an overall pass percentage of 95.87%, while boys scored a 92.05 pass percentage.
  • A total of 23,013 schools were a part of the examination. Out of them, 6,844 schools have recorded an impressive 100% result.
  • The Konkan division has scored the highest pass percentage this year as well, at 98.11%. Nagpur has ranked the lowest at 92.05%. Mumbai scored 93.66%.

How to Check the Result?

Students can check their results on the official websites, including the Maharashtra results, the MSBSHSE SSC result and the MKCL results websites. They can further get their scores via SMS. The Digilocker website and app are another way students can get their entire scorecard.

Here is how students can check their results:

1. On the Website

  • Visit any of the above-mentioned official websites.
  • Click on the link given for Maharashtra SSC result 2023.
  • Enter your roll number and mother’s first name in the respective slots.
  • Click on ‘View Result’
  • The result should now be visible on the computer screen.
  • Check your scores and download the result for future reference.

2. Via SMS

Students can check their scores via SMS. Type MHSSC, add a space, write the seat number, and send it to 57766.

JR College Admission: Process, Timeline and Cut Off

The Maharashtra First-Year Junior Colleges (FYJC) registration for part 1, form filling and verification, started on 25th May 2023.

Admission Process

The admission process for FYJC starts with the application submission, denoted as Part 1. The procedure includes the following:

  • Students must first refill up the registration form by entering the necessary details.
  • Once submitted, the login ID and form number will be shown on the screen and sent to the registered mobile number.
  • Important information will appear on the screen, which should be printed for future reference.
  • Click on ‘Proceed to Log In’, then log in to your dashboard.
  • After completing the application form, you should upload the relevant documents as mentioned on the website and pay the registration fee.
  • After fee payment, lock the application form.

The selection of the colleges is called Part 2. The selection procedure is mentioned below:

  • Visit the official registration website and click on the region of choice.
  • On the respective region page, you need to log in.
  • A new registration form will pop up, which you must fill out and submit, complete with all the necessary details, such as stream, college, and hostel information.
  • Next, upload relevant documents.
  • The class 10 marks will be retrieved automatically by the website for Maharashtra board students when filling up the Part 2 form. Students from other boards must enter their marks manually.
  • Students can choose from 1 to 10 junior colleges in the order of preference.
  • Finally, review and submit the form.

Following this, the four rounds of admission will take place in the month of August.

Timeline of Admission

Admission Process

Tentative Date

  1. CAP seat preference filling
  2. Quota seat choice filling

July 2023

Announcement of General merit list

July 2023

Preparation of merit list

August 2023

  1. Announcement of junior college allocation list for this round
  2. Junior college information to display on the student dashboard.
  3. Announcement of the students allotted to junior college.
  4. Announcement of students' round cut-off via SMS.

August 2023

  1. Admission confirmation for chosen college
  2. Fresh student registration and part 1 filling for the next cycle starts.

August 2023

Colleges upload the list of admitted students

August 2023

Display of vacancy for round 2 - regular

August 2023

Round 2

August: first week to third week

Round 3

August: third week to last week

Round 4

August: last week to September - first week

Cut Off

The cut-off percentage for the year 2022 can be found on the 11th Admission website by clicking on the respective regions.

Courses to Consider After Class 10

There are 4 main streams that students need to choose from after class 10, depending on the career they want to pursue. Arts, Science, Commerce and HSVC. There are a range of career options that a student can choose after admission in any one of the streams depending on their specialisation, aptitude, interests and goals.

If you want a detailed understanding of the stream best for you, you can watch the highly informative Career Guidance Webinar by TopperLearning.

  • Career Options for Science

Students of science usually opt for a course in STEM. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Common courses include B.Tech, MBBS, B.Arch, B.Sc or BCA. After completing these degrees, you can become a doctor, an engineer in any field, an architect, or a researcher in the field of science.

  • Career Options for Commerce

Commerce is an attractive stream for those who are extremely interested in the economy, business world and finances. You must have heard that CA, CS, B.Com and BBA are some of the most common courses commerce students opt for. Commerce is an extremely rewarding field that allows you to work with numbers, accounting and finances, promising good professional growth.

  • Career Options for Arts

Arts is a stream that is chosen by people who want to study and specialise in a specific subject such as political science, geography, English and so on. Arts also open the door to the fashion world via fashion design. Psychology, media, hotel management, and journalism are among some of the more popular fields that students branch out to after the arts.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Q 1. What is the minimum pass percentage for Maharashtra Board class 10?

Ans: Students need to score a minimum of 35% marks in the SSC exam to pass. However, it has been decided if students have scored 20% and above, they will also pass.

Q 2. How many rounds does FYJC 2023 have?

Ans: FYJC 2023 will have 4 rounds of admission for interested students.

Q 3. How much percentage is required to take science in 11th in Mumbai?

Ans: The basic cut-off is 60% in SSC for admission in the Science stream in class 11. However, each junior college has its own cut-off percentage, which is released after the merit list is announced for FYJC admission.


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