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Maharashtra SSC 10th Result 2022 Out

Maharashtra Class 10 Results has been declared. The overall pass percentage is 96.94 percent. The MSBSHSE Class 10 results link is now available below.

This year the SSC examination in the state was conducted from March 15 to April 4, 2022. The examination was conducted in two shifts- first shift was conducted from 10.30 am to 12.45 pm and second shift was conducted from 3 pm to 5.15 pm. Around 20 lakh candidates have appeared for the examination this year for Class 10.

The result date and time was confirmed by School Education Minister of Maharashtra, Varsha Gaikwad in her official Twitter handle.


Students will be able to check SSC or class 10 by entering the registration details in the login window. The results will include the marks secured by the students in subjects along with their qualifying status in the examinations. The Maharashtra SSC exam 2022 was conducted from March 15 to April 4.

The SSC exam was held between March 15 and April 4. After a gap of one year, the MSBSHSE SSC exam was conducted in a traditional pen-paper format this year. This year, 16.38 lakh students registered for their class 10 exam, which included 8,89,506 boys and 7,49,458 girls. In the Mumbai division alone, 37,3840 students registered for it. MSBSHSE has last week released the HSC exam result.

Maharashtra 10th Results 2022: How to check result via Digilocker


Visit the DigiLocker website-

Click on sign up available on the home page.

Login using your credentials.


Under the ‘education’ category, choose MSBSHSE

Click on Maharashtra SSC exam result 2022 category

Enter your Aadhaar card number, and the result will be shown on your screen.


Download the page and keep a hard copy for further need.

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